Archive for October 13th, 2017

Once upon a time, it was the White man who outfoxed the Native Americans. All that changed when Gov. Cuomo and Mayor Dyster arrived on the scene.

Gov. Cuomo delivers bad news to the Falls, Mayor Dyster remains silent in betrayal’s wake

Local News October 13, 2017 at 5:50 am

  The silence emanating from Mayor Paul Dyster’s office was deafening in the wake of a statement by his close personal friend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, that there will be no additional state aid for Niagara Falls in the wake of the botched casino compact extension the governor himself signed. LastRead More

Cuomo jokes about Niagara Falls’ loss of casino funds

Cuomo jokes about Niagara Falls’ loss of casino funds

Niagara Falls October 13, 2017 at 5:44 am

Governor turns his back on World-Famous Tourist city “This agreement is a win-win-win; a win for the local governments of Niagara Falls, Buffalo, and Salamanca, a win for the Seneca Nation whose exclusivity will be honored, and a win for all New Yorkers with hundreds of millions of dollars comingRead More

Retired State Senator George D. Maziarz

Maziarz Case Expected to be Dismissed in November

Niagara County October 13, 2017 at 5:42 am

Sources say that the New York State Attorney General’s prosecution of George Maziarz may wind up in a dismissal. The reason: No crimes were committed. The trial was supposed to commence in September. It has been adjourned. Sources familiar with the case said that expected testimony of prosecution witnesses unraveledRead More

Councilmembers Grandinetti and Touma are attempting to postpone the budget vote to raise your taxes until after the Nov. 7 election.

Grandinetti, Touma seek to postpone budget vote until after Council election

Niagara Falls October 13, 2017 at 5:40 am

 City Councilmembers Kristen Grandinetti and Andrew Touma have come up with what they think is a great idea, that is, defer consideration of Mayor Paul Dyster’s whopping proposed tax increase until after the November election. Niagara Falls is already the most highly taxed municipality in the state based on theRead More

24 Below is the latest Third Street business to be shuttered.

Another Third Street business closes its doors

Niagara Falls October 13, 2017 at 5:36 am

USA Niagara, City wasted millions on Tourism Pipedream Niagara Falls’ “Tourist District” just received another blow with the closing of Third Street’s 24 Below Art Gallery and Cafe’ last week. Described by an Oct. 2016 article in the Niagara Gazette as a “haven for local artists,” the gallery actually doubledRead More

The offensive blackwater discharge into the Niagara River nauseated thousands of tourists on the Maid of the Mist and surrounding parkland.

Raw sewage discharge into Niagara River unacceptable to Tourism Advisory Board

State and National News October 13, 2017 at 5:34 am

  Niagara Falls Tourism Advisory Board Chairman Pat Proctor is mad as hell, and he’s not going to take it anymore. Five times since July, tourists in Niagara Falls have been treated to the spectacle of foul smelling black sludge – untreated sewage – pouring into the river below theRead More

Some Reasons why Cuomo should take Dyster to the White House

Some Reasons why Cuomo should take Dyster to the White House

Uncategorized October 13, 2017 at 5:16 am

So Andrew Cuomo is likely to run for President, and Mayor Dyster, being the governor’s finest poop boy since he got elected, may go along for the ride to Washington, DC riding on Gov. Cuomo’s coattails. And a fitting tag-a-long he is, too! With a resume rife with accomplishment duringRead More

The Right Side

The Right Side

Uncategorized October 13, 2017 at 5:04 am

By J Gary DiLaura   WHY WAS THE “BUMP STOCK” APPROVED BY ATF? Our prayers are with those souls that went to a concert for fun, a good time and ran away fearing for their lives; we feel the pain of the loved ones left behind. May God bless them all!Read More

Niagara Falls Jokes

Niagara Falls Jokes

Uncategorized October 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

Gov. Cuomo and Mayor Dyster were engaged in some small talk over lunch after a grueling five minute meeting over the missing casino revenue, and began discussing their future retirement plans. “I don’t think I’ll ever retire, but if I do, it will be after eight years in the WhiteRead More

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