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Weekly Recap: Standard Closes, Missing Man

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:

6. Meet the Owner: Cho-Sen Island

Normand Wong’s Cho-Sen Island in Lawrence nears its 20th year in business as one of the only kosher Chinese restaurants in the Five Towns area. 

5. The Five Towns' Most Dangerous Cut-Throughs?

What do you think are some of the most highly used and least appropriate cut through streets in the Five Towns and surrounding area?

4. Woodmere Man Arrested for Menacing in Manhasset

A Woodmere man was arrested on Tuesday after he allegedly drove his car toward a code enforcement officer in Manhasset twice and made death threats at him, according to police.

3. Update: Woodmere Man is Found

A Silver Alert had been issued for Claude Mondesir, of Woodmere.

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 The day before the presidential debate descends upon Hofstra University, both campaigns are calling the debate moderator's role into question, according to TIME.

1. South Shore Standard Ceases Publication

The South Shore Standard, which was the only printed alternative to the Nassau Herald in the Five Towns, ceased publication last Thursday, its owner announced. 

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