Are you wondering what were the top stories we covered this past month?
Here is a look at the top five news stories on Levittown Patch for February 2013:#5 Two Injured in Hempstead Turnpike Accident
- The car crash sent one person to the hospital and temporarily closed down the street as firefighters pulled the overturned car away from a snow bank and back onto its four tires. #4 Levittown Walmart Scheduled for July Opening -
Hempstead Town Councilman Gary Hudes announced that the first ever Walmart Market on Long Island will open sometime in July. #3 Crimes Nearby: Attempted Bank Robbery, Fires Set in Levittown -
Our weekly crime update of incidents in and around Levittown mentioned an attempted bank robbery in Wantagh and two small fires set at the North Levittown Lanes site.
#2 Levittown Resident Charged With Multiple Robberies -
An armed robbery of a Wantagh convenience store Wednesday night led to the arrest of two men who were later charged with committing numerous other robberies throughout Nassau County in the last few months, including the armed robbery of Gold Buyers in Levittown.
#1 Three Women Arrested at Bethpage Spa for Unauthorized Practice -
Three Queens women were arrested for illegally practicing massage therapy without a license in nearby Bethpage.
Runners Up:Cops Seek Help in Finding CVS Thief McKevitt: Traffic Signs Causing IssuesHempstead Town Seeks Volunteers to Mark Storm Drains
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