It was a busy week for local news in northeast Queens.
A Bayside man was arrested for allegedly murdering his parents during two separate incidents within the past year.
A Bayside High School student was named to MSG Variety’s All-New York City soccer team.
And the 111th Precinct Community Council announced that it was setting up a civilian patrol.
Here is your Week in Review.
Take a look at photos from the Bayside Hills Civic Association’s annual holiday festival. Reviews in This Week at the Movies included “Hyde Park on Hudson” and “Playing for Keeps.”
Long Island’s Plaza Theatricals announced that it would perform “Blue’s Clues” and three other plays at Queensborough Community College in the spring of 2013.
Bayside High School’s D.J. Glazer was named to the MSG Variety All-New York City soccer team and awarded a soccer scholarship to Marist College.
A Bayside man was indicted on charges of murdering his parents and attacking a police officer during questioning, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.
The 111th Precinct Community Council announced it was setting up a civilian patrol following a recent spike in burglaries. And a man whose name was not released was struck and killed while crossing the tracks at Little Neck's Long Island Rail Road station.
Take a look at Patch’s post on easy-to-make Christmas decorations.
State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, joined northeast Queens residents for a protest of a flight pattern out of LaGuardia Airport that has been driving local residents crazy during the past few months.
The Douglaston Music Group will no longer attend concerts during the year, but an organizer said there would be a holiday performance in 2013.
And the Bayside Library will close on Dec. 29 to allow for a renovation project that will take several months to complete.