NEARBY: Dog Found in Massapequa, Stolen UPS Packages in Levittown

Stories making headlines around the local area this week.

Dog Found in South Massapequa, Looking for Owner

Instagram user kerrxx found a dog in South Massapequa and is looking to reunite him with his family. He was found on Beverly Place between Shoreham and Lagoon Boulevard. He is wearing a black harness but does not have a collar. Click here for more.

Stolen UPS Packages Reported in Levittown

I just wanted to bring this to the attention of all Levittown residents, especially those residing in the Island Trees area. I had packages stolen from my house today. Click here for more.

Nassau Detectives Charge Man in Wantagh Crime

Following a two-month investigation, Nassau detectives in Woodbury's second precinct arrested a Lindenhurst man Tuesday in connection with two separate crimes committed in West Islip and Wantagh. Click here for more.

Ovarian Cancer Survivor Fights to Save Women

Ovarian cancer survivor Jill Pall of Merrick is on a mission to raise money for an early detection project to stop women from dying from the disease. With less than 30 days left in its fundraising campaign, Pall continues her effort to help Kicking For The Dream, raise money to fight ovarian cancer. Click here for more.

Bellmore-Merrick CHSD Capital Project Approved

Bellmore and Merrick residents voted to approve the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District's capital project, a $49.6 million bond, which will provide critical infrastructure updates to the district's seven buildings, on Monday. Click here for more.

Farmingdale Student-Athletes to Sign Letters of Intent

Farmingdale High School will host its “College Signing Day” ceremony as 13 male and female student-athletes will sign their scholarship letters of intent on Thursday. The letters ensure the students will continue their academic and athletic careers at prestigious universities across the county. Click here for more.

Celebrating Holiday Season in East Meadow

On Thursday night, locals flocked to Veterans Memorial Park for some carols, a visit from Santa Claus and some overall holiday cheer. Kids waited in line for their chance to meet Jolly Ol' St. Nick just one more time before Christmas arrived, as they made sure he knew what was on their Christmas lists. Click here for more.


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