Busy week? No worries. Every Sunday, Patch highlights the top six stories of the week so you can catch up on all of the big local news. This week, the top stories are:
- : After fighting for nearly six years to secure a place on the New York State Fallen Firefighters Memorial for its deceased brother, Paul Brady, the won its lawsuit this week. the Supreme Court ruled.
- : A Nassau County Police officer charged with stealing baby food from the Stop & Shop in West Hempstead back in April went before a judge this week. The cop was sentenced to 14 hours of community service and promises the charges against him would be dropped on one condition. for the story and to see what Patch readers had to say about the court's decision.
- It was a bad day for one West Hempstead family. First they had to deal with a power outage, then a fire and then their home was declared inhabitable for other reasons. for the story.
- : A beloved and dedicated former Malverne village official passed away this week. to learn about the contributions he made to Malverne during his life and share your thoughts, memories and condolences.
- : Torrential rain and thunderstorms kept the Lynbrook Volunteer Fire Department very busy this week. to see what kinds of the calls they handled. Plus, reat the Fourth Battalion drill tournament.
- Class of 2012 Graduates: Seniors from Malverne, West Hempstead and Lynbrook high schools graduated this past week. Click on the following links to see photos and more coverage of the commencement ceremonies: