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Meditation in motion to reduce stress

The Freeport Memorial Library and Recreation Center are offering Tai chi classes throughout the spring months.

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The Breakfast Club for professionals

They look like a bunch of cheery morning people. They were professionally dressed, laughing and casually chatting over a cup of coffee by 7:30 a.m. The Top Notch Team, TNT, networking group has been meeting every Thursday at 7:15 a.m. at the Imperial Diner on Merrick Road in Freeport since 2016.

‘It’s a hard-knock life’

It was a one night performance and the opening night that welcomed parents, students, neighbors and a little bit of everyone from Freeport as the J.W. Dodd Middle School students performed Annie, Jr. …

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Early college decisions announced by athletes

Five Freeport High School seniors signed their national letters of intent earlier this month to continue playing sports in college. A National Letter of Intent is a letter a student athlete submits …

Animal advocates address Freeport’s cat colonies

Three young cats were abandoned Jan. 5 outside of Freeport-based cat shelter, All About Cats, ACC, on E. Sunrise Highway. Surveillance video captured two unidentified people dumping the cats on AAC’s porch without food, drinks or a carrier.

Editorial

State deserves praise for passing gun measures

The Democratically controlled State Legislature moved on Jan. 29 to protect New Yorkers by enacting common-sense measures to combat gun violence.

Editorial

Be a part of the school budget process

It’s school budget season, and as districts begin laying out their 2019-20 spending plans, it’s a critical time for residents to attend Board of Education meetings.

Op-Ed

Talking about race on Long Island

As a senior at Mepham High School in Bellmore, I’m excited that ERASE Racism has launched a Long Island-wide public discussion called “How Do We Build a Just Long Island?”

Randi Kreiss

Take heart: The old women will lead us

Nancy Pelosi to Donald Trump: “No.” Sorry if you’re in the first bloom of youth, girlfriends. The ground under your tight, smooth butts is shifting.

Alfonse D'Amato

Immigration crisis needs fixing, not fighting

The next few weeks will tell whether there is any chance for Congress and President Trump to come to terms on an immigration policy that makes sense. The past few months have seen far too much brinkmanship . . .