Bayside Times

Sunday, June 17, 2012


Electeds battle to save Beacon from budget ax

Area politicians have not eased up on their efforts to save a popular after-school program from being cut. Comment

Saturday, June 16, 2012


Avella calls on city to address tax lien evasion

Citing apparent attempts to beat the system, state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) criticized the city Department of Finance, accusing it of allowing delinquent property owners who failed to pay their property taxes to remove their properties from the annual tax lien sale by submitting fraudulent checks. Comment
Bayside BKNY

Big Thailand taste by way of Bayside

BKNY Thai looks less like a quality restaurant, than it does a slightly disreputable nightclub. The view from the parking lot is overseen by a colorful graffiti-style mural of Bangkok. The dim, cavernous interior is dominated by a large u-shaped bar with plenty of large TVs. We came early, and wondered when the real party animals arrive. Comments (1)

Friday, June 15, 2012


111th Precinct awards top cops

Commanding Officer Jason Huerta of the 111th Precinct, said there were a lot of people who contributed to the overall success of the department throughout the year, but for the six honorees at last week’s annual community council awards, their service made the selection process easy. Comment

Cardozo talks books with Astoria author

Author Paul Volponi said he talks to young readers throughout the country, but especially likes visiting the students at Bayside’s Cardozo High School. Comment

Avella, Concannon get backing from parties in state Senate race

The race for northeast Queens’ state Senate seat heated up with party endorsements for candidates on both sides of the aisle as they gear up for the Nov. 6 election. Comment

Thursday, June 14, 2012


Bell Blvd. bustles with Bayside business at BID arts fair

Vendors, local businesses, shoppers and even some high-kicking martial artists packed 41st Avenue near the Long Island Rail Road station Saturday for the Bayside Village Business Improvement District’s summer arts fair. Comment

Vacancy Notice: Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach

Queensborough Community College in Bayside is searching for a qualified, part-time assistant women’s volleyball coach. Comment


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