While Freeporter Roberto Roldan, 46, of South Bay Avenue, drove a 2013 gray Chevrolet Impala southbound on Nassau Road in Roosevelt, the First Squad Detectives of the Nassau County Police Department …
John Nuzzi Sr.’s smile was seemingly the size of the Cheshire Cat’s. At the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks National Convention in St. Louis, the 61-year-old Freeporter was installed …
The Nassau County Veterans Service Agency’s annual summer Veteran Stand Down welcomed hundreds of Long Island vets on Tuesday in Freeport. The biannual event last took place in November, shortly …
Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week signed into law the Green Light Bill allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain New York state driver’s licenses. The State Assembly and Senate approved the measure in June. New York joins 12 other states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico in passing such legislation.
It may be a bit off the beaten path, but it’s a glistening oasis, offering some of the best margaritas in town. It wasn’t always this way, however.
ProHealth Care, one of the largest physician-run health systems in the northeast with urgent care locations throughout Nassau County including Freeport, Long Beach and Wantagh, is raising money for …
The Freeport Memorial Library joined the national ice cream party on July 9 and 10 for two back-to-back days described as “Sundae Funday” for children entering pre-kindergarten to fifth grade in …
The Arts Council at Freeport held its 39th annual Juried Photography Show on June 3. This year’s juror was Jeff Harris, a New York City commercial and fine art photographer. The 39th Juried …
The tea tasting featured teas from Taiwan and provided attendees with a new perspective on the beverage, as well as tips on how to taste them.
There was a bright bluebird sky, fair winds and favorable seas for the 2019 Woodcleft Fishing Station Shark Tournament June 23. This year marks the 26th year of Woodcleft’s Shark Tournament.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently signed the aptly named Green Light Law, which will allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses. This isn’t a new law. If anything, it takes New York back to the more trusting years before Sept. 11, 2001.
I remember hiking in 90-degree heat on a dusty but paved road, past fields of fruit trees and vegetable plants. Suddenly, my father-in-law pointed and said in Bulgarian that we should turn into a thicket.
We’re in the warm clutch of summer, when fireflies begin their dance through the deep velvet nights of June and early July. Summer in our villages and towns has to be held close and breathed in . . .
Watching the Democratic debate marathon(s) two weeks ago drove home to me just how far to the political left the Democratic Party has veered. If it keeps this up . . .