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Little Evidence To Support City’s Link With Underground Railroad

Little Evidence To Support City’s Link With Underground Railroad

Niagara Falls March 24, 2016 at 6:41 am

  Is the decision by the city’s Underground Railroad Commission to broaden the scope of what was to have been the Underground Railroad interpretive center at the Whirlpool Street train station a tacit admission that Niagara Falls has little if any Underground Railroad history of its own to begin with?Read More

Niagara Falls Will Be Competing With Cincinnati  Underground Railroad Museum

Niagara Falls Will Be Competing With Cincinnati Underground Railroad Museum

Niagara Falls March 24, 2016 at 6:37 am

Before the Civil War, the Ohio River meant freedom. Even though it was the primary water route for the still-thriving American slave trade, the river was also the border between the slave states of the South and the free states of the Northwest Territory. This attracted escaping slaves and abolitionistsRead More

Underground Railroad Related Tourism Competition Healthy?

Underground Railroad Related Tourism Competition Healthy?

Niagara Falls March 24, 2016 at 6:32 am

The Castellani Freedom Crossing exhibit at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center and the Underground Railroad interpretive center at the new Whirlpool Street train station won’t just be competing with each other, they’ll be competing with museums all around the country designed to lure tourists interested in former slaves escapingRead More

NACC to open Underground Railroad exhibit before city’s is ready to go

NACC to open Underground Railroad exhibit before city’s is ready to go

Niagara Falls March 24, 2016 at 6:26 am

For Bill Bradberry, history is both an avocation and a passion. A decade ago, he became deeply involved when the Castellani Art Museum at Niagara University undertook its Freedom Crossing exhibit, and when Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster announced the formation of an Underground Railroad Commission to mount an exhibitionRead More

Three Sisters Islands was fenced and paved with expensive granite as part of the Niagara Falls State Park “Landscape Improvements” plan. Now it must be closed for several months of the year because people kept slipping and falling on the slippery stone.

Pavers in Niagara State Park an Ongoing Scandal Overpriced Granite a Taxpayer Rip-off

Niagara Falls March 24, 2016 at 5:54 am

Two years ago this month, Reporter publisher Frank Parlato exposed in these pages what appeared to be a blatant case of bid-rigging perpetrated by the Saratoga Springs, NY-based LA Group, a landscape architecture firm chosen by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation to implement portionsRead More

Critics of Mixed Martial Arts say that the character of audiences for this sport/spectacle are not dissimilar to those who enjoyed the contests of the Roman-era gladiators. The big difference is that all MMA contestants enter the ring voluntarily.

Mixed martial arts promoters have tough road despite passage

Erie County March 24, 2016 at 12:51 am

It may be bloody and highly controversial, but mixed martial arts will be coming to New York in the not too distant future, and the popular sport will then face the challenge of lining up promoters to meet the re-quirements contained in the bill passed by the Assembly this weekRead More

Amber Small, Democratic candidate for 60th district State Senate seat.

Shaky union support may have delivered key blow to Panepinto

Erie County March 24, 2016 at 12:49 am

It could be more than an office scandal and financial pressures that drove State Sen. Marc Panepinto’s decision two weeks ago not to seek a second-term in the 60th District only days after the Erie County Democratic Committee endorsed him for re-election. Political sources tell this newspaper that his unionRead More

Caroline Wojtaszek has announced she will run for Niagara County DA.

Complaints against violent no surprise to lawyer representing Donatello

News March 24, 2016 at 12:47 am

It was in the Sept. 3, 2013 editions of the Niagara Falls Reporter that I broke the story that one of the top prosecutors in the Niagara County District Attorney’s Office was threatening to bring legal action against the county on her claims that she had been discriminated against inRead More

A chance to win the Stanley Cup [above] will elude all of the Canadian teams in the NHL this year. This is rare. A chance to win the Stanley Cup will also elude the Buffalo Sabres. This is not at all rare.

N-oh, Canada: All Canada based teams to miss Stanley Cup playoffs

Uncategorized March 24, 2016 at 12:42 am

By Andrew Kuylk and Peter Farrell 1970. That was the last time that Canada was shutout from the NHL postseason. Back then it was a 12 team league, Buffalo and Vancouver would be the expansion entrants the following year. The two Canadian teams, Toronto and Montreal, failed to qualify inRead More

Debunkers and believers asked to weigh in on  ghostly couch picture
This photograph of a two-year-old on a couch raises the question of whether “Peg” the witch has made an appearance.

Debunkers and believers asked to weigh in on ghostly couch picture

Community News March 24, 2016 at 12:21 am

A family living in the historic Oliver Street District in North Tonawanda submitted to Artvoice a photograph of their almost two-year-old daughter sitting on their couch. Readers may be able to discern an image on the couch of what appears to be an elderly woman whose countenance might be describedRead More

NU Community Kitchen Awarded $50,000 Grant

Community News March 24, 2016 at 12:11 am

Niagara University’s Community Kitchen pilot project was awarded a ‘NobleCause’ grant from NobleHour, a community engagement platform. The project was one of 100 efforts across the country recognized and rewarded for raising community awareness, fostering partnerships, and cultivating leaders who take action. In total, the ‘NobleCause’ competition awarded $1,000,000 inRead More

Red Cross has significant need for type O negative blood Type O negative is often needed in trauma situations

Community News March 24, 2016 at 12:09 am

The American Red Cross has a significant need for type O negative blood donors to donate blood for patients. Type O negative blood can be transfused to patients with any blood type and is often used in emergency situations. While less than 7 percent of the U.S. population has typeRead More

Groom proposes through Artvoice Ad,  Prospective Bride Says ‘Yes”

Groom proposes through Artvoice Ad, Prospective Bride Says ‘Yes”

Community News March 24, 2016 at 12:07 am

Readers of our sister publication, Artvoice, may have noticed in the last edition of Artvoice a full page advertisement which, on behalf of Mr. Gene Dolan, popped the question: “Terry Lynn Fisher Will You Marry Me?” We are happy to report the bride said “yes.” Prospective groom Dolan’s plan wasRead More

Cuomo’s Pledge To Remove Robert Moses Is A Job Half Done

State and National News March 24, 2016 at 12:04 am

Governor Andrew Cuomo deserves credit for his $40 million pledge – announced at the Niagara Falls Conference Center on Monday – to remove the portion of the Robert Moses Parkway that abuts the Niagara Gorge. In recent years activists have been aggressively organizing to remove the elevated highway that stretchesRead More

Candidacies for Niagara County DA’s Race May Presents Curious Contest Between Maziarz- Wojtaszek Allies

Candidacies for Niagara County DA’s Race May Presents Curious Contest Between Maziarz- Wojtaszek Allies

Niagara County March 24, 2016 at 12:02 am

By Emma Gibbs It did not take long after the recent resignation of Niagara County District Attorney Michael Violante to bring out the “wanabees” to become the County’s next top prosecutor. The first to announce, from what could well be a long list of candidates, was North Tonawanda Democrat CarolineRead More

City Spending $2 Million A Year To Promote Tourism But Board Says New Position Needed
Tourism advisory board members say the city needs a taxpayer funded city tourism director to help get people to come to Niagara Falls and to make their stay more rewarding.

City Spending $2 Million A Year To Promote Tourism But Board Says New Position Needed

Niagara Falls March 23, 2016 at 11:53 pm

Does the city of Niagara Falls, which already pays an outside agency around $2 million a year to promote tourism, need to create a new governmental position to promote tourism? And does it need the Tourism Advisory Board, a group of well-meaning and politically connected amateurs put together by MayorRead More

Touma Wants Water, Sewer Rate Reductions in Wake of State Audit

Niagara Falls March 23, 2016 at 11:50 pm

The state audit released on Wednesday that found that the Niagara Falls Water Board and Water Authority had millions of dollars in excess funds sitting around as the city was looking for help to repair water lines on 72nd Street caught Council President Andrew Touma by complete surprise. “I wasRead More

Tompkins Responds to Water Board Surplus Reports Calls for Drof’s Resignation

Niagara Falls March 23, 2016 at 11:47 pm

Niagara Falls, NY (March 23, 2016) – Niagara Falls City Councilman Kenny Tompkins responded tonight to the announcement of Niagara Falls Water Board audit findings re-leased today that identified an undisclosed surplus of $6.3 million. “How do you NOT know that you have over $6 million dollars? This is simplyRead More

Niagara Catholic Skype with Sudan’s Salva:

Community News November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

On March http://southbuffalonews.com7, 20http://southbuffalonews.com6, Niagara Catholic Jr./Sr. High School students, faculty, and staff had the opportunity to Skype with Salva from South Sudan, Africa.  Salva leads Water for South Sudan, Inc., a non-profit organization he founded in 2003.  Salva educates people and fund-raises for the work of Water for SouthRead More

Print edition Mar 24

Print edition Mar 24

Uncategorized November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

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