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Freeport firefighter Kenny Madera moved the hot dogs to the cool side of the grill once they were nicely browned and covered in grill marks on Aug. 7, during the 35th anniversary of National Night … more
Potholes are a hot topic among Freeport Facebook groups. In recent weeks, Freeporters have not just taken their rants online, but also reported their complaints with the village Department of Public … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com The 7th annual Long Beach International Film Festival returned to Long Beach Aug. 1 to 4, featuring film premieres, fundraisers and culinary events that … more
The second phase of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ coastal protection project hit a delay last week as a result of rough weather and a broken dredge, Project Manager Dan Falt said on Tuesday. … more
The board of trustees for Lynbrook and East Rockaway each voted last month to join Freeport Mayor Robert Kennedy’s lawsuit alleging the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County do not provide villages with a fair share of sales-tax reimbursement. more
New York American Water announced on Monday that South Shore customers’ high water bills are the result of a recently approved conservation rate coupled with increased summer usage. more
The New York State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced on Friday that her department had made errors in calculating Title II A disbursements in 2017-18 amounting to more than $12 million. The errors resulted in overpayments to 275 charter schools and underpayments to some 677 school districts and 10 special act schools statewide. Three Suffolk County school districts also received overpayments. more
Rockville Centre’s Board of Trustees on July 19 voted to join the Village of Freeport’s claims and litigation against the state, the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County to collect the village’s “fair share” of sales tax revenue. more
Twelve-year Island Park resident Catherine Hall said the problem started when a New York American Water employee came unannounced to install a replacement water meter at her house early in July. At … more
For the third time in recent months, Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen tried to open discussion on Tuesday on how the Town Board should fill vacancies when seats open up outside the election season, and for a third — and possibly final — time, Republican members blocked discussion on the subject. more
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