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Twelve-year-old Vincent Palagiano, of North Bellmore, chewed on his green mouth guard and wiped sweat from his brow before he gripped his hockey stick and glided onto the ice to join his teammates. … more
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. … more
“Freeport on three,” the J.W. Dodd School wrestling coach, Dave Gordon, yelled as 60 Dodd wrestlers huddled around Patricia Lesser in the school gym on Monday. After roaring “Freeport,” the wrestlers rolled up the mats, while Lesser, of Massapequa, started handing out 60 pairs of wrestling shoes that she and her family donated to the wrestling team. more
As the Caroline G. Atkinson Intermediate School students hovered over their “clawbot,” they ran through a set of new computer codes to improve the robot’s gripping ability during the fifth annual Robotics Competition at Freeport High School last Saturday. more
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 … more
Freeport Memorial Library launched its second eight-week course of free guitar lessons for those of all ages on Jan. 28. Classes are 45 minutes long. They will run through March 25 and end with a recital on April 1 at the library. more
Freeport boxer Patrick Day, 26, will fight at the Ford Center, the Dallas Cowboys’ practice facility, in Frisco, Texas, on Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. The match will be available for viewing on the ESPN+ app. Day will fight on the Eleider Alvarez-Sergey Kovalev rematch undercard. The match will switch to ESPN at 10 p.m. more
The Village of Freeport held its annual celebration to remember the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 19 at the Freeport Recreation Center. This year’s event … more
Freeport village officials unanimously voted to approve a $72.7 million budget for 2019-20 on Jan. 7 at a public meeting led by Mayor Robert Kennedy and the board of trustees. more
It looked as if the fourth-graders at Leo F. Giblyn Elementary School in Freeport were playing a game of Twister on colorful floor mats on Monday. They weren’t, however. more
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