Bayside Times

Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011


Bayside Historical collects 9/11 letters

The Bayside Historical Society is currently exhibiting a collection of artifacts documenting the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 and their effect on the northeast Queens community and asking visitors to share their experiences of that day in order to preserve their accounts for future generations. Comment.

New nursing program helps QCC students finish at Hunter

Queensborough Community College has announced a new program beginning this fall that will enable the college’s qualified nursing students to transfer credits seamlessly to Hunter College in order to obtain their baccalaureate degrees. Comment.

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011


St. Mary’s decries state cuts

In an effort to control expanding costs, New York state has placed a $15 billion cap on Medicaid expenditures, but officials at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children in Bayside said these measures could have devastating results for the program’s most vulnerable recipients. Comment.

FDNY to fix leaky Totten roofs

The FDNY has plans for fixing the holes where the rain gets in. Comment.

Bayside park neglected for too long: Officials

Community leaders and elected officials are working through a number of avenues to improve Little Bay Park in Bayside, saying the park has been neglected for too long. Comment.

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