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An annual Memorial Day event will be hosted Monday morning by  Bayside Hills Civic Association. Get the details here.
05/28/2021
Here's How To Commemorate Memorial Day In Bayside

An annual Memorial Day event will be hosted Monday morning by Bayside Hills Civic Association. Get the details here.

An annual Memorial Day event will be hosted Monday morning by The Bayside Hills Civic Association. Get the details here.

The Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade is on hold until next year, but you can still attend this year's service ...
05/28/2021
Memorial Day Service, Ceremony In Douglaston To Replace Parade

The Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade is on hold until next year, but you can still attend this year's service and ceremony — and contribute to the fundraiser for the 2022 parade. Read on for details.

The Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade is on hold until next year, but a service and ceremony will still be held on Monday.

05/28/2021

The unofficial start of summer is here. Tell us: What's a common barbecue food item that you think is overrated?

On Sunday, an elderly woman was struck by a driver in Bayside as she was crossing the street. On Tuesday she was pronoun...
05/28/2021
82-Year-Old Hit By Driver In Bayside Died On Tuesday: Cops

On Sunday, an elderly woman was struck by a driver in Bayside as she was crossing the street. On Tuesday she was pronounced dead, said the NYPD.

On Sunday, the elderly woman was struck by a driver in Bayside as she was crossing the street. On Tuesday she died, said the NYPD.

Spring is in full swing, which means flowers are blooming and ticks are ready to bite. Read this article to learn more a...
05/27/2021
How New York Residents Can Reduce Their Lyme Disease Risk

Spring is in full swing, which means flowers are blooming and ticks are ready to bite. Read this article to learn more about Lyme disease, how to prevent it and how to treat it quickly should you be exposed. (Sponsored)

In recognition of Lyme Disease Awareness Month, here are some helpful tips on preventing tick bites and identifying signs of Lyme disease.

The person, who is still being sought by police, broke into three businesses on Bell Boulevard early in the morning of M...
05/26/2021
Person Trashed, Burglarized Several Businesses In Bayside: Cops

The person, who is still being sought by police, broke into three businesses on Bell Boulevard early in the morning of Monday, May 17.

The person, who is still being sought by police, broke into three businesses on Bell Boulevard early in the morning of Monday, May 17.

A new 30-day challenge asks New Yorkers to send in photos shopping at their local small businesses for the chance to win...
05/25/2021
Gift Cards, Prizes Up For Grabs For NYers Who Shop Local: Mayor

A new 30-day challenge asks New Yorkers to send in photos shopping at their local small businesses for the chance to win prizes.

A new 30-day challenge asks New Yorkers to send in photos shopping at their local small businesses for the chance to win prizes.

Kathryn Garcia pulled ahead of Eric Adams and Andrew Yang with four weeks ahead of primary, according to a new poll obta...
05/25/2021
NYC Mayor's Race Has New Frontrunner, Latest Poll Shows: Report

Kathryn Garcia pulled ahead of Eric Adams and Andrew Yang with four weeks ahead of primary, according to a new poll obtained by Politico.

Kathryn Garcia pulled ahead of Eric Adams and Andrew Yang with four weeks ahead of primary, according to a new poll obtained by Politico.

New Yorkers who get vaccinated Tuesday and Thursday Madison Square Garden can win tickets for playoff games or future ga...
05/25/2021
Get Knicks Playoff Tix: NYC's Latest COVID Vaccine Incentive

New Yorkers who get vaccinated Tuesday and Thursday Madison Square Garden can win tickets for playoff games or future games.

New Yorkers who get vaccinated Tuesday and Thursday Madison Square Garden can win tickets for playoff games or future games.

New Yorkers marked one year since George Floyd's murder. "It's our job now to finish this mission," Mayor Bill de Blasio...
05/25/2021
On Anniversary Of George Floyd's Death, NYC Takes A Knee

New Yorkers marked one year since George Floyd's murder. "It's our job now to finish this mission," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

New Yorkers marked one year since George Floyd's murder. "It's our job now to finish this mission," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

The city is expected to surpass 8 million shots given on Tuesday as they ramp up a summer campaign to increase distribut...
05/25/2021
NYC On The Brink Of 8-Million Dose Vaccine Milestone, Mayor Says

The city is expected to surpass 8 million shots given on Tuesday as they ramp up a summer campaign to increase distribution.

The city is expected to surpass 8 million shots given on Tuesday as they ramp up a summer campaign to increase distribution.

The woman who hit and killed Officer Anastasios Tsakos​ while driving drunk was hit with 13 charges including manslaught...
05/25/2021
Woman Arraigned After Death Of NYPD Cop In Queens

The woman who hit and killed Officer Anastasios Tsakos​ while driving drunk was hit with 13 charges including manslaughter, says the DA.

The woman who hit and killed Officer Anastasios Tsakos​ while driving drunk was hit with 13 charges including manslaughter, says the DA.

Who will represent Bayside on the City Council? Here's where the candidates, fundraising, and endorsements in District 1...
05/25/2021
Bayside City Council Race: Where Things Stand

Who will represent Bayside on the City Council? Here's where the candidates, fundraising, and endorsements in District 19 stand.

Who will represent Bayside on the City Council? Here's where the candidates, fundraising, and endorsements in District 19 stand.

The city's 1 million public school students will all be in classrooms next school year, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on MSN...
05/25/2021
NYC Schools Will Go All In-Person, No Remote Next Year: De Blasio

The city's 1 million public school students will all be in classrooms next school year, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on MSNBC's Morning Joe.

The city's 1 million public school students will all be in classrooms next school year, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on MSNBC's Morning Joe.

The street parking was lost to outdoor dining set-ups, but it's still only a fraction of 3 million in the city.
05/24/2021
COVID-19 Cost The City 8.5K Parking Spots, Report Says

The street parking was lost to outdoor dining set-ups, but it's still only a fraction of 3 million in the city.

The street parking was lost to outdoor dining set-ups, but it's still only a fraction of 3 million in the city.

Starting with free Governors Ball tickets, the city will offer weekly prizes for New Yorkers who get vaccinated, Mayor B...
05/24/2021
NYC Kicks Off Weekly Coronavirus Vaccination Contest

Starting with free Governors Ball tickets, the city will offer weekly prizes for New Yorkers who get vaccinated, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

Starting with free Governors Ball tickets, the city will offer weekly prizes for New Yorkers who get vaccinated, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

The elderly woman was crossing the street in Bayside when a driver behind the wheel of an SUV failed to yield and hit he...
05/24/2021
82-Year-Old Hit By Driver In Bayside Is In 'Critical' State: Cops

The elderly woman was crossing the street in Bayside when a driver behind the wheel of an SUV failed to yield and hit her, said the NYPD.

The elderly woman was crossing the street in Bayside when a driver behind the wheel of an SUV failed to yield and hit her, said the NYPD.

The outdoor market will return on June 19, with $5 ticketed entry for the first time, in order to offset the usual vendo...
05/23/2021
The Queens Night Market Is Returning To Flushing Meadows In June

The outdoor market will return on June 19, with $5 ticketed entry for the first time, in order to offset the usual vendor participation fee.

The outdoor market will return on June 19, with $5 ticketed entry for the first time, in order to offset the usual vendor participation fee.

New York ranked 180th out of 182 U.S. cities, according to WalletHub, and ranked last in number of entry-level jobs and ...
05/23/2021
NYC Among Worst Places For College Graduates To Find Work: Study

New York ranked 180th out of 182 U.S. cities, according to WalletHub, and ranked last in number of entry-level jobs and affordable housing.

New York ranked 180th out of 182 U.S. cities, according to WalletHub, and ranked last in number of entry-level jobs and affordable housing.

More than 80 percent of Patch readers surveyed said they'd consider vaccinating children under 16. Most expressed confid...
05/23/2021
Patch Readers On COVID Vaccine: We'd Consider Shots For Kids

More than 80 percent of Patch readers surveyed said they'd consider vaccinating children under 16. Most expressed confidence in the vaccine.

More than 80 percent of Patch readers surveyed said they'd consider vaccinating children under 16. Most expressed confidence in the vaccine.

Drinking in public complaints more than doubled in 2020 as the city coped with the coronavirus pandemic and reshaped its...
05/23/2021
NYC Got Even Boozier During Coronavirus Pandemic, Data Shows

Drinking in public complaints more than doubled in 2020 as the city coped with the coronavirus pandemic and reshaped its alcohol laws.

Drinking in public complaints more than doubled in 2020 as the city coped with the coronavirus pandemic and reshaped its alcohol laws.

A new ranking of the best hamburgers in NYC featured everything from fine dining restaurants to Shake Shack. Here are th...
05/22/2021
Here Are The 26 Best Burgers In New York City: Eater

A new ranking of the best hamburgers in NYC featured everything from fine dining restaurants to Shake Shack. Here are the juicy details.

A new ranking of the best hamburgers in NYC featured everything from fine dining restaurants to Shake Shack. Here are the juicy details.

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***UPDATED - FD came out a 2nd time. All eight ducklings saved and reunited with mom!!**Anyone suggestions of who in NYC who can help us? FD got one duckling out. Others were found later and are in the drain. Tried 311, DEP, DEC, Bobby Horvath. Mom’s injured...
We are with an injured mother duck and one duckling. The other ducklings are in the sewer. FD rescued one ducking. We found the others when the mother sat down on the grate.
Bayside Historical Society brings you the fabulous Carl Bartlett, Jr. and his band, recorded live at the Castle. Tune in to their virtual jazz concert the weekend of May 15th — more details below.
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Open call to artists! Bayside Historical Society’s 20th Annual Winter Art Show will take place in virtual "galleries" on the BHS website during the month of February 2021. The show is open to artists working in all media who are age 18 and older and live, work, or attend school in Queens. The deadline for submissions is January 10, 2021. For complete details, requirements, and registration materials, visit
All Saints Episcopal Church, Bayside, NY, the oldest church in Bayside, is taking its 78th annual Holly Bazaar virtual. Check out the invite for details. #Bayside #NortheastQueens #shopsmallbusiness #smallbusinesssaturday https://fb.me/e/1HCnIHMaq
Garage sale Alameda ave n Douglaston parkway October 25... 9-2. Toddler boys clothes 2-4.. and ladies clothes dresses, coats and toys and more good condition 😷mask on
Corner I have Douglaston Park Way, Alameda Avenue Yard sale baby boy clothes women’s clothes books coats Halloween costumes baby boy booties size 8 UGG
Question: What do the following people all have in common? Michelle Alexander, Jeffrey Alston, Diane Anderson, Stuart Baker, Irving Barash, Louis Barcelo, Sharon Bascom, David Behrbom, Kevin Bostic, Eric Chasanoff, Janee Christensen, Ely Cohen, Freddy Concepcion, Gilbert Constant, Rulx Dagus, Renee Diamond, Diony Diaz, Vinicio Donato, Anna Eng, Lincoln Esbrand, Valerie Fata, Martin Flanzbaum, Magdalena Franco, Gabrielle Gayle, Elena Gonzalez, Jose Gonzalez, Rosario Gonzalez, Tammy Hendriks, Julia Hidalgo, Jennifer Hinds, Sharon Kaufman, Karen Kelly, Sharon King-Grant, Rose Mary Infantino, Virginia Jackson, Matthew Johnson, Alba Juliano, Lewis Kirsch, Deborah Korczynski, Edward LaTourette, Maurice Leiter, John C. Leonard, Susan Levine, Steven Littenberg, Robert Maller, Carmen Manto, Allyson Mestel-Schapira, Christopher Mondal, Edward Moroney, Alexander Meyers, Magda Napoleoni, Sharon Nearby, Kimarlee Nguyen, Hilda Pacheco, Alyssa Pantillieris, Sonya Pendleton, Roy Pikser, Myrtle Pollard, Linda Pope, Paula Pryce-Bremmer, Diane Reigger, Caleb Saint Surin, Maria Salaman, Claudia Shirley, Fatima Schmidt, Winston Silvera, Leslie Solius Verneret, Bertram Springstead, Jarod Stockwell, Robert Thoering, Anton Updale, Valerie Wilson, Yvette Vega, and Sandra Vizcaino Answer: They’re all UFT members who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. We will not allow any names to be added to this list because #MayorBillDeBlasio refuses to meet the UFT’s basic safety concerns. #GuaranteeALL3 #OnlyWhenItsSafe #SuppliesProceduresTesting #queensUFT #UnionStrong
The 27th Semi-Annual Mercedes-Benz raffle is back! Little Shelter, home of the ORIGINAL Mercedes-Raffle has tickets available now for the Fall/Winter 2021 January 10th 2021 at 3pm drawing. Tickets are limited and one out of 600 will walk away with their choice of a NEW Mercedes-Benz CLA class or $25,000. All proceeds go to helping the animals, making everyone in this exciting raffle a winner. Call to get your ticket: 631-368-8770 ext. 21 #mercedesbenz #littleshelteranimalrescue #huntington #longisland #NYC
On Saturday, July 11 at 8:30pm, my dad was run over by a tow truck on the intersection of 212th St and Bell Blvd by the Cross Island Pkwy and Fort Totten. It was a hit-and-run where the tow truck immediately fled the scene. The image in this post shows where the hit-and-run occurred. My dad survived, but we currently have no additional information about the driver, the vehicle, or the towing company the truck belongs to. If you have any information about what happened, please contact me.