Bayside Times

Friday, Oct. 17, 2014


Bayside middle school blows out candles on 60th

Bayside’s Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School 74 is turning 60. Comment.
Bay Terrace

Fallen marshal honored at Ft. Totten playground

Close to 100 people clustered around a Fort Totten playground Sunday as bagpipes hummed and FDNY members tugged a navy cloth off a plaque, paying tribute to Martin “Woody” McHale. Comment.

Oakland Lake shuttered

Oakland Lake is closed to visitors until next fall. Comments (4).

Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014


Schumer unites with boro groups to fight increasing airplane noise

The groups fighting against airplane noise in Queens have enlisted what they hope is a new and strong ally. Comments (5).

Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014


Vallone co-sponsors bill to aid police dogs

City legislators want to protect police dogs from housing discrimination. Comment.

Monday, Oct. 13, 2014


Cross runs past rival Prep

The first win of the season for Holy Cross wasn’t an ordinary one. Comments (1).

Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014


Speed cameras cut traffic deaths

Speed enforcement cameras save lives and are an essential tool in New York City’s effort to reach “Vision Zero” by eliminating traffic deaths and serious injuries. The use of speed cameras has been authorized near city schools because statistics show that the deterrent helps reduce the number of crashes by as much as 27 percent and the number of serious injuries and deaths by up to 40 percent. But Bob Friedrich ignores these facts in his recent Op-ed, “Speed Cameras Masquerading as Mayor’s New Cash Cow,” choosing instead to recycle the tired and Comments (10).

Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014


CB 11 approves variance for Auburndale auto repair biz

An auto repair businesses at Francis Lewis Boulevard got what it was looking for during this month’s Community Board 11 meeting. Comments (1).

Officer ignored older Bayside man in broken wheelchair

An Open Letter to Deputy Inspector Jason Huerta of the 111th Precinct. Comments (7).

Friday, Oct. 10, 2014


Few Queens’ legislators face challenges this Nov.

The majority of Queens’ state and federal legislators do not face a challenger this Election Day, but the redistricting process that culls candidates is on the ballot. Comment.

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