Cleveland Park moved closer to becoming an industrial complex after the Freeport village board approved the sale and rezoning of the popular recreational property.
Freeport residents turned out in force at Bishop Frank O. White Park to interact with first responders and celebrate the return of National Night Out on Aug. 2.
For 47 years, the Great Freeport Canoe Race has been a high point of the summer, in which residents and racers from surrounding communities come to the village’s marvelous waterfront for a memorable day on the water.
This month, Applebee’s Grill + Bar in Baldwin will hold a number of fundraising events to help Freeport and Baldwin schools.
Sequin-clad donors jived at the Coral House on the border of Baldwin and Freeport on July 29 to the disco-themed, sixth annual Mitchell Kraeling Memorial Gala, hosted by Kraeling’s family and Kids Need More.
Though the exterior of the Moxey A. Rigby public housing complex is pleasantly airy, the inconvenient design of its grounds, and the sluggish pace of repairs after a fire followed by water damage in Sept. 2021, have contributed to tenant discontent.
Instruments blared and unique artwork was displayed as the Freeport School District hosted its annual Summer Festival of the Arts live in the Freeport High School Performing Arts Center.
Nassau County District Attorney Anne T. Donnelly has announced that a Freeport man who allegedly bred and sold pit bulls for use in dogfighting has been indicted by a Nassau County grand jury.
The office of Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly announced the arraignment on July 26 of Freeport resident Kathleen Donnelly (no relation to DA Donnelly).
During the dog days of summer, many people are more apt to relax on vacation than to think about whom they plan to vote for in the upcoming elections, never mind how they can help ensure voters’ rights at the polling place.
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