Bayside Times

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Letters

Shulman must be investigated

In an article in the July 8 New York Post Queens Weekly section, headlined “Shulman gets slap for illegal Willets lobby,” Claire Shulman, the former borough president, once again got away with illegal shenanigans. Comment.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Bayside

Bayside celebrates Skala’s 75th birthday on Bell Boulevard

You didn’t have to be at Frank Skala’s birthday party to know it was Frank Skala’s birthday. Comments (1).
Bayside

Ft. Totten will not get eco dock for one year

Plans to build an eco-friendly dock at Fort Totten Park will have to wait another year due to a lack of funding in the city’s capital budget, according to the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance. Comments (1).

Friday, July 20, 2012

Bayside

Bayside reacts to post office’s closure rumors

In the wake of a whirlwind of speculation over whether or not Bayside’s post office would shutter, U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-Bayside) stood up and demanded answers from the U.S. Postal Service. Comment.
Bayside

Bayside native pens book based on 9/11 experience

Looking for a great summer read? Check out Tennessean author Neil Newton’s first riveting novel, “The Railroad.” In a New York minute, the Bayside native’s life was forever impacted by his 9/11 ordeal. Skillfully combining this experience with a tale of murder and an unexpected twist, Newton even tackles hot-button issues like domestic violence and sexual abuse. Comment.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Bayside

BID election brings in new board

The Bayside Village Business Improvement District held its fourth annual meeting Monday, electing a somewhat new board with one spot still to be determined. BID executives also discussed the group’s financial outlook throughout the past year while its new executive director outlined plans for the future. Comment.
Bayside

Dozo’s Hunt secures full scholarship to Alcorn State

Tyrel Hunt was close to settling for a Division II school at this time last year. Then, before making a decision, he thought about how far he had come in one year, from a fringe rotation player to a key component at Cardozo, and he realized if he had made such strides in that short a period, why not see what the next year would hold. Comment.

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