Archive for October, 2016

Super dunce Ethan Evans is arrested after being filmed attacking NEW 4 reporter and photographer.

Art Alley is Scene of Super Stupid Criminal

News October 27, 2016 at 5:43 am

A public art display of some 19 murals on exterior walls of buildings on an alley between the 400 block of Third Street and Ferry Avenue has been renamed “Art Alley”. As an unfortunate coincidence of the unveiling of this new and artistic alley – and in keeping with Niagara Falls’Read More

The Niagara Falls Reporter regrets it was unable to obtain a photograph of Sharon Turner by press time. This is an artist's conception of Miss Turner as she was stopped  by police on suspicion of drunk driving.

Feisty Lady Caught Driving Drunk But Bottomless, Becomes Butt of Cruel Jokes

News October 27, 2016 at 5:35 am

NIAGARA FALLS – People can be cruel. No sooner had a story appeared in the Buffalo News about how Niagara Falls Police pulled over a lady driver Saturday night only to find her not only drunk but naked from the waist down, did people start making not so nice cracks aboutRead More

Will Bernie Sanders and Jim DePasquale be able to defeat witches and flying monkeys just one week after Halloween?

Hillary or Trump? How about Bernie and DePasquale!

Opinion October 27, 2016 at 4:43 am

By John Duke While watching my favorite political shows on Sunday, Deface the Nation and Meet the Depressed, I decided there was no way I could vote for either major party candidate. I couldn’t vote for Trump because for some unknown reason all the fair and balanced television stations areRead More

Frank Dux Speaks to the Reporter on Self Defense, 2nd Amendment, Niagara Falls

Frank Dux Speaks to the Reporter on Self Defense, 2nd Amendment, Niagara Falls

Uncategorized October 27, 2016 at 4:26 am

The other day we sat down with Frank Dux (pronounced “dukes”), legendary martial artist and fight choreographer who is visiting Western New York to explore film opportunities here, among other business ventures. Dux established his own school of Ninjitsu in 1975, called Dux Ryu Ninjutsu. An article about his exploitsRead More

A  tale of two leaders who left lasting legacies in Niagara Falls

A tale of two leaders who left lasting legacies in Niagara Falls

Opinion October 27, 2016 at 3:29 am

One sinister, one heroic: Robert Moses and Frederick Olmsted by Nate McMurray, Supervisor of Grand Island In the last several months I have heard the name Olmsted thrown around a lot. Several people have actually told me that he designed West River Parkway and thus it must be preserved. DidRead More

Owner Still Grieves Over Ordeal in Dog’s Dying Days

Owner Still Grieves Over Ordeal in Dog’s Dying Days

Community News October 27, 2016 at 2:50 am

Perhaps the great Will Rogers said it best:  “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.” All of us who know and love dogs understand what the great man was saying because I’m sure most of us feel exactly theRead More

FBI ranks Niagara Falls as most Dangerous City in New York State

FBI ranks Niagara Falls as most Dangerous City in New York State

Niagara Falls October 27, 2016 at 2:33 am

The 2015 report “Crime in the United States”, published annually by the FBI, has officially ranked the city of Niagara Falls as being the most violent city in New York State. There were a total of 555 violent crimes reported for Niagara Falls for all of 2015. Based on aRead More

Minnie Pearl he ain't, but you must admit, the Mayor does look quite comely sporting his new custom headgear.

$585,000 Commemorative Sculpture Another Example of Public Art

Niagara Falls October 27, 2016 at 2:30 am

We think that this Art Alley/public art initiative has a great deal of potential, especially when Mayor Paul Dyster’s breathtaking Boundary Waters Commemorative sculpture gets its grand dedication at the center of the Rainbow Boulevard traffic circle, just down Third Street a few blocks. Not that the classic stainless steelRead More

It says, "Niagara Falls, New York" in case you were wondering.

Third Street’s “Art Alley” opens to Admiration, Acclaim, Assault

Niagara Falls October 27, 2016 at 1:52 am

“This will be a perfect backdrop for tourists, as well as wedding parties,” said Seth Piccirillo, Director of Niagara Falls Community Development, “We want people to come in here and take pictures.” We decided to take Mr. Piccirillo up on his kind suggestion and, as you can see on theseRead More

Anti-Abortion Activist Sensabaugh Passes at 81

Anti-Abortion Activist Sensabaugh Passes at 81

Niagara Falls October 27, 2016 at 1:31 am

We were saddened to learn of the passing last week of Carol Sensabaugh of Niagara Falls, a retired cosmetologist who devoted much of her time and energy to fighting legalized abortion. Pro-life, as well as a Pro-lific writer of letters to the editor to local dailies such as the NiagaraRead More

Morinello: A Refreshing Change from the Norm

Morinello: A Refreshing Change from the Norm

Niagara Falls October 27, 2016 at 12:02 am

Choolokian Castigates Ceretto for Lack of Principles By Glenn Choolokian When you think about the people who are representing our city, do you envision them trying to serve themselves, their political party or the people that they represent? Which do you think is right? I think most of us wouldRead More

Niagara Falls Jokes

Niagara Falls Jokes

Uncategorized October 27, 2016 at 12:01 am

  Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster’s new budget has both good and bad news. The good news is that he found $192,000 in the budget to fund the empty Niagara Falls train station next year. The bad news is – it’s still in your pocket. *** Mayor Dyster was out forRead More

Former State Senator George Maziarz has consistently denied wrongdoing. After one investigation, the US Attorney did not charge him. Now sources say the State Attorney General is looking at his campaign funding.

Maziarz May Not Be Out of the Woods Just Yet, as Probe Heats Up

News October 21, 2016 at 10:16 am

Is  former State Senator George Maziarz out of the woods nearly two years after he left office under the cloud of a federal investigation?  While Maziarz left office denying he was being chased out, it appears the investigation into Maziarz’s campaign account is now in the hands of the StateRead More

This simple CO2 fire extinguisher can take the place of a gun in subduing a dog on a police raid.

Niagara Falls Police Praised, as Buffalo Police Spark outrage over killing of dogs

News October 20, 2016 at 2:13 am

Buffalo Police urged to use fire extinguishers like Niagara Falls does to save, not kill, dogs in raids In the past few weeks THe Niagara Falls Reporter and its sister publication Artvoice have published a series of stories about how police killed pit bulls in paramilitary drug raids that yieldedRead More

State Assembly districts gerrymandered downstate to hold fewer Democrats, ergo, more districts.

Partisan gerrymandering maintains Incumbents, Subverts will of New York State voters

State and National News October 20, 2016 at 1:47 am

Democracy is on life-support in this country, especially in New York State, and here’s why.   Spending by super PACs, and in New York through the so-called LLC loophole, is an enormously corrupting influence on the integrity of our political system. Unlimited money flowing into campaigns, necessitating that public officialsRead More

State Department of Transportation dump trucks block off the Robert Moses Parkway as it enters the Niagara Power Project in the days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Did Parkway Removal speech trigger Power Project Terror Drills?

Niagara Falls October 20, 2016 at 1:34 am

  On Wednesday, Sept. 21, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms blew up two buses and an unidentified third vehicle at an unused quarry on Rochester Road in Gasport, as part of a demonstration of what things look like after they’ve been blown up.   Later in theRead More

Construction begins on new cardiac catheterization lab at Heart Center of Niagara

Construction begins on new cardiac catheterization lab at Heart Center of Niagara

Community News October 20, 2016 at 1:21 am

Construction is under way on the new cardiac catheterization laboratory in The Heart Center of Niagara at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. The lab is the result of a unique community collaboration between Catholic Health, Kaleida Health, Erie County Medical Center Corporation and Niagara Falls Memorial to address the pressingRead More

The End of our beautiful Ash Trees?

The End of our beautiful Ash Trees?

News October 20, 2016 at 1:17 am

By Jared Porter The city of Niagara Falls needs to act now to combat the invasive Emerald Ash Borer beetle. The beetles only attack ash trees about 6″ in diameter or more. Therefore, cutting down infected trees before they die allows them to send up new growth that won’t beRead More

Frank Dux, a living martial arts legend, divides his time between Los Angeles, Houston and Western New York.

“DON’T FOLLOW THE CROWD”

Columns October 20, 2016 at 1:10 am

By Frank W. Dux (Editor’s note: Frank Dux is the legendary martial artist, teacher, author, fight choreographer, stunt coordinator, film writer, consultant, security advisor, coauthor of the US Navy SEAL Special Warfare Combat Fighting Course used by military elite units throughout the world, and holder of 16 martial arts worldRead More

The Right Side

The Right Side

Opinion October 20, 2016 at 12:57 am

WHAT THE FBI AND COMEY DIDN’T DO, BUT STILL CAN! By J Gary Dilaura In any investigation there is a subject or subjects with one or more being a main subject. When you encounter a single subject case, the investigation is generally more difficult. If there are 10, 15 or moreRead More

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