Bayside Times

Monday, Dec. 17, 2012

Bayside Hills

Bayside Hills lights Christmas tree and Hanukkah menorah

Bayside Hills Civic Association held its annual Holiday Lighting Festival on Bell Boulevard and 53rd Avenue. Comment

Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012


Biz Improvement District lights up Bayside for holidays

Trading on the reputation he has earned as the “anti-Claus” or “Santa Claws,” Frank Skala put on his red suit and matching hat that have come to symbolize the holiday season on Bell Boulevard. Comment

Chabad of NE Queens celebrates Hanukkah

The Chabad of Northeast Queens held a Hanukkah festival on the second night of the eight-day holiday. Comment

Checking Charities

The devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy has brought out the best in us. In addition to the first responders, the National Guard, a host of government organizations and hundreds of volunteers have helped their neighbors any way they could. Comment

Friday, Dec. 14, 2012


Rally against FAA’s flight path

I have read that the Federal Aviation Administration plans to implement its plan to change departure procedures from LaGuardia Airport. This means a constant stream of aircraft will continue coming over our homes in northeast Queens. The FAA has been “testing” the changes during the past six months and everyone has noticed the dramatic increase in noise and air pollution. Comment

Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012


Bayside man charged with killing parents

A Bayside man was charged with the murders of his mother and father over the course of about 15 months and also with attacking two police officers, the Queens district attorney said Tuesday. Comment

Electeds denounce FAA flight plans

After a six-month period in which the Federal Aviation Administration tested controversial changes in departure procedures at LaGuardia Airport, one northeast Queens lawmaker said the agency has committed to implementing the plan. Comments (5)

Bayside hoops thrill in win over Magnet

You could almost predict what would happen next as Austin Williams caught the basketball on the right wing with seconds winding down and the score tied against his neighborhood school. Comment

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012


111th sets up citizen patrol

A recent spike in burglaries has driven the 111th Precinct to mobilize residents of northeast Queens into organizing civilian patrols, the precinct’s community council said. Comments (1)


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