Week in Review: Nov. 19-25

This week's top stories on Northport Patch.

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Update: East Northport Teen Missing: Parents of a run-away East Northport teen are seeking the public's help in determining his whereabouts.

Black Friday Booms at Best Buy: As 2012 draws to a close, Big Box stores like Best Buy are struggling to sculpt a business concept that takes into consideration competition from online purchasing options and the right size for their retail outlets.

Northport BOE OKs Drug Sweeps: The Northport-East Northport Board of Education approved the use of Suffolk County Police narcotic detection dogs for drug sweeps of school lockers at Monday's BOE meeting. Trustee David Badanes voted against the program.

Glenn Girls Volleyball Takes Sixth State Title: They've done it again. For the second straight year, the Elwood-John Glenn girls volleyball team are State Class B champs.

Northport Seeking Permission to Override Tax Cap: A public hearing on a proposal to override Cuomo's two percent tax cap will be rescheduled, the Northport Village Clerk announced Tuesday.

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