Bayside Times

Monday, Sept. 24, 2012


Walkers traverse Fort Totten for organ transplant fund-raiser

More than 100 people took part in a three-mile walk/run hosted by the FDNY and the Recanti Miller Transplantation Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital in Fort Totten. The event raised money for organ transplants. Comment

Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012


Soccer star talks about life on the pitch at Bayside High School

Hi! My name is Danielle Jessica Glazer, but most people call me “D.J.” for short. Throughout the years many people have asked me where my nickname came from. During Comments (1)

Friday, Sept. 21, 2012


Bayside man uses melody to move minds in classroom

What initially started as a method to bring rowdy students into a calmer learning environment for one former city teacher has blossomed into an entirely different approach to self-reflection and writing. Comments (2)
Bayside Hills

Rozic wins Democratic primary

In the wake of Nily Rozic’s Democratic primary for the state Assembly, her opponent’s hometown civic in Bayside Hills has looked inward to ask why it was not celebrating Jerry Iannece’s victory. Comments (6)

Shaky building closes stairs at Bayside station

A stairway leading to Bell Boulevard from the eastbound platform of the Long Island Rail Road station in Bayside has been closed as a precaution after a nearby building was found to be unstable, city officials said. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012


Newcomer Rozik defeats Iannece to win Democratic nod for Assembly

Fresh Meadows’ Nily Rozic achieved her goal of bringing a fresh face to the 25th District Assembly race ticket Thursday after beating her Democratic Party-backed opponent Jerry Iannece in a primary election. Comments (8)


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