Here are this past week's most read stories on Five Towns Patch:
5. Inwood Residents Admit to Roles in Theft of School Records
Mary and Ann Miller, the mother and sister of the Inwood man accused of drugging and having sex with his teenage employee and then plotting to kill him, pleaded guilty to the charges against them.
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3. Update: Man Struck by Train at Lawrence LIRR Station
A Brooklyn-bound train struck an unidentified man last Saturday night as it was approaching the Lawrence train station, according to an MTA spokesperson.
2. Woodmere Assistant Chief Rescues Man from Debris-Filled Apartment
A Woodmere Fire Department assistant chief made his way through two to three feet of debris Saturday to rescue an elderly man from his burning apartment, according to the chief of the department.
1. Skeptical Residents: Medical Center Doesn't Belong at No. 6 School
Skeptical residents told Simone and Mount Sinai representatives that the 60-doctor medical practice proposed at Number Six School does not belong in a residential area, despite the representatives’ claims that the facility would blend in with the community, not create a lot of extra traffic and employ local doctors.