Weekly Recap: Home Invasion, No. 6 School

In case you missed it, here are Five Towns Patch's top stories from the past week.

Busy week? No worries. Patch highlighted the top stories of the week so you can catch up on local news. This week, the top stories are:


While Lino Viola recently closed his landmark Italian restaurant, , with a heavy heart, he is optimistic about the future, looking forward to a brand new chapter in his career as a restaurateur.


A Central Avenue apartment building was evacuated last Thursday night after a fire broke out in one of the unit’s kitchens, according to the chief of the .


A Manhattan-based hospital has outbid all other interested parties by $3 million for the Number Six School property in Woodmere, the Nassau Herald reports.


Three men, armed with a handgun, entered a Woodsburgh home last Thursday night, tied up three people inside and stole jewelry and electronics before fleeing in the homeowner’s vehicle, according to police.


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