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With beautiful weather, lots of excitement, and Hofstra’s Greek life community, the brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha held their annual Fireman’s Challenge on April, 7th to raise money for the East Williston Fire Department, and other non-profit and service organizations. more
Summer is just around the corner as the Long Island Boat Show was hosted from April 5-7. After an absence of several years, the boat show returned to the new Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. … more
College is a period of adjustment; with many students moving away from home for the first time, having to make new friends and dealing with a heavy workload on top of that, it is not surprising that … more
The smell of barbecue and the sound of country music filled the air. Crowds of people carrying blankets and snacks waited in line, anticipating one of Hofstra University's biggest events of the … more
“The reason that I’m at Relay for Life is because a lot of my family members have been diagnosed with cancer, and one of my closest friends had cancer and luckily beat cancer,” said Madison … more
Grabbing a brochure, Susana Escobar, a DoTerra Essential Oils representative, explained how to launch a small business selling essential oil products to Baldwinite Odelcia Martinez at the annual Job … more
Village of Freeport Mayor Robert Kennedy was elected as the president of the New York State Conference of Mayors, NYCOM on May 6 at a conference in Cooperstown, NY. NYCOM is an association of cities … more
All five of the Freeport Board of Education candidates are heavily invested and involved in the community. They have innovative ideas and share a common desire to elevate the Freeport School District … more
Once again this year, the Freeport Board of Education and school administration found a way to hold the line on the tax levy while maintaining and expanding services for students in the district. more
Freeporters will head to the polls on May 21 to elect two new Board of Education trustees. This year’s election leaves open two seats as the president of the Board of Education, Michael Pomerico and the vice president, Anthony Miller, announced early in the year that they would not run for reelection. more
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