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The Freeport-Roosevelt Branch #2147 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP held its Annual Freedom Fund Award’s and Membership Dinner on May 17 at the Coral House in Baldwin. 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
Taliyah Baptiste loved reading, science, gym and sushi, and had an infectious smile that others were naturally drawn to, her family and friends say. more
A ride on Nunley’s Carousel once cost pennies, and “On the Sunny Side of the Street,” performed by Louis Armstrong, played as it spun. These days, the famed Baldwin attraction has been moved from the former Nunley’s Amusement Park, on the Baldwin-Freeport border, to Museum Row in Garden City, where it occupies its own building, next to the Cradle of Aviation Museum. more
The oversized yellow-on-white signs were half the size of the Leo F. Giblyn School fourth-graders who took part in the 10th annual Peace Walk on May 4. Their message: “May Peace be in Our Hearts,” “May Peace Prevail on Earth,” “May Peace be in Our Communities,” “May Peace be in Our Schools.” more
When Freeporters head to the polls on May 21, not only will they vote on the Freeport Public Schools budget and two new Board of Education trustees. One of the three propositions on the ballot also … more
Thousands of Freeporters will line up Merrick Road on May 27, to watch the Memorial Day Parade, to honored Freeport’s veterans and remember those who died in service to their country. Annually, … more
The sound of bagpipes echoed throughout the hallways of Woodward Children’s Center on Merrick Road in Freeport on April 30. more
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