Bayside Times

Monday, Jan. 28, 2013


New York politicians attend presidential inauguration

Elected officials from New York attended the inauguration of President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C. Comments (1)

Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013


Bayside BID’s winter banners debut on Bell Boulevard

Temperatures dropped to bone-chilling levels Wednesday just in time for the installation of new wintery banners along Bell Boulevard. Comment

Parks plans to replace Porta Potties at Little Bay Park

Residents of northeast Queens took some comfort in hearing that one long-awaited project at Little Bay Park would be moving forward soon. Comment

Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013


Boro senator demands ban on hydrofracking

A state senator from Queens renewed his calls on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ban a controversial drilling method known as hydraulic fracturing in New York state at a news conference Wednesday with several other Senate Democrats in Albany. Comments (1)

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Bayside fails to finish off LuHi at Big Apple event

Bayside Coach Corey Semper and his players believe they are just as good as a loaded Long Island Lutheran team. They just weren’t better when it counted. Comment

Cuomo’s Arbitrary Deadline

At a time when the city Department of Education is faced with overcrowded classrooms, outdated textbooks and a shortage of basic supplies, the city has lost out on up to $450 million in state education funds. Comment

Friday, Jan. 25, 2013


Boro leaders fight flight noise at FAA meeting

Lawmakers from northeast Queens met with the Federal Aviation Administration last week and issued a joint statement Tuesday citing progress in their talks to address flight noise in the area. Comment

Good Samaritan saved dog from attack

I was walking my son’s dog, a beagle named Oscar, on 210th Street near 69th Avenue when Oscar was attacked by two pit bulls. Comments (1)

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013


Boro ready to mark Catholic Schools Week

Bayside’s Sacred Heart grade school will join with schools across Queens and the nation next week to kick off an annual celebration of Catholic education, the school said. Comment

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