Archive for November 3rd, 2016

Progressive Foreign Policy Fails Again

Columns November 3, 2016 at 11:13 pm

By Jim Ostrowski Note: This is an excerpt from The Impeachment of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for High Crimes in Syria and Libya, by Michael Ostrowski and James Ostrowski (2016). What happened in Libya and Syria is simply a manifestation of a very dangerous mindset known as progressivism. ProgressivismRead More

CERETTO AGAIN BREAKS CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS

CERETTO AGAIN BREAKS CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS

News November 3, 2016 at 8:06 pm

Campaign breaks 24-hour notice disclosure laws Assembly candidate Angelo Morinello today filed a complaint with the State Board of Elections demanding John Ceretto comply with the law and tell voters who gave him $320,000 for his latest television advertising buy. On Tuesday, Ceretto purchased $320,000 in television advertisements for theRead More

Critics say career politician’s arrogance is cause for concern

Critics say career politician’s arrogance is cause for concern

Niagara County November 3, 2016 at 4:11 pm

by Matthew Ricchiazzi John Ceretto is the quintessential career politician, first elected to public office in 1995 when he ran for the Lewiston Town Board as a Democrat.  He stood quietly and waited his turn for advancement, and was eventually elected to the Niagara County Legislature’s 12th district in 2005.Read More

The policies of Mayor Paul Dyster, as implemented during his nine years in office, have ensured that the city's  waterfront, and the economic prosperity that should come with it, will flow to Albany for decades to come.

Buffalo Waterfront Renewal proceeds apace with Front Park road removal, Niagara Falls lags, cedes waterfront benefits to State

Niagara Falls November 3, 2016 at 2:50 am

While Buffalo enjoys a massive renaissance of waterfront reclamation and renewal, Niagara Falls has been left behind. This is because, from the Grand Island bridge to the Falls and north to the Power Project, miles upon miles of Niagara Falls waterfront are owned and operated by State Parks and NYPA,Read More

Print Edition: Nov 3, 2016

Print Edition: Nov 3, 2016

Print Version November 3, 2016 at 1:37 am
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Figure 1. While Buffalo has stabilized its population loss over recent years, Niagara Falls is still losing people at a steady clip.

Slight Niagara Falls Crime decrease attributable to demographics, state trends

Niagara Falls November 3, 2016 at 1:32 am

Last week we reported statistics obtained from the the 2015 FBI annual report “Crime in the United States”, which officially ranked Niagara Falls as being the most violent city in New York State. Of course, this was not good news for a city that wishes to present itself to theRead More

Debilitated Dog needs Helping Hand

Debilitated Dog needs Helping Hand

Community News November 3, 2016 at 1:17 am

A Niagara Falls woman has reached out to the Reporter to help save a family dog, which is desperately ill. “Please help Belle,” Jessica Lynn Stewart pleaded on Facebook, “She is a 4 month old mastiff/bull dog and has just been diagnosed with a rare medical condition. She has aRead More

Hon. Angelo J. Morinello

MORINELLO ENDORSED BY THE BUSINESS COUNCIL OF NEW YORK STATE

Niagara County November 3, 2016 at 1:08 am

Angelo Morinello, candidate for the 145th Assembly District, has received yet another endorsement from a state business group, The Business Council of New York State, Inc. This is the fourth business advocacy endorsement Judge Morinello has received after Unshackle Upstate, the National Federation of Independent Business and the Associated BuildersRead More

Update on the State of the art “Welcome Center”

Update on the State of the art “Welcome Center”

News November 3, 2016 at 12:58 am

Grand Island has been selected as the location for a planned NEW state of the art “Welcome Center” that will be located just off the thruway.  According to Grand Island Supervisor Nate McMurray. the welcome center will not be a tourist trap or merely a rest stop. It will purportedly featureRead More

MORINELLO: STRENGTH, EMOTION & CARE NEEDED TO COMBAT HEROIN EPIDEMIC

MORINELLO: STRENGTH, EMOTION & CARE NEEDED TO COMBAT HEROIN EPIDEMIC

Niagara County November 3, 2016 at 12:48 am

State Assembly hopeful outlines heroin & opioid legislative agenda “As a judge, I’ve seen this tragic heroin epidemic rip through our communities, fracture families and take too many young lives. But, I’ve also seen how second chances have given many of our neighbors and their families a new and meaningfulRead More

Final preparations are being made at the location of Chelsea Clintons wedding. Bill and Hillary Clinton's only daughter is set to marry Marc Mezvisky on Saturday July 31st at Astor Courts, near Rhinebeck, NY. Workers have erected a huge white marquee for Clinton's star studded reception as well as a gazebo where the couple will possibly tie the knot. Marked police are parked on site for added security.

The Right Side, Part I

Uncategorized November 3, 2016 at 12:33 am

Trump OR Clinton…LIVES ARE REALLY AT STAKE!!! By J Gary DiLaura Imagine that you are about to board a commercial airplane with your family and you have to make a decision between two pilots, one an arrogant male and one an arrogant female. The male has been flying large commercialRead More

The Right Side, Part II

The Right Side, Part II

Uncategorized November 3, 2016 at 12:32 am

By J Gary DiLaura Hillary Clinton and Toast: Both Are Done! From the time that FBI Director Comey made the announcement that, although Hillary broke numerous laws, he did not believe there was ENOUGH evidence to prove intent in a court of law…then current and former FBI agents and executivesRead More

Return to the Grand Hamister and Niagara Falls

Return to the Grand Hamister and Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls November 3, 2016 at 12:10 am

By Peter A. Reese Last Sunday, my bride and I stopped by the bar at the Four Points Sheraton in LaSalle. We struck up a conversation with a nice young couple from Pennsylvania and got to reminiscing about our visit to the Grand Hamister last summer (See “Staying at theRead More

The real Frank Dux (r) in front of the man that played him, Jean Claude Van Damme.

Legendary Martial Artist Frank Dux’s Arrival in Niagara Falls Reminds Readers there are some Great Fighters here

Niagara Falls November 3, 2016 at 12:08 am

Following the publication of an interview with martial arts legend Frank Dux — Jim Allcorn of Niagara Falls wrote to remind us that our area has several great martial artists and fighters who have resided, fought and/or taught here for years. Dux, who divides his time between Los Angeles, HoustonRead More

Matteo Anello got $40,000. The lawyers got more than $250,000. The taxpayers paid for all of it.

The Matteo Case: And the winner is… The Lawyers!

Niagara Falls November 3, 2016 at 12:07 am

“The judicial process is like a cow. The public is impaled on its horns, the government has it by the tail, and all the while the lawyers are milking it.” – anonymous The final disposition of the (Matteo) Anello v. (Robert) Anderson case came down last week in the formRead More

Matteo Anello Happy Suit Finally Settled

Matteo Anello Happy Suit Finally Settled

News November 3, 2016 at 12:04 am

“I’m happy it is settled, it has been quite a stretch,” said Matteo Anello on Wednesday, the day after the Niagara Falls City Council voted unanimously to settle his federal free-speech lawsuit dating back nine years for $156,414.25 with $40,469 going to Anello and the rest to his attorneys inRead More

Amtrak Vague on Train Station Deal

Amtrak Vague on Train Station Deal

Niagara Falls November 3, 2016 at 12:02 am

While Mayor Paul Dyster’s proposed 2017 budget includes a $172,000 payment from Amtrak as a tenant at the currently empty $43 million train station, there is still no agreement on a lease although in a statement to the Niagara Falls Reporter on Wednesday, Amtrak said work on an agreement isRead More

Alfred E. Ceretto

Niagara Falls jokes

Uncategorized November 3, 2016 at 12:01 am

The word ‘politics’ is derived from the Greek word ‘poly’, meaning ‘many’, and the word ‘ticks’, meaning ‘disgusting little blood-sucking parasites’. *** There’s no truth to the rumor that Assemblyman Ceretto has been having an affair during his lunch hour – there’s no way he’d give up lunch for sex.Read More

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