Herald Neighbors

The winter ultimate Superfight battle

They debated. And debated — but ultimately there could only be one champion during the inaugural Superfight tournament at the Freeport Memorial Library on Jan. 7 at the Freeport Memorial …

Corrected: There's nothing to fear in bail-reform law

New York state’s new, long-overdue bail reform law, which passed last April and took effect Jan. 1, is desperately needed. Changes to the law were last made in 1971. Requiring anyone and …

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Freeport’s first fun and frosty frolic

The Freeport Memorial Library held a Winter Wonderland celebration on Dec. 30 for children of all ages. The library was decorated in its finest winter white décor of snowmen and giant cutouts …

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Thousands of dollars raised for toys for Freeport’s tots

Freeporters spent an evening tasting some of the best local cuisine during the Taste of Freeport fundraiser for the Toys for Freeport Tots on Nov. 21 that featured local eateries like Bracco’s Clam …

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Veteran Stand Down giving the best

The mission is to support retired military personnel with a range of services and resources and according to Ralph Esposito, director of the county Veterans Agency — “the event is a mission to …

Editorial

The voters have given Singas a mandate

Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas won overwhelmingly on Election Day, when voters sent a clear message that she was the best person to serve as our top prosecutor.

Jerry Kremer

Voting on impeachment, some will put their careers on the line

Many members of Congress have had a great few years in Washington. When you’re in the majority party, you have the joy of bigger offices and many extra side benefits . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Criminals’ early release threatens public safety

Our leaders need to think very carefully about the implications of recent moves to release both convicted criminals and those charged with crimes from prison. In the rush to advance sentencing and bail reforms . . .

Jerry Kremer

Who will decide who wins in 2020?

Have you ever heard the words “tasseography” or “tassology”? In plain English, it’s the practice of reading the patterns of tea leaves, coffee grounds or wine sediments to tell the future. I have concluded that these substances are just as reliable as all the political polls . . .

Jerry Kremer

Who will decide who wins in 2020?

Have you ever heard the words “tasseography” or “tassology”? In plain English, it’s the practice of reading the patterns of tea leaves, coffee grounds or wine sediments to tell the future. I have concluded that these substances are just as reliable as all the political polls . . .