Freeporters will head to the polls on March 19 to elect two new village trustees. Incumbent Deputy Mayor Martinez will defend his seat, while the other candidates are seeking Trustee William …
Construction of the new Moxey Rigby, a public housing complex owned and operated by the Freeport Housing Authority, is well under way on Merrick Road, just west of the Meadowbrook Parkway.
The rally followed recent legislation proposed by State Assemblywoman Taylor Raynor, a Democrat from Hempstead, and Sen. John Brooks, a Democrat from Seaford, that would end an eight-year feud between the Village of Freeport and Cedarmore Corporation.
Students from Caroline G. Atkinson Intermediate, J.W. Dodd Middle and Freeport High School cheered as a group of their peers from FHS appeared on stage to accept a first-place trophy at the 40th …
The Village of Freeport appears poised to reclaim the National Guard Armory on Babylon Turnpike, which would settle an eight-year tug-of-war with the nonprofit Cedarmore Corporation.
The hidden fat in fast food meals has prompted a group of Freeporters to find healthier alternatives on March 6, at the Freeport Memorial Library’s Eat Smart New York event, which helps families …
Their eyes were glued to their screens while they inputted numbers from one to 100 into their computers on March 4 at the Freeport Memorial Library’s Coding for Kids program, which teaches basic …
She never intended to create a series of quilts dedicated to African-American culture — it just turned out that way. Over the past nine years, Baldwinite Kim Taylor has sewn more than a dozen quilts, ranging from a portrait of President Barack Obama to her interpretation of “Feeling Good,” as performed by African-American singer Nina Simone.
A group of men and women trickled in one by one to sit at horseshoe shaped table to start the monthly meeting on memoir writing at the Freeport Memorial Library.
The Freeport Memorial Library and Recreation Center are offering Tai chi classes throughout the spring months.
On Friday, many countries worldwide are commemorating International Women’s Day. Meanwhile, in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, all of March will be marked by . . .
I am a child, scavenging the halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan. I am 6 or 8 or 10; I can’t recall. Many of the world’s greatest works of art stare down at me. I am unimpressed. My eyes are fixed on the oak floor.
During this long season of discontent with Donald Trump as candidate and then president and now target of multi-pronged state and federal investigations, I have done my bit to beat the drum of protest.
In late January, one of our volunteer teams was called to a house fire in Mastic Beach. Approaching the damaged home on a freezing-cold morning, Red Cross blankets in hand, they saw an all-too-familiar scene . . .
Pathways to Education Excellence
In recent years, there has been much talk nationwide about preparing our youth for post-secondary education and the workforce by making our students college, career and civic ready or life ready. …