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:
- : Two teenagers were injured in Lakeview this week when shots were fired from a vehicle on Jefferson Avenue. Click for the story.
- : A senior citizen accidentally stepped on her car's gas pedal while in the parking lot of the CVS on Hempstead Avenue Friday and crashed into the side of the West Hempstead store. Click for the story and photos.
- : The Lynbrook Board of Education swore in its three recently re-elected trustees and appointed its president and vice president for the 2012-2013 school year at Tuesday's annual reorganization meeting. School officials also provided an update on the renovations slated for the district's facilities and the board discussed possibly expanding the high school to include an enhanced performing arts center. Click for the story.
- : Not following the advice of a fellow customer and trusting her gut paid off for one Lynbrook woman who won $1 million playing a scratch-off lotto game. Click for the story.
- : Dr. Michele Reed, a graduate of Malverne High School who resides in Lakeview and is the official physician for the Malverne school district was recently selected to attend a conference at the White House. Click to learn more.
- : The Nassau County Police released a photo this week of a suspect they say was involved in a robbery that occurred at the West Hempstead T-Mobile. They are seeking the public's help in identifying the man. Click for more information.
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