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Master at Arms 2nd Class Blaze D. Nalezinski, 22, died July 11 of a non-combat related injury while stationed in Greece, according to the public affairs office at Naval Support Activity Souda Bay, where Nalezinski was stationed.
The incident is under investigation, officials said Thursday, July 21.
Crews continue to tackle earth-moving, concrete-pouring tasks in first phase of PWHS project
It’s one thing to construct a three-story school building on level ground. It’s quite another to build it into the side of a hill, as is being done during the first phase of the $45.6 million Port Washington Hi...Read more...
Candles flickered in the hands of people of all ages who gathered in Port Washington’s Upper Lake Park Monday to remember Tyler Buczek, the 15-year-old boy who drowned in Lake Michigan after being swept off a sandbar at the city’s north beach a year ago to the day on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012. Tyler, a standout student and gifted athlete who died just two days before he was to start his freshman year at Port Washington High School, had been at the beach with friends enjoying one of the last days of summer vacation. Monday’s vigil was reminiscent of the one held the day after he drowned when hundreds of people joined Tyler’s family in the park in a remarkable display of community mourning and support. Tyler’s friends marked the anniversary by releasing 50 paper sky lanterns in his memory from the north beach Sunday (below).