Weekly Recap: Rejected Bid for Six School, Synagogue Burglaries

In case you missed them, here are our top stories of the week.

Here are this pas week's most read stories on Five Towns Patch:


Five Towners will soon have another option to remove unwanted body hair with the opening of European Wax Center’s new location in Lawrence’s Bay Harbour Mall.

4. DA: Atlantic Beach Woman Stole $250K From Her Boss

An Atlantic Beach woman was arrested last Thursday and charged with allegedly stealing more than $250,000 from the architect she worked for, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice announced.


The lawyer for Simone Development Companies, whose $12.5 million for Number Six School was accepted by the Lawrence School Board, vowed that the developer’s proposed facility “won’t be a burden to the community.”

2. Teens Charged in 2012 Burglary of Cedarhurst Synagogue

Two teens have been charged in connection with the August 2012 buglary of Congregation Shaara Emunah in Cedarhurst.

1. Highest Bid for No. 6 School Turned Down by Board Committee

A higher bid for Number Six School than the winning offer from a medical developer was turned down because it “was not something anyone wanted to see,” according a member of the Lawrence School Board.


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