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Freeporters will head to the polls on March 19 to elect two new village trustees. Incumbent Deputy Mayor Martinez will defend his seat, while the other candidates are seeking Trustee William … more
The national tour of the Broadway smash arrives on Long Island. more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com Volunteers with the Surfrider Foundation Central Long Island chapter cleaned up the bay on Saturday as part of an effort to create cleaner local … more
The arrival of St. Patrick's Day means that spring will soon make a welcome appearance. more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com “I knew I wanted to dance before I had reason, so I don’t try to superimpose one as an adult,” said Long Beach resident Stephanie Klemons, … more
The conviction last Friday of former Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano was yet another domino falling in the county’s GOP political machine, with possibly more to come. more
According to owner Leon Yakubov, Artistic Men’s Grooming is a “collaboration between barbering and hair dressing for men.” more
The hidden fat in fast food meals has prompted a group of Freeporters to find healthier alternatives on March 6, at the Freeport Memorial Library’s Eat Smart New York event, which helps families … more
Construction of the new Moxey Rigby, a public housing complex owned and operated by the Freeport Housing Authority, is well under way on Merrick Road, just west of the Meadowbrook Parkway. more
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen covered a lot of ground in her community town hall presentation at Lawrence High School on March 10, then the roughly 40 Five Towns residents got their chance to ask questions. more
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