Bayside Times

Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011


Wacky CB 11 Show

If we had not seen this happen before, we might have thought it was a skit from “The Tonight Show” or “Saturday Night Live.” But our reporter says it really happened. He wrote that at last week’s Community Board 11 meeting, “Bedlam broke out” over a proposal to install bleachers at the Little League field in Crocheron Park. Comment.

Friday, Nov. 18, 2011


Bayside man takes on Citi

Baysider David Yale empathizes with the millions of people across the country searching for jobs, but if he had his way, there is one person he would like to send to the unemployment line. Comment.

Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


Rape trial begins for Bayside pastor

A Queens Supreme Court jury heard opening arguments Tuesday in the trial of the Rev. Phillip Joubert, the pastor of Bayside’s Community Baptist Church, who is accused of sexually abusing and raping his then-13-year-old daughter in 2009. Comments (2).

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Braunstein renews fight against abuse

In the wake of the Penn State sexual abuse cover-up scandal, state Assemblyman Ed Braunstein (D-Bayside) is renewing his call for passage of a bill that would require New York colleges and universities to report on-campus violent crimes immediately to the authorities. Comment.

QCC honors vets on campus with memorial

Student and faculty veterans at Queensborough Community College were honored last week with the dedication of the college’s Remembrance Grove and the promise that their service to the country would not be forgotten. Comment.

Lady Tigers win conference

The Queensborough Community College women’s volleyball team has captured its second straight CUNY Athletic Conference Championship in as many years. Comment.

Bayside falls to archenemy, ends postseason in semis

Bayside boys’ soccer has nine losses over the last three seasons. Seven have come via Francis Lewis, including the most painful one, Friday’s 3-1 setback in the Public Schools Athletic League Class A semifinals at New Dorp on Staten Island. Comment.

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