Bayside native son rediscovers hometown
by Tim Delaney
10:00 AM, Sunday, February 07
BAYSIDE – A Gulf Station, Hubble Store next to the Knox Market Store, Triplet Store on Mitchell Street, the Dew Drop Inn and the Orville fuel station – to name a few – kept the city bustling and buzzing like a bee. Most of those businesses existed...

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