Burger King awards over $30,000 to students

Burger King owners, Debbie Sena and Jay Della Monica, awarded over $30,000 in scholarships to Nassau County students on Aug. 2 at 21 E. Merrick Rd. in Freeport.

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Health fair offers services to hundreds

Freeport’s Ebenezer Seventh-day Adventist Church at 97 Broadway, welcomed 160 adults and children to their free Community Health Fair on Aug. 4. In a single day, the church volunteers along with …

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Canoe racers vie for first place medals

The Great Canoe Races are one of the oldest Freeport traditions that welcome residents and visitors from the tri-state area to compete for first place medals.

New Atomic Wings celebrates National Chicken Wing Day

Atomic Wings, Freeport’s newest Nautical Mile restaurant, celebrated National Chicken Wing Day on July 29 by giving away five free wings with orders.

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Flashback Friday into the ‘Roaring Twenties’

The Freeport High School’s performing arts center was transformed to the time of the “roaring ‘20s” on July 26. …


We need to respect law enforcement

Imagine going to work and attempting to do your job while a group of loudmouths scream at you and douse you with buckets of water. For some police officers in New York City over the past month, that was their reality.

Randi Kreiss

School store: the gift that keeps on giving

Right here in my corner of the universe, a feel-good, do-good project has been sending children back to school every year for the past seven years, with new books and backpacks, sneakers and clothes and even toiletries — and it’s all free.

Jerry Kremer

Trump is the winner of the wrong contest

If you’re looking for a summer project and you like government, then it’s worthwhile to see how many cabinet appointments of the past five presidents have resigned or been fired for incompetence, abuse of power or disagreements with the boss.

Alfonse D'Amato

On energy, U.S. should develop all sources

In a little-reported but major milestone, the United States recently became the No. 1 oil producer in the world. Despite the usual outcries of naysayers and enviro-alarmists . . .