An alleged MS-13 associate has been arraigned on charges of conspiracy and operating as a major drug trafficker and brokering drug deals from inside a federal prison in Mississippi.
Nassau County police Saturday evening arrested one in the rape of a 36-year-old Freeport woman in front of her Parson Avenue home in the early morning of Sept. 28.
Tropix on the Mile closed its summer season with a Craft Brew Fest last Saturday, spotlighting more than 30 breweries and welcoming over 1,000 beer enthusiasts.
A sea of eager faculty was selling red, black and white school spirit apparel, and volunteer students in yellow T-shirts were directing slightly lost parents to their children’s classrooms. South …
Kianny Antigua stumbled into writing while attending LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City in the early 2000s. The now Dartmouth College adjunct professor and author of “Caléndula” had …
As he grabbed the blue and green hula-hoops, Hector Santiago, 6, encouraged his younger sister Liv, 4, to play with a red one. “I dare you to hula with both at the same time,” Liv said with a …
Two Village Trustee seats are up for elections for the March 2019 Village Trustee elections — Deputy Mayor Jorge Martinez’s seat and William White’s seat. White took a seat on the …
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month the Freeport Memorial Library welcomed Los Amigos del Amargue, a Dominican bachata group from Freeport on Sept. 30. As the sounds of the Caribbean came to …
FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE FREEPORT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Will Open The Liberty Loan Rally With a Bang: Starting on Sept. 28, 1918, Freeporters witnessed the commencement of the Freeport Liberty Loan Rally. In the afternoon, there was a scheduled parade …
“We Latinos, we are a nation without a face,” said Carmen Piñeyro, a trustee on the Freeport Village board, as she opened her speech as keynote speaker of a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Sept. 21 at the Roosevelt Fire Department.
The images of destruction caused by Hurricane Florence last week were particularly frightening for Long Islanders, many of whom are still reeling from the havoc and devastation that Hurricane Sandy wrought six years ago.
Fifty-one years ago a handsome hunk of a guy showed up for Rosh Hashana dinner at my parents’ house in Cedarhurst with an engagement ring in his pocket. He was all dark curls, red cheeks and heavy breathing, and he couldn’t even wait . . .
The good news is that the U.S. economy is expected to grow by a solid 3.7 percent in the second half of 2018, while unemployment is now 3.9 percent. Even better news is that the benefits of this growth . . .
By Rabbi Aaron Glatt, M.D., and Nathan Diament
The Hippocratic Oath has been passed down through the ages because it contains some perennial wisdom: I will keep the sick from harm and injustice. I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody who asks for it, nor make a suggestion to this effect.