Bayside Times

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013


Flour babies in Bayside tackle teen pregnancy

A sociology teacher at Bayside’s Benjamin N. Cardozo High School got a rise out of her students when she chose to fight teenage pregnancy with sacks of flour. Comments (6)

Monday, Feb. 11, 2013


Boro braces for another Beacon battle in Bayside

Battle cries to save Bayside’s beloved Beacon program echoed throughout the community last year, but not for the last time. Comment

This week’s featured advertisers

See all ads

Four pols show courage on gun control

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden deserve great credit for their efforts to curb gun violence in our country. So does Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the state level and Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the city level. Comments (2)

Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013


Mom proposes Bayside street for 9/11 victim

After more than 11 years, a Bayside mother has not given up in her fight to secure her son’s place in history after he gave his life to help others Sept. 11, 2001. Comment

Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013


Decision about hydrofracking in state may rest on DEC study

The state Department of Environmental Conservation may miss a critical deadline for finalizing hydraulic fracturing regulations later this month as it waits for a health review of the drilling method to be completed. Comments (1)

Baysider used fake Social Security nos. to fraud: U.S. attorney

BAYSIDE — A Bayside man pleaded guilty in an identity theft scheme in which he worked alongside the leader of a Newark organized crime enterprise, the U.S. attorney for New Jersey said. Comment

Friday, Feb. 8, 2013


Queens braces for Nemo’s snowfall

An impending blizzard sent Queens into a frenzy as officials braced for the more significant storms since Hurricane Sandy. Comments (1)

FX puts Bayside on spy alert

A new FX television series brought Bayside into the spotlight when it set up shop along Bell Boulevard to shoot an upcoming episode. Comments (1)

Cardozo hitting stride with record time

It wasn’t a day that Sabrina Southerland expected anything special to happen. Comment


There is little we can say about the late Ed Koch that hasn’t already been said. He was one of the greatest mayors this city ever knew, a quintessential New Yorker who lifted the spirits of this city when it needed it most. Comments (1)

Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013


Black History celebration swells with talent and pride

Queensborough Community College kicked off Black History Month with revelry as talented performers graced the stage at the school’s performing arts center Saturday. Comment

Sign up for daily news e-mails!

Bayside Times archive

CNG: Community Newspaper Group