Bayside Times

Tuesday, May 29, 2012


People suffer while Big Oil prospers

In the May 3-9 edition of the Bayside Times, there was a letter from Joanna Livingstone relating to the March 29 vote to block legislation which would strip billions of dollars in tax breaks for the biggest U.S. oil companies (“Big oil does not deserve more money from government.”). Comment

Sunday, May 27, 2012


Qns County Dems back Iannece for Assembly

Jerry Iannece’s bid for the 25th state Assembly District received a thumbs-up from both local and boroughwide groups this week. Comments (2)
Bay Terrace

Fort Totten hosts eighth walk for St. Mary’s Hospital

Hundreds of St. Mary’s staff, patients and their families enjoyed a stroll around Fort Totten and other fun activities Sunday for the hospital’s eighth annual fund-raiser walk. Comment

Saturday, May 26, 2012


Being His Own Icon

Even a fuzzy cell phone connection couldn’t temper the unbridled enthusiasm for creating art that Bayside artist Nicholai Khan has in abundance. Comment

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Friday, May 25, 2012

Oakland Gardens

Playground poised to reopen after fire

Eight months of waiting will soon come to an end as the new playground in Alley Pond Park rises from the place where ashes once were scattered, according to the city Parks Department. Comment

111th officer helped drug dealer: Feds

An officer from the 111th Precinct has been suspended without pay and faces several department sanctions, police said, after being charged with playing a part in assisting a Jamaica drug dealer. Comment

Bayside coach comes back after neck tumor removal

Steve Piorkowski was mobbed by his Bayside players as he walked through the gates to the school’s softball field Friday. Comment

Thursday, May 24, 2012


Bayside woman dies in apparent murder-suicide attempt: Police

A Bayside woman died after an argument with a man in their shared home Wednesday during what appeared to be a murder and failed attempted suicide, authorities said. Comments (2)

Avella ensnared in Ozanam talks

Supporters of union workers at Ozanam Hall gathered outside the Bayside nursing home last week to call on the bishop of Brooklyn to put an end to policies they contend are detrimental to patient care, although one area lawmaker was noticeably missing. Comment

BID board vote set for July

There has been a lot to talk about for members of the Bayside Village Business Improvement District throughout recent weeks. Comments (1)

Oakland Lake Park path to be remodeled next year

Almost one year after the completion of a $2.5 million city Department of Environmental Protection project to improve stormwater runoff at Oakland Lake Park, the city Parks Department announced final plans to retool the area’s pathway for pedestrians. Comments (8)

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Bayside Hills

Adeline Jardula, 90

Adeline Melone Jardula, who lived in Bayside Hills from 1960-78, died May 16 at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital in Torrington, Conn. She was 90. Comment

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