Bayside Times

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Letters

Conservative meeting reprehensible

Just when you think you have seen them at their lowest, the white-wing conservatives drop the bar even further. Comments (1).

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Bayside

Ridgewood man bites thumb on Bell Boulevard: DA

BAYSIDE — A Ridgewood man allegedly committed an assault of Shakespearean proportions when he bit a man’s thumb Feb. 20, according to documents from the Queens district attorney. Comments (1).
Bayside

Panisses keeps up streak

Add another chapter to Alexis Panisse’s stellar senior season. The Benjamin Cardozo star turned in an exceptional effort to lead her team to a sixth-straight PSAL indoor track city title in a year many thought its streak would end. Comment.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Bayside

Queens seniors learn cane-fu techniques for self-defense

When Robert Waltzer instructed a group of seniors to grab their partners and get ready to practice the footwork he had just taught them, he was not giving foxtrot lessons. Comments (1).

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Bayside

New 111th CO takes charge

Capt. Jason Huerta, the new commanding officer of the 111th Precinct, brings more than two decades’ worth of experience to his northeast Queens patrol. Comment.
Bayside

Bayside park battling drug habit

Police from the 111th Precinct said they were aware of reports from residents that a number of dealers were selling drugs in Bayside’s Marie Curie Park and narcotics detectives have been conducting an investigation. Comments (4).

Sign up for daily news emails!

Bayside Times archive

CNG: Community Newspaper Group