The Nassau County Homicide Squad is investigating the death of Hernan Ocampo Loaiza, 77, from Freeport. At around 7:40 a.m. on Nov. 7, Freeport Police officers arrived to the canal near South Main …
A Baldwinite is accused of supplying drugs to dealers as part of a narcotics distribution ring that operated throughout Long Island and parts of New York City, the Suffolk County District Attorney announced Nov. 8. A second Baldwin man, four Freeporters, a Rockville Centre resident and a Wantagh woman were also arrested as part of the bust, prosecutors announced.
Taylor Raynor, a Democrat from Uniondale, trounced Republican James Lamarre, of Lakeville, in the 18th Assembly District in Tuesday’s election. Raynor, who beat longtime Assemblywoman Earlene Hooper in the September Democratic primary, earned 86 percent of the vote to Lamarre’s 9.
Todd Dugan, a popular restaurant manager and handyman from Freeport, died in a fiery motorcycle crash on Oct. 21. He was 44.
The Roosevelt man, Ever Martinez Reyes, 24, charged with raping a Freeport woman in front of her home on Sept. 28 was arraigned on Nov. 5 on grand jury indictment charges before Judge Robert McDonald.
While some kids showed up to just watch the tournament, others came prepared with their own Wii U Gamecube controller adapter or GameCube controller.
Freeport children ran around the Freeport Recreation Center with pumpkin shaped plastic pails filled with goodies on Halloween evening.
Her home on Whaley Street in Freeport was practically cut in half. It’s been exactly two years since Sandy Burns, 65, has seen the upstairs of her home due to her disabling Multiple sclerosis, MS, a disease, which the immune system eats away at the protective covering of nerves.
Every single dollar raised is donated to breast cancer research for organizations like Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the American Cancer Society. This year for the fifth year, Jeremy’s Ale House on the Nautical Mile held its event on Nov. 6.
Baldwinite Maureen Herman awakens each morning to a painting depicting her favorite horse from the historic Nunley’s Carousel. “Everyone had a favorite, and mine was the black one,” she said. …
I’m obviously not a woman, so I’m not the best person to parse the so-called “women’s vote.” But I’ll try. I’m covering my 25th general election this year . . .
A man walks into a consulate . . .
If you’ve been in the market for a home on Long Island, run a business here or are a student seeking a college loan, you’ll notice that . . .
Pathways to Education Excellence
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.