Bayside Times

Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012


Queens locales come alive in anthology set in borough

As part of a sordid, dark plot, 25-year-old Nikki Lavin Sheridan drugged and drowned her father, Douglaston doctor George Sheridan, in the waters under the Throgs Neck Bridge — the same place her mother, Eileen Lavin, was murdered a quarter century ago. Comment

Lutheran league gearing up for 2012

The New York City Lutheran League’s basketball program has been around for more than 50 years and features schools that span across four out of the city’s five boroughs. The Lutheran Schools Association product has seven schools that participate in an ultra-competitive schedule that features sixth- through eighth-graders. Comments (1)

Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012


QCC interns review stories

A handful of Queensborough Community College students gathered with Holocaust survivors Tuesday to look back on the experiences they shared while interviewing and preserving the survivors’ stories for generations to come. Comment

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Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012


Sample a Taste of Bayside

Offering patrons the opportunity to sample a smorgasbord of eastern Queens’ flavors in a convenient setting, Taste of Bayside will return Jan 25. Comment

Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012

Oakland Gardens

Playground at Alley Pond Pk. slated to reopen

The playground in Alley Pond Park, which was damaged by a suspicious fire toward the end of September, will be repaired and open to the public once again by late spring or early summer, according to the city Parks Department. Comment

Bayside home torched in two-alarm blaze

According to fire officials, no one was injured in the Bayside blaze at 46th Avenue and Oceania Street, which was declared under control just after midnight Tuesday morning. A spokesman for the FDNY said that investigators believe the fire may have started in the basement. Comment

Dozo falls to Philly squad

PHILADELPHIA — Savon Goodman said he took what the defense gave him: multiple powerful dunks that brought the capacity crowd to its feet. Comments (1)

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