Bayside Times

Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012

Bayside

CB 11 honors dentists who back local drug program for children

Leaders on Community Board 11 recognized four borough dentists for supporting a Bayside-based free drug education program for city children. Comment.
Bayside

Avella opponent cites Padavan-style plans

As he heads into the homestretch, Republican and Conservative challenger Joe Concannon said he hoped to unseat state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) in the Nov. 6 election by convincing voters they were better off two years ago. Comments (1).
Bayside

Illegal parking poses problems for Bayside biz

With Halloween lurking around the corner, Bayside’s Party City owner Lucy Tinari said some illegal parking was scaring away customers during one of her busiest seasons. Comments (3).
Editorial

Encourage Good Teachers

The city needs a better way to evaluate teacher performance. Teachers don’t want to be evaluated solely by scores on standardized tests and graduation rates. Comment.

Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012

Bayside

Rozic rejects voter apathy theory

Questions over voter apathy have left some supporters of Community Board 11 Chairman Jerry Iannece wondering how their candidate could have lost in September’s primary election. Comments (32).
Bayside

Three Brothers store shuts its doors on Bell

Bayside’s barbecue and butcher shop has closed on Bell Boulevard, leaving a void of Southern specialty stores in the business district. Comments (6).

Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012

Bayside

Working women conference to feature panel in Flushing

The Center for the Women of New York will host its 25th annual World of Working Women conference later this month, with a star-studded panel and lineup of guest speakers. Comment.
Bay Terrace

Political candidates invited to discuss issues at Bay Terrace forum

Key races affecting voters throughout northeast Queens will be at the forefront later this month when the Bay Terrace Community Alliance hosts a Meet the Candidates Night forum. Comment.
Bayside

Cardozo remains undefeated after win over Francis Lewis

Danny Scarola could sense the nerves in his young team heading into their first meeting with rival Francis Lewis since beating them in last year’s volleyball final. Comment.

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