Bayside Times

Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013

Bayside

Bayside gets lesson on rights

The local chapter of one educational youth nonprofit said it has taken its message to Bayside with hopes of improving the borough’s mediocre human rights record, based on the grading of the Queens City Council delegation. Comment.
Bayside

FOCUS ON QUEENS: Austin Shafran kicks off Council campaign

Austin Shafran kicked off his City Council campaign at the Bay Terrace Jewish Center in Bayside. Shafran is running for the seat currently held by Councilman Dan Halloran. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 25, 2013

Bayside

Tip of the week

Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013

Bayside

Bayside black belt school honors memory of Joe Lupo

The room was packed at Bayside’s New York Black Belt Center Saturday as students, friends and family of restaurateur Joseph Lupo Sr. gathered to commemorate his life and celebrate the opening of the martial arts school that he helped make possible. Comment.
Editorial

Save the Pigs

Since his days as a city councilman, state Sen. Tony Avella has never been one to avoid the spotlight. Some might even say the man who would be the next borough president is a publicity hog. Comment.

Friday, Feb. 22, 2013

Bayside

Albanese wants more cops

Former City Councilman and Democratic mayoral candidate Sal Albanese would like to increase early education for the city’s youth, put more police on the streets and break apart the MTA should he beat out the competition and find himself in Gracie Mansion next year. Comment.
Bayside

Robbery rises, burglary dips in 111th Pct.

Robberies have contributed to a slight uptick in crime in the 111th Precinct over the last several weeks as the officers work to curb a drastic rise in burglaries in Bayside and Auburndale, NYPD crime statistics showed. Comment.

Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013

Bay Terrace

Avella hopes to stymie pig eviction

A northeast Queens lawmaker stood up for the Whitestone owners of a pet pig named Petey Tuesday demanding the city legalize sow ownership. Comments (7).
Bayside

Bayside tops Dozo for Queens crown

Bayside’s seniors were determined not to end their careers without winning an elusive borough title. The years of playing second fiddle to Cardozo had to end. Comments (2).

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