It was a good week for local news in Bayside, Douglaston and Little Neck.
An advocacy group appealed a state consent order that would allow more nitrogen dumping in the Long Island Sound, which connects to Little Neck Bay.
A vandal etched his tag onto a dozen Bell Boulevard businesses windows and a Bayside man died in a plane crash on Long Island.
And the Islanders announced a 25-year deal with the Barclays Center.
Here is your Week in Review.
A Bayside man and another from Fresh Meadows died after their plane crashed on Long Island’s Moriches Inlet.
Reviews in This Week at the Movies included “Paranormal Activity 4,” “Holy Motors” and “The Sessions.”
Save the Sound, a Connecticut-based advocacy group, appealed a consent order that would allow more nitrogen to be dumped in local waters.
As many as 14 businesses were tagged by a vandal along Bell Boulevard. And the Islanders signed a 25-year deal with the Barclays Center.
The Bayside Historical Society talked with Patch about its 11th annual Totten Trot.
This week’s Meet the Owner profile is Dina Amatuccio, of Bayside’s Cascarino’s.
Take a look at Patch’s list of the worst items to hand out to trick or treaters on Halloween.