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WEEKLY RECAP: WH School Cited for Health Violation, Dogfighting Arrest and Diner Fire

Hector Hernandez, 26. Credit: Nassau County District Attorney's Office
Hector Hernandez, 26. Credit: Nassau County District Attorney's Office
In case you missed them, here are this week's top stories on Malverne-West Hempstead-Lynbrook Patch.

#3 Malverne Ranked as No. 8 'Safest Place' in New York
Malverne has been ranked as the eighth safest place to live in New York, according to the real estate site, Movoto. 

#2 West Hempstead Man Arrested and Charged in Dogfighting Case A West Hempstead man was arrested Thursday on dogfighting charges. On Thursday, investigators arrived at Hernandez's residence on Pinebrook Avenue in West Hempstead discovered eight pit-bull dogs caged and housed in a multi-room shed on the property, according to the DA's office. 

#1 Health Inspectors Cite West Hempstead School, Lynbrook Restaurant for Violations -  H
ealth inspectors cited a West Hempstead elementary school, a West Hempstead restaurant, three Lynbrook restaurants, a Lynbrook deli and an East Rockaway take-out restaurant for “critical violations” during the most recent recorded inspection

VIDEO: Fire Breaks out at Lynbrook Diner Emergency responders responded to fire in the ceiling of the Lynbrook Diner Monday night. The diner remains close following the fire. 

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