Archive for November 25th, 2016

Fromer AUSA Anthony Bruce had an unsigned contract that he may have pretended before the grand jury was an executed contract. This may be prosecutorial misconduct. Frank Parlato was indicted with the Bronfmans being named as victims apparently based on a bogus contract which AUSA Bruce knew was bogus.

Parlato believes in full transparency; That includes on the prosecution side

Bruce, News, Parlato Vs. US Govt. November 25, 2016 at 7:44 pm

  The Niagara Falls Reporter has taken a lot of space this week to examine the case against Frank Parlato. We believe it is warranted not only because Parlato is the publisher and editor in chief of this newspaper and his credibility reflects on the credibility of this publication, butRead More

According to the Buffalo News, former Federal Magistrate Judge Carol Heckman wrote to AUSA Bruce that she "uncovered new evidence that exonerates Parlato. In subsequent letters, she said the evidence would prove that neither Reger nor the Bronfmans were victimized by her client."

Defense Team Tried to Demonstrate Parlato’s Innocence; were told they had orders to Indict

News, Parlato Vs. US Govt. November 25, 2016 at 12:26 pm

It might be informative to readers to get a peek inside the US Attorney’s investigation and prosecution of an American citizen. The Parlato case might be a good example of how the office works.      While trying to show the US Attorney’s office, then under William Hochul, that indictingRead More

Depression, Suicide Attempts, Risky Sex response of Niagara Falls’ youth to life in state’s “most violent” city

Depression, Suicide Attempts, Risky Sex response of Niagara Falls’ youth to life in state’s “most violent” city

Niagara Falls November 25, 2016 at 11:43 am

     The recently-released FBI report “Crime in the United States” singled out the city of Niagara Falls as having the highest rate of violent crime in all of New York State. During 2015, residents experienced 555 violent crimes, characterized as robbery, rape, murder and assault, a per capita rateRead More

A Hamilton, Ontario resident shows his love for Tesla with an awesome tat.

Hamilton, Ontario renames Street, School to Tout Tesla, while Niagara Falls Neglects Nikola

Niagara Falls November 25, 2016 at 11:39 am

     This summer the city of Hamilton, a prosperous Canadian city of over a half million inhabitants located just over the border in Ontario, renamed a portion of its heavily-traveled Burlington Street, “Nikola Tesla Boulevard”.      According to the Hamilton Community News, “Several hundred spectators attended the roadRead More

Three men with a shovel. While Mayor Paul Dyster (left) may not make a good Santa Claus for the taxpayers of Niagara Falls, he has been a good Santa to millionaire developers like Mark Hamister (center). 
Above, Hamister gets help from Mayor Dyster and Gov. Andrew Cuomo (right) in breaking ground for a small hotel with a lot of subsidies, some 300 feet from the entrance to the Niagara Falls State Park. 
The Reporter believes the deal involved initially a rigged selection scheme and later a fraudulently, provably, inflated price tag for the smallish, low amenities hotel to be built on one of the most important undeveloped sites in Niagara Falls - in order to secure millions more in taxpayer subsidies for Hamister.  
There is a chance that Dyster and Cuomo were secretly complicit in arranging the financing scheme.
As Franklin said, "Three can keep a secret if two of them are dead."
Let's see how this shakes out.

Reporter to reveal fraudulently inflated price of Hamister hotel — again

Niagara Falls November 25, 2016 at 8:44 am

Maybe this time someone will listen. We’re talking about the Hamister Hotel now being built in downtown Niagara Falls. So far we have written about it dozens of times. And so far, as far as we can tell, federal and state investigators seem content to ignore this ‘hide in plainRead More

Last year's Holly Trolley, promoted far and wide by City Hall and Old Falls Street USA, scrooged out by skipping a promised stop at City Market, kids there getting a lump of coal. Note (above) image, Mayor Dyster's face appears in the trolley.

Nothing Says Merry Christmas like the Holly Trolley!

Community News November 25, 2016 at 8:24 am

The gala “Holly Trolley” featuring Santa Claus and his public sector equivalent, Mayor Paul Dyster, will be making the holiday rounds again this year on Dec. 2. The trolley will leave City Hall at 5:15 pm, stop at Gill Creek Park at 5:20 pm, Tom Barber Park, next to Foley’sRead More

WKBW has commenced a shocking investigative series of patient neglect and abuse at the Niagara Rehab Nursing Home at 822 Cedar Ave., in Niagara Falls.

Niagara Rehab under fire for Alleged Violations

Niagara Falls November 25, 2016 at 8:21 am

There seems to be no let-up of bad news for Niagara Rehabilitation & Nursing Center as just this week Channel 7 Eyewitness News reported yet another incident involving the facility, which has frequently been the target of state investigations over the years. A patient named David Willis simply walked outRead More

Miss Marsha McWilson brings her elegance and style to Niagara Catholic for a benefit concert Sat. Dec. 10 at 6 pm.

Superb Holiday Concert at Niagara Catholic features Miss Marsha and Richie Derwald

Uncategorized November 25, 2016 at 7:41 am

Niagara Catholic High School will present an evening of musical entertainment as Miss Marsha McWilson and Richie Derwald, backed by the rhythmically tight Beautiful Music Band, perform a benefit concert on Saturday, December 10. Showtime is at 6 pm at the High School at 520 66th St. in Niagara Falls.Read More

Print Edition: Nov 24, 2016

Print Edition: Nov 24, 2016

Print Version November 25, 2016 at 1:29 am
Heron Pointe's 232 new apartments, now under construction, look similar to many apartment complexes in the pro-growth, developer friendly, Town of Amherst.  At Heron Pointe, one bedrooms are listed for rent starting at $1050 per month. Two bedrooms start at $1325 per month.

Grand Island Needs an Updated Master Plan

Community News November 25, 2016 at 12:01 am

(Editor’s note: Town of Grand Island Supervisor Nate McMurray sends out often lengthy, very well written and informative emails rather regularly to the public about the Town of Grand Island. We believe McMurray is a sincere and earnest man in a world of political cravens and is trying to doRead More

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