Busy week? No worries. Every Sunday, Patch highlights the top seven stories of the week so you can catch up on all of the big local news. This week, the top stories are:
- : Nassau County Police say they have caught the man allegedly responsible for an attempted homicide committed in Lakeview in early June and his accomplice. Click on the link to the story.
- : Malverne school district officials announced Tuesday that although the renovations of Maurice W. Downing Primary School and Davison Avenue Intermediate School will not be complete when classes start next month, the buildings will be functional. Click on the link above to see how the delays could impact students. To find out what else was discussed at the August Malverne Board of Education, read our recap .
- : Cops are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven store in West Hempstead using a knife to threaten two employees. Click on the link to for details.
- : Remember the man who lost his leg last month when while crossing Sunrise Highway in his wheelchair? Click to find out how he's doing and learn about the heroes who saved his life.
- : Nassau Land Trust, the non-profit tapped by Nassau County to run the five acre farm it purchased and perserved in Malverne put out an urgent call for donations this week to cover its operating expanses. Click for the story and learn how you can donate.
- : Malverne's recently revived community theatre company, relaunched by Malverne High School graduate and Lynbrook resident Dave Coonan, held its first fundraiser this past week. Click to see the photos, find out how much they raised and learn how you can become a supporter.
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