Bayside Times

Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012


Barber sets up shop on Bell Boulevard

A new barbershop on Bell Boulevard aims to keep the men in and around Bayside looking sharp. Comment

Romney would have privatized Sandy relief

Hurricane Sandy, “the perfect storm,” showed President Barack Obama to be the perfect president to handle it. Before the first breeze trumpeting the imminent arrival of Sandy ruffled our hair, our president was making arrangements for the emergency relief of those who would be the possible victims. Comments (9)

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012


Avella bill tackles plane noise

After a summer in which residents throughout northeast Queens raised their voices over growing airplane noise, one state senator has introduced legislation that would put more power in the hands — and ears — of the people. Comments (6)

Friday, Nov. 16, 2012


Sandy benefits to be held in Bayside, LIC

Relief for Rockaways and Long Beach — Restaurants in Kew Gardens and Bayside are pitching in to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. Half of proceeds raised during dinner until 9 pm will go toward relief efforts. Live music and guest bartenders will be featured. Comment

Big Heart of Queens

Except for a day or two without electricity, the northern half of Queens suffered relatively little from Hurricane Sandy, but for two weeks people from Long Island City to Bayside have been doing what they could to help families in Belle Harbor and other communities devastated by winds, floods and fire. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012


Nobel winner was student at Van Buren HS

People usually assume the worst when the phone rings at 3 a.m., but former Queens resident Alvin Roth had a good feeling about who was calling in the early morning hours of Oct. 15. Comment

Jury clears Baysider eyed by FBI

The Bayside man accused by the FBI of sending a death threat to a Pennsylvania bank was found not guilty late last month in Brooklyn federal court. Comment

All Saints’ celebrates 120 years in Bayside with events, Sandy relief drive

There were dirt roads, horse-drawn carriages and farmland in Bayside when All Saints’ Episcopal Church became part of the community in 1892, so to celebrate the group’s 120th year, members gathered for a special dinner-dance and service last week. Comments (1)


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