Tag: Freeport

FBI IDs 2 Found Dead in Freeport Gang Probe

The FBI confirmed the identities of two teenagers who were among three found dead in a nine-day span in Freeport and Roosevelt, authorities said. 

3rd Set of Remains Found in 9 Days in Nassau

Investigators found a third set of human remains in nine days while searching a fourth wooded area of Nassau County, authorities said.

Week of Searching 3 Nassau Sites Turns Up Second Body, Cops...

A week after Nassau County police found a teenager’s remains buried in Roosevelt, investigators located a second set of human remains in Freeport, but a search of a third site came up empty, authorities said.

Bellmore Mom Fighting Illiteracy One Book at a Time

She founded The Book Fairies, a fast-growing nonprofit organization that collects reading materials for those in need throughout the New York Metro area.

A Visitor’s Guide to The Nautical Mile in Freeport

With top-notch restaurants, fresh seafood and charter boats leaving daily on fishing trips, The Nautical Mile in Freeport is one of the hottest destinations for food and summer fun on Long Island.

MS-13 Gang Member from Freeport Gets 40 Years for 2 Murders

An admitted MS-13 street gang member from Freeport was sentenced Thursday to 40 years in federal prison for killing two other gang members in a two-week span five years ago.

Freeport Man Sentenced for Fatal DWI Crash

A Freeport man was sentenced Monday to six to 18 years in prison for driving drunk and causing a crash that killed a 22-year-old man who was his passenger last year.

2017 New York Guitar Show & Expo Rocks Freeport This Weekend

The largest guitar show in the New York metropolitan area is coming to Freeport, Long Island on April 22 & 23 and promises to be an absolutely unforgettable experience for musicians, artists and music lovers of all ages.

Freeport Veteran Uses Art to Combat PTSD

After losing several friends while serving in Afghanistan, former U.S. Marine and current Adelphi University student Julian McBride turned to art to help deal with his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Latest Common Core Testing Met With Protest & Mass Refusals on...

More than 70,000 students in school districts across Long Island have “opted out” of taking the first round of this year’s controversial Common Core standardized tests, according to education advocates monitoring the numbers of those refusing the exams—and those figures expected to rise.