Dec. 6: Bank Targeted Twice, Policy Meeting, Lighting Videos and More

A look at the top stories for this Tuesday in Malverne and West Hempstead.

So are you in the holiday spirit yet?

No? Well, watch our coverage of the Malverne and West Hempstead holiday lightings and we bet you'll be whistling a holiday tune in no time. And if that doesn't work you can always pop in your favorite holiday film, but be sure to tell us what that is. (See below.)

It seems, however, that some are more concerned with taking than giving this time of year, as a local bank was targeted by a robber yet again.

Learn more about these stories in our look at the top headlines for Dec. 6.

  1. W.H. Bank Targeted Again: See which West Hempstead bank was nearly robbed for the second time in the span of a month Monday.
  2. Holiday Lightings: Check out Patch's video reports from the and holiday lightings held this weekend. Later today we'll have photos from the Malverne Historical Society's Holiday Gala and look for more coverage of the fun, seasonal festivities that took place this Saturday and Sunday throughout the week. We'll even have some Santa sightings!
  3. Policy Meeting: The West Hempstead Board of Education will hold a policy meeting tonight in the Chestnut Street board room at 7:30 p.m. They will be discussing policies pertaining to volunteers, special education, use of facilities, school board member ethics, capitalization, extra classroom activity funds, and formulation of policies.
  4. Lakeview F.D. Takes Top Award: The Lakeview Volunteer Fire Departments bested others throughout Nassau County to take home this award. Find out more later today.
  5. Merry Movies: How do you know the holiday season is here? You can't flip through the T.V. channels without seeing Will Ferrell in an elf suit, a kid whining over a BB gun or a little girl tugging on Santa's beard. Today on Patch we want to know which classic film puts you in the holiday spirit. Vote in our poll here.


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