Bayside Times

Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012


Queens store helps hurricane victims

I would like to mention that the Bayside Milk Farm donated a minimum of 20 cases of nonperishable food and water. An off-duty fireman picked the donation up and donated it to the Rockaways and Breezy Point. Comment

Friday, Nov. 23, 2012


Avella pledges again to shovel for seniors

With a potentially snowy winter looming, one northeast Queens lawmaker has revamped recruiting efforts to staff a snow removal for seniors program in its sophomore season. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012


CB 11 blocks Huang development

In a unanimous vote, Community Board 11 came out against allowing a controversial developer to finish four homes under construction in Bayside. Comment
Bayside Hills

Residents cited for fallen trees owned by city

Homeowners affected by fallen city trees in the wake of Hurricane Sandy were irate when they learned the city Department of Buildings had placed violations on their homes. Comments (1)

Holiday show marks 85 years for Oratorio Society

In recognition of its 85th anniversary season, the Oratorio Society of Queens will present a holiday concert next month featuring traditional Christmas and Hanukkah favorites in Bayside. Comment

Cardozo volleyball title streak snapped

Benjamin Cardozo’s two-year reign atop PSAL girls’ volleyball is over. Comment

Monday, Nov. 19, 2012


‘Makeshift’ signals make for reduced service after Sandy: LIRR

A temporary, makeshift signal system has kept the Long Island Rail Road from fully operating its full compliment of trains through tunnels affected by Hurricane Sandy earlier this month, a spokesman for the MTA said. Comment


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