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Students of the Freeport Public Schools met Dr. Greg Olsen, an entrepreneur and scientist on Nov. 8 at the Freeport High School High School performing arts center. Students filed into the rows of … more
Freeport School’s highest priority is the safety, security and well being of our students at our schools. Although we have always had many safety measures in place, we have been upgrading and refining our facilities and security protocols to build a culture of security awareness for everyone. more
Two years after Todd Kaminsky was elected to the State Senate, he has proven to be a vocal and aggressive advocate in the 9th District and beyond. He deserves another term. The former federal … more
Freeport Mayor Robert Kennedy was sifting through a stack of reports on his desk at Village Hall on Tuesday. They offered details about the village’s storm-resiliency projects to guard against future hurricanes. more
The crowd erupted in thunderous cheers when the Freeport High School Red Devils defeated the East Meadow Jets 40-0 in last Saturday’s Homecoming game, keeping them on top of Section VIII’s Conference I football standings with a 6-0 record. The squad is currently ranked fourth in the state. more
Most Tuesday nights in the fall, Freeport’s Nautical Mile is quiet. Not so on Oct. 9, however. Outside Jeremy’s Ale House on Woodcleft Avenue, a line formed, as Freeporters waited to enter to … more
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 … more
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 … more
Heading east on Archer Street, dozens of Freeport students, teachers, school administrators, parents, and local and state elected officials marched toward Bedell Street on Sept. 29 in the … more
The hurricane of 1938, also known as the Long Island Express, hit Long Island on a Wednesday on September 21, 1938.  Though eastern Long Island received the brunt of the storm, Freeport was not left unscathed. Power was lost throughout the village, leaving traffic lights inoperable.  Freeport Hospital used candles in all rooms and had an automatic lamp ready for use in an operating room.    more
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