Busy week? No worries. Patch highlighted the top stories of the week so you can catch up on all of the local news. This week, the top stories are:
Pop recording star Carly Rae Jepsen has found romance in an up-and-coming musician who has Seaford roots.
The 26-year old Jepsen, known mainly for her smash hit song “Call Me Maybe”, has been in a relationship for more than a year with Matthew Koma, sources told People magazine last week. The 25-year old Koma, a graduate, recently released a new EP entitled "Parachute" and opened for the electropop duo LMFAO on their tour this summer.
The in Wantagh was robbed late Tuesday night and Nassau County detectives are trying to determine who was responsible for the crime.
According to detectives, a 19-year-old female victim was working at the Carvel located on 3245 Merrick Road when a white male walked into the store at around 10:40 p.m. with his shirt pulled up over the bottom half of his face. He then began yelling and demanded she hand over the store’s money, police said. The victim complied with the man’s demands before he fled on foot in an unknown direction with an unknown amount of money.
After initially planning to put two propositions on the ballot for an upcoming Oct. 16 referendum vote in Seaford, the school board has decided to just leave one issue for voters to decide.
The Seaford school board on Oct. 16 where residents will decide whether to approve a at the former Seaford Avenue School property. At that same meeting, the trustee also indicated plans to add a proposition to the Oct. 16 ballot to address plans to construct a long-stalled access road project at . However, at a special board meeting held Tuesday morning, the trustees decided after a lengthy discussion to only include the Seaford Avenue School proposal in the Oct. 16 referendum and hold the access road vote on a separate occasion.