Bayside Times

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013


U.S. must abolish Electoral College

Now that the presidential race has been decided, we should re-examine the way this particular contest is conducted in our country. Comments (4)

Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013


Cardozo principal pledges to improve Chinese program

A northeast Queens educator has taken his own learning experience abroad to expand his teaching opportunities at home. Comments (5)

Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013


Patrizia’s pivots business to only catering parties

After a change in identity and ownership less than six months ago, a Bayside restaurant has closed its lunch and dinner offerings, the city Parks Department said. Comments (2)

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Silverstein steps up for Halloran’s seat

Challenging what he called an inadequate status quo plaguing northeast Queens, one Democratic state committeeman has upped his campaign efforts and collected endorsements in a race for City Council. Comments (1)

Shame on Congress

There is no excuse for the delay in approving federal aid for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Comment

Friday, Jan. 11, 2013


Baysiders vow FAA flight fight just beginning

Baysiders sounded off over flight noise at this week’s Community Board 11 meeting, declaring the fight was only beginning. Comment

111th Pct. arrests robbery teams to blunt burglary spree

A recent spike in burglaries has been brought to halt after a series of arrests in Bayside, the 111th Precinct said. Comment

Cold-shooting Cardozo routed by Curtis team on home turf

Cardozo Coach Ron Naclerio understands his team’s limitation. Comments (1)

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