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Former Freeport Mayor William H. “Bill” White died on May 14, surrounded by his family, in Pinehurst, North Carolina. He was 98. “My father lived an extraordinary and full life,” his son … more
Scott Richardson and Sonia Dixon won two open seats on the Freeport school board in Tuesday’s budget vote and trustee election, and residents also gave their approval to the district’s 2023-24 … more
The Girl Scouts of Nassau County and National Grid have joined forces to forge a partnership that encourages young girls to embrace energy conservation and sustainability. Members of Freeport … more
Freeport Fire Department’s Assistant Chief, Anthony Sotira, was recently awarded the Silver Medal of Valor by the Nassau County Fire Commission for his heroic actions in rescuing a victim trapped … more
Assemblyman Brian Curran visited the Freeport Public Library to drop off pet food donations, and had a meeting with the library’s director, Lee Ann Moltzen, center, and librarian Marilyn Pignataro … more
A truck full of non-perishable goods was collected for veterans a few weeks ago with more expected to be donated in the coming weeks. Ben Jackson, a Freeport resident, along with his wife Jennifer … more
There’s nothing bigger on Long Island — at least as far as annual hospital golf fundraiser goes, and it kicks off Monday, May 15 at three Nassau County courses. Sponsored by Mount … more
There are nearly two-dozen more conditional cannabis dispensary licenses on their way to Long Island. But thanks to local pushback in a number of Nassau County communities, chances are very low one … more
She remains at the top of the children’s entertainment scene. Acclaimed as the “The Adele of the preschool crowd” or the “Queen of kindie rock,” Laurie Berkner is an industry unto herself. The first recording artist to perform in music videos on Nick Jr., her original songs, music videos, books, and three original off-Broadway musicals have made her ubiquitous in American households. more
Herald Community Newspapers took home nine state awards at the New York Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest over the weekend in Albany. more
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