Bayside Times

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Bayside

Developer eyes sequel to Bell Blvd. building

It would be hard to walk the streets of Bayside without seeing the Briarwood Organization’s work. The real estate firm announced its 100th-year celebration, which coincides with the construction of a new office building on Bell Boulevard. Comment.
Bayside

Donated kidney gives Bayside man new lease on life

Bayside’s Tommy Chang spoke from the heart when remembering his kidney transplant after waiting almost nine years for the procedure. Comment.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Bayside

Iannece to run for Assembly

After looking at the newly drawn state Assembly districts, Community Board 11 Chairman Jerry Iannece said he could not help but notice how it included much of his political and professional jurisdiction. Comment.
Letters

St. Mary’s more a matter of big business

I would like to address your March 22-28 Bayside Times editorial “Skala Rides Again.” I have lived in the immediate neighborhood of St. Mary’s Hospital for the better part of 60 years. I remember when the original building was erected. It was run by Episcopal nuns, who lovingly tended to the chronically ill children in their care. Comment.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Bayside

Dozo shocks PSAL city champion GW

Three weeks ago, Cardozo began its baseball season in Washington Heights to see how it measured up against powerhouse George Washington, the defending PSAL Class A city champion. After finding themselves in a huge 11-run hole, the Judges rallied against the Trojans backups. They left feeling good after the narrow defeat, taking a moral victory back with them to Queens. Comment.
Bayside

Bayside softball wins for cancer-fighting coach

Bayside’s postgame celebrations this year might as well be sponsored by AT&T. Comment.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Bayside

Inappropriate language sidelines Dozo softball coach

The longtime Cardozo softball coach has been removed pending an investigation into his “inappropriate language,” and players, parents and fellow teachers are not happy, the New York Post has learned. Comment.
Letters

Pols shouldn’t jump at chance to run

It is interesting how politicians vying to be elected to an office and promising to protect and serve us are jumping quite fast to leave office. Comment.

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