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Here's a look at this week's Top 7:
- UPDATE: NYS Police: Teens Involved in Fatal Parkway Crash: Four teenagers were killed in a fatal crash Monday morning on the Southern State Parkway in West Hempstead. The lone survivor, 17, was driving with a learner's permit and was injured, but released from the hospital Tuesday night. Toxicology results are pending. Click here for the latest story.
- : Nassau County Police are investigating gunfire in Lakeview after bullets struck a residence, five vehicles and a fence on Ostego Road Monday evening.
- Malverne Commuters Want Old Morning Train Back: The results of a survey conducted by the village of Malverne revealed that commuters want the Long Island Railroad to restore a popular moring train that was cut three years ago. Click on the headline for details.
- : The Lynbrook Police arrested four people in early October for Kidnapping, Robbery, Attempted Robbery and Weapon Possession and also received a report of a suspect flashing young girls in the neighborhood. Click on the link above to read the fully police blotter.
- : The Malverne school board approved the district's state-manded performance review plans for its faculty, but the tentative agreement still must be approved by the teachers union. (Meanwhile, the Lynbrook School Board included a presentation on its new, faculty evaluation system at its October monthly meeting. Click on the following link for the story:)
- Dangerous West Hempstead Intersection Injures 3: Three people were injured this week in a collision at a West Hempstead interection that's notorious for being the site of accidents, including a fatality.
- Your School Tax Bill Explained: Did your school taxes rise at a rate much higher than the tax levy voters approved in May? Click here to learn more about the factors behind your tax bill.
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