Bayside Times

Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011

Letters

At least some rich Americans get it

It appears that our homegrown billionaires have decided to follow the lead of their wealthy French counterparts. They want to pay more taxes to help their country. Comment.

Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011

Bayside

St. Mary’s children celebrate holidays with Knights of Pythias

The Knights of Pythias threw a holiday party for children at St. Mary’s Healthcare System. Comment.

Friday, Dec. 16, 2011

Bayside

Bayside school goes blue over big award

A Bayside school was decked out in a certain color last week after it was named just one of 305 Blue Ribbon Schools in the entire country. Comment.
Bayside

Bayside pastor sentenced to five years in jail for sex abuse

Queens Supreme Court Justice Barry Krohn sentenced the Rev. Phillip Joubert to a five-year prison sentence Thursday after the pastor of the Community Baptist Church in Bayside was convicted last month of sexually abusing his teenage daughter in the summer of 2009. Comments (5).

Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011

Bayside

Stop horsing around city: Avella

State Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) said a recent string of highly publicized accidents in Manhattan involving horse-drawn carriages demonstrates the need to ban the industry from operating in New York City. Comments (40).
Oakland Gardens

Three cars involved in smash-up in Oakland Gardens

Four people were injured in an Oakland Gardens crash that involved three cars last Thursday evening, and one woman had to be taken out of a vehicle after the jaws of life were used, according to witnesses. Comment.

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