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Syosset Week in Review: Feb. 26-March 3

A turn in the kosher caterer debacle, accolades for Syosset athletes, and a morning collision this week in Syosset and Woodbury.

Scott Morrell has filed a $10 million defamation suit against the rabbi, president, and congregation of the Woodbury Jewish Center. Morrell, owner of Morrell Caterers, took the suit against his former client

Evan Kappatos added to his with a recent state championship in wrestling. Kappatos, along with his teammates Eric Faimon, Jared Delin, Dan Choi, was named to the All-County team.
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Sometimes a record is misleading. That was certainly the case with the 2011-2012 Mustangs, according to Head coach John Kiffel.

Kiffel said of his second year on the job. “We were in so many more close games than last year, but never could seem to get the big win. The injury bug cost us a little this year.”

responded to a collision between a Jeep and a Jaguar at 7 a.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Underhill Boulevard and Richmond Street. The force of the crash sent the Jaguar into a retaining wall.

A Medford man has been charged with grand larceny after the Nassau County District Attorney's office said he stole more than $240,000 from a Woodbury healthcare company.

"This is what we're here for," said U.S. Rep. Steve Israel, pointing to a tiny American flag on the back of a newly packaged guitar strap Monday.

"It says 'Made in the USA' when 30 years ago, it would have said 'Made in China.'"

The Huntington Democrat spoke to hundreds employees of the East Farmingdale musical accessories company about what he calls the most commonsensical thing to do regarding the economy: a new bill to bring the jobs back home.

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