Bayside Times

Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012


Workers file charge against St. Mary’s

As a labor dispute continues, workers filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board against Bayside’s St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital, accusing the facility of withholding financial information related to contract negotiations. Comment

Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012


Cable firm must get its act together

Time Warner Cable customers who experience a loss of Internet, television or phone service will now have to wait 10 days for a technician to visit their homes. Subscribers who attempt to replace defective equipment at the Time Warner Cable walk-in center, in the Queens Center Mall, are required to take a number and in some instances have been forced to endure a four-hour wait before seeing a customer service representative. Comments (3)

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Friday, Sept. 14, 2012


BID shows off Bell to attract new biz

No appointments were necessary. Comment

Stray cats bother Baysiders

An influx of stray cats near one Bayside community prompted one neighbor to stand up at the Community Board 11 meeting Monday and call for help. Comments (12)

A composition for the ages

Boxes upon boxes of music and memories line the inside of William Zinn’s Bayside home. With a history like his, the longtime composer and performer has become well-versed in the language of music. Comment

Recycling, renewables important to protecting the planet

In Bayside, I find the chore of separating garbage relatively pleasurable — relatively, compared to out east. In Amagansett, on the east end of Long Island, we pay $50 each year for the privilege of separating our garbage, glass, plastics and paper. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012


Young Cardozo gets ready

Cardozo might be the two-time defending girls’ volleyball champion in the PSAL, but a younger roster and tough competition will make chances at a three-peat more difficult for Coach Daniel Scarola and the Judges this season. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012

Bayside Hills

Iannece, Rozic gain support after controversy

Democratic primary candidates hoping to represent the seat currently held by state Assemblyman Rory Lancman (D-Fresh Meadows) pulled in endorsements in the wake of a fracas involving a neighborhood civic organization’s controversial blog post. Comments (6)

Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012


Assembly District 25 candidates

Bayside Hills resident and Community Board 11 Chairman Jerry Iannece said he thought the redrawn 25th Assembly district lines make him a perfect fit for the area, including Fresh Meadows, where he works as an attorney. With an endorsement from the Queens Democratic Party, he said his experience speaks for itself. Comments (1)

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