Hello, people from Five cities! It’s me again, Jacqueline Sweet, your host for Five Towns Daily.
Drivers who pass a stopped school bus will soon be subject to penalties using Nassau County school bus cameras. A woman in Elmont has a sink hole in his front yard and, she says, no help fixing it. People get started help workers at two Long Beach businesses destroyed in a fire in May.
First, the weather forecast for the day: Wet and partly cloudy all day with a high of 86 degrees.
Here are today’s top stories in Five Towns:
- Nassau County approved three measures to install school bus cameras to record drivers passing stopped buses. After a warning period, the fines for overtaking the bus will be $ 250 for the first violation, then $ 275 and $ 300 for the second and third violations within 18 months of the first. (Room)
- News 12 interviews with an Elmont resident who faces a sinkhole in her front yard. The hole is five feet wide and eight feet deep. (News 12)
- Keldy Ortiz reports on efforts to raise funds for employees of two Long Beach businesses destroyed in a fire in May. Sorrento and Abyss Art and Tattoo Studio were both destroyed and Monday’s raffles raised funds for employees of small businesses. (News day)
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- Nassau County officers found and assisted a pit bull in Inwood who needed water, bites and surgery in a local shelter. (Facebook)
- The officers of the 4th Precinct also helped a local resident who locked his keys in his car at the Five Towns Mall.. (Facebook)
- Hewlett-Woodmere Little League Is Always Looking For Enough Girls To Play Softball to bring the program back this fall. (Facebook)
- Preoccupied by who your child is talking to online? Discover this seminar organized by Saving Lives Five Towns Coalition.
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- Lots of boys lacrosse prizes on Long Island this season (details)
Concerts and services:
- The local Ambulette company is hiring drivers (details)
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