Bayside Times

Tuesday, July 17, 2012


Reminisce about Bayside nightlife

A Bell Boulevard reunion is scheduled for July 21, where patrons, bartenders, workers and anyone else with fond memories of Bayside nightlife from the late 1960s can gather to remember a simpler time. Comment

Monday, July 16, 2012


Panisse tops city track stars

The city was again a hotbed for girls’ track and field talent. Comment

Patients suffer during Ozanam Hall dispute

In response to the recent news coverage about Ozanam Hall and Local 342, we wanted to share our frustration about what is happening at the home to the residents and staff. Comments (4)

Sunday, July 15, 2012


New Foodtown welcomed

Gina Winters said she couldn’t believe her eyes when she took her first steps into the newly renovated Foodtown in Bayside. She let out a wholehearted “wow” when she noticed the change of scenery. Comments (1)

Citizens United mocks the law

Wisconsin has been sold to the highest bidder: the Koch brothers and their fellow billionaire benefactors. Gov. Scott Walker’s puppeteers outspent Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett 8:1 — $31 million to $4 million. Comment

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Bay Terrace

Lawmakers vow to protect co-op tax relief

Their tax abatement program may have expired, but city officials gathered in Bay Terrace last week to assure area co-op and condo owners that they will not be hit with any surprises. Comment

Boro bosses fined in sexual harassment cases

Two women workers won sexual harassment cases against their Queens employers Tuesday when the state Division of Human Rights recognized their claims, awarding them a combined total of nearly $200,000 in damages. Comment

Gov’t should not cut services

Nonprofits that provide valuable services to the children and adults of our communities have been cut off from state money by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. We all know we are in the midst of an economic crisis in our state and country, but these organizations cannot continue to operate properly unless they receive some state financial backing. Comment

Friday, July 13, 2012


Sullivan touts dream board for BID election

Last year, Gregg Sullivan proudly coined “The New Vitality” as Bayside’s battle cry for new business. Comment

Thursday, July 12, 2012


Bayside rallies to save post office

The U.S. Postal Service broke its silence Monday after unconfirmed reports circulated that Bayside’s post officewould be closed and moved to another location a few blocks away. Comment

Dozo’s Doyle makes Post’s city first team

It took 17 years, with plenty of near-misses, but Grand Street Campus finally broke through under Coach Melvin Martinez. Comments (5)

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Stanley Peyser, 87

Stanley Peyser, a longtime Bayside resident, died Tuesday in Plainview, N.Y. He was 87. Comment

Cardozo’s lacrosse captain Ayoob among city’s best

It was a return to glory for a number of city boys’ lacrosse teams. Comment

Friday, July 6, 2012


Bayside post office set to close

Rumors that the United States Postal Service was considering closing Bayside’s post office proved to be true Friday, according to U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-Bayside). Comment


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