With a cut of the red ribbon, the new mural commemorating Freeport’s history became a fixture to add to the village’s charm on April 11. The Long Island Arts Council at Freeport undertook the …
The Freeport Chamber of Commerce held its premiere business celebration on April 12 at the Coral House in Baldwin, attended by hundreds of the village’s business executives, civic leaders and …
He makes a list and checks it twice, and uses his resources to give children a little hope in the form of a toy. Patrick Franzone was honored during the Freeport Chamber of Commerce’s Annual …
Her brightly colored nails match her full-of-life personality, and her smile instantly lights up the room. Barbara Jagnow, 87, owner of Otto’s Sea Grill and a Freeport native, was honored as …
The Herald Community Newspapers captured 20 awards in the New York Press Association’s 2018 Better Newspaper Contest, including several top honors for editorial and advertising excellence. …
She slowly and gently formed her fingers into the letters “A” and then two “N’s” to spell her name. Stepping into the fifth week of the Freeport Memorial Library’s American Sign Language class, Freeporter Ann Marie Farrell made efforts to only communicate with her hands.
On April 6, hundreds of families joined Freeport Mayor Robert Kennedy and town officials for the village’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. One of Long Island’s largest egg hunts, and a beloved …
For the last eight years, Bobbi and the Strays has kept a home at in Freeport providing a safe haven for stray cats and dogs on Long Island.
The Shared Services initiative, across the three counties, allows for the counties’ towns and villages to cooperatively purchase police vehicles at a discounted rate.
Tom Phelan paints a portrait of his rural hometown in County Laois, Ireland and the life his family lived there in the 1940s and 50s in his newest book, "We Were Rich and We Didn't Know It: A Memoir of My Irish Boyhood."
Nassau County’s most famous Republican, President Theodore Roosevelt, dedicated much of his life to preserving nature. During his time in the White House, the Oyster Bay resident . . .
When I see stories of sexual abuse by clergy members, I’m often angry with many people. Mostly, I’m angry with those who allowed the abuse to go on uninterrupted for years . . .
For far too long, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been a faceless organization, with Long Island Rail Road riders paying for overpriced tickets while receiving subpar service. For years, over 300,000 daily LIRR riders . . .
You might think that there’s nothing more to say about former Vice President Joe Biden and the touchy-feely behavior that makes some women “uncomfortable,” but that’s only because you didn’t know my Aunt Helen.