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Anti-Semitism Claims Against Lawyer Led to Disbarment; Might Lead to RICO Charges Against Corrupt CT Family Court Judge Gerard Adelman

Anti-Semitism Claims Against Lawyer Led to Disbarment; Might Lead to RICO Charges Against Corrupt CT Family Court Judge Gerard Adelman

News, State and National News May 16, 2022 at 6:54 pm

Nickola Cunha is a divorce lawyer. Allegedly, she made antisemitic claims about Judge Gerard I. Adelman. This led to her disbarment. She said Judge Adelman favors Jewish lawyers and Jewish therapists. He is Jewish.  This series will examine Cunha’s alleged anti-Semitic statements. We will also examine whether Judge Thomas G. MoukawsherRead More

Parcel 0 -#3: The Battle Between Restaino and NFR Is on Over 12 Acres of Land– Meet the Combatants

Parcel 0 -#3: The Battle Between Restaino and NFR Is on Over 12 Acres of Land– Meet the Combatants

Featured, Local News, News, Niagara Falls, Parcel 0 February 1, 2023 at 4:06 am

Part #3 on Parcel 0. This is Part #3 of a series on Niagara Falls Mayor Robert Restaino’s attempt to force the sale of 12 acres of a private company’s land to develop an events center and park project that the City does not have the money to develop. TheRead More

Parcel 0 is ground zero for a war over what is right and best for 12acres of downtown property.

Parcel 0: Pat Whelan, Former NGTI Director: Mayor’s Centennial Park Bound to Fail

Featured, Local News, News, Niagara Falls, Parcel 0 January 30, 2023 at 6:34 pm

Parcel 0 is a 12-acre site in downtown Niagara Falls, owned by Niagara Falls Redevelopment LLC [NFR]. Both NFR has a plan for Parcel 0 and Niagara Falls Mayor Robert Restaino has a plan.   NFR wants to build a Data Center on their land. Mayor Restaino wants to use eminentRead More

Parcel 0 –Reporter Investigates City’s Fight With NFR Over Best Use – Data Center or Events Center

Parcel 0 –Reporter Investigates City’s Fight With NFR Over Best Use – Data Center or Events Center

Featured, Local News, Parcel 0 January 30, 2023 at 7:03 am

A battle is heating up in Niagara Falls, NY. It is a fight over property rights, the government’s use of eminent domain to force the sale of private property, and the highest and best use for a property that is a gateway location for both the City and for aRead More

Promote your Business, sign up for “WNY Shopping with Pride”

Promote your Business, sign up for “WNY Shopping with Pride”

Niagara County January 27, 2023 at 9:58 am

ATTENTION WNY LGBTQ+ & ALLY OWNED BUSINESSES: Be Part of WNY Shopping with Pride 2023 (www.wnyshoppingwithpride.org) WNY Shopping with Pride is a unique fundraiser for Niagara Pride, Inc. which not only serves to help raise funds to support local LGBTQ+ programs and services, but also highlights and celebrates locally ownedRead More

National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest now open

National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest now open

State and National News January 26, 2023 at 12:22 pm

OJJDP invites fifth graders to participate in the 40th Annual National Missing Children’s Day poster contest. The theme of this year’s poster contest is “Bringing Our Missing Children Home.” This contest creates an opportunity for teachers and school administrators, law enforcement personnel, and other child advocates to discuss the issueRead More

Coffee with Chris and Assemblyman Morinello

Coffee with Chris and Assemblyman Morinello

Niagara Falls January 24, 2023 at 10:34 am

New York State Assemblyman Angelo Morinello will join County Legislator Chris Voccio at Coffee with Chris on Saturday, February 4th at 9:00 a.m. “Assemblyman Morinello has vast experience as both a judge and a state legislator and should bring an interesting perspective,” Voccio said. Coffee with Chris is held atRead More

Dear Sir or Madam, will you read my book? NACC Winter Writer’s Group to meet

Dear Sir or Madam, will you read my book? NACC Winter Writer’s Group to meet

Community News January 21, 2023 at 9:33 pm

Winter Writer’s Group The NACC Peer to Peer Writer’s group welcomes you. Winter Writer’s Group January 14th – March 25, 2023 SATURDAYS 10:30am – 12 Noon Please bring your writing to share with the group We will continue to meet via ZOOM…so no need to worry about weather. If youRead More

Ask Flavio: An Emotional Pandemic

Ask Flavio: An Emotional Pandemic

Ask Flavio January 21, 2023 at 11:12 am

At this present moment we are living under a dark cloud which I call FEAR. When we speak of fear it means there is an absence of courage, and what fuels courage is FAITH. With faith we can focus and believe that all is possible – health, love, peace andRead More

Ribbon-Cutting to take place on new LaSalle Police Substation

Ribbon-Cutting to take place on new LaSalle Police Substation

Niagara Falls January 18, 2023 at 6:29 pm

Niagara Falls Mayor Restaino and Niagara Falls Water Board Announce New Police Substation Agreement will improve police response in LaSalle area and increase security at Water Treatment Plant with no added cost to public. Niagara Falls Mayor Robert Restaino and Nicholas Forster, Chairman of the Niagara Falls Water Board, announcedRead More

City Council meeting tonight, 6 pm, Street Closures on Agenda

City Council meeting tonight, 6 pm, Street Closures on Agenda

Niagara Falls January 18, 2023 at 11:23 am

Tonight’s agenda includes the proposed partial abandonment of several alleys, including those situated 1) south of James Avenue and parallel to Highland 2) part of Second Street north of Walnut 3) part of 17th Street between Delaware and Pennsylvania 4) and a 330 foot portion of Delaware Avenue

Forget Centennial Park… Fix the Streets!

Forget Centennial Park… Fix the Streets!

Niagara Falls January 12, 2023 at 11:34 am

Geraldine Sankey, a well-known Niagara Falls resident dedicated to improvement of the community, posted the following on Facebook yesterday: “Niagara Falls is a very small city. So I decided to ride around and capture a few of our beautiful streets. (Does) this make sense? So if we can build aRead More

COVID numbers hold steady in Falls, Niagara County

COVID numbers hold steady in Falls, Niagara County

Community News January 12, 2023 at 10:46 am

The Niagara County Department of Health yesterday released its weekly COVID-19 update. The report is as follows: Current Report (Jan 11) Previous Report (Jan 4) New positive cases, last 7 days 166 152 Total Cases (from start of pandemic) 58,585 58,419 Deaths (from start of pandemic) 626 626 Daily newRead More

Artist Jonathan Rogers to speak at NACC tonight

Artist Jonathan Rogers to speak at NACC tonight

Community News January 9, 2023 at 11:14 am

Jonathan Rogers Artist Talk Monday, January 9, 2023 at 7:00-8:30PM Townsend Gallery Don’t miss an artist talk by longtime NACC Resident Artist, Jonathan Rogers. The artist will be speaking about his paintings in the current exhibit, Members & Friends 2023, and his artistic practice which spans more than six decades.

Pretty clubber dancing surrounded by her friends and looking at camera with smile

Mayor, NU to host Town-Gown Party and Rumble on Wed., Jan. 11 at DeVeaux

Niagara Falls January 7, 2023 at 9:59 pm

Representatives of Niagara University, a liberal arts institution in the Vincentian tradition, and Mayor Restaino, will be holding a community meeting with DeVeaux residents at Maple Avenue School on Wednesday, January 11 at 6pm. The topics to be discussed include student housing, street festivals and lack of indoor bathroom facilities.

Mikayla Forsey booksigning tomorrow, Saturday Jan. 7 at the NACC

Mikayla Forsey booksigning tomorrow, Saturday Jan. 7 at the NACC

Community News January 6, 2023 at 10:16 pm

A book signing with artist Mikayla Forsey, whose artwork is featured on the the cover of the recently released literary anthology, “Pathways through the Dark,” will take place tomorrow between 6 and 9 pm. A limited quantity of books will be for sale on site for $15 each. Light refreshmentsRead More

Minimum Wage just went up for Local Workers

Minimum Wage just went up for Local Workers

Niagara County, Niagara Falls January 5, 2023 at 4:00 pm

New York State’s minimum wage went up on Jan. 1 for workers in Niagara County as part of the $15 minimum wage phase-in. On December 31, workers outside of New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County saw the minimum wage increase by $1 per hour, from $13.20 to $14.20.Read More

Regal Niagara Falls cinema closes tomorrow, Jan. 5

Regal Niagara Falls cinema closes tomorrow, Jan. 5

Community News January 4, 2023 at 7:00 pm

The Regal Theatre corporation today sent out an email to Regal Crown Club subscribers announcing that the Regal Theatre on Niagara Falls Boulevard next to the Home Depot is closing as of Thursday, Jan. 6. An unconfirmed source told the Reporter that the facility has been taken over by Dipson,Read More

Ask Flavio: How Stress affects the Body and Mind

Ask Flavio: How Stress affects the Body and Mind

Ask Flavio January 3, 2023 at 11:49 pm

In the beginning, when I started to do therapy, clients were coming to my office and complaining about stress. It was difficult to work with them, as the comment “I’m stressed” did not tell me what the actual problem was. First of all we have to understand that everything weRead More

Not long before 2023’s first homicide in most violent city in New York State

Not long before 2023’s first homicide in most violent city in New York State

The Crime Niagara Falls January 2, 2023 at 9:18 pm

At approximately 8:45 am on New Years Day, Niagara Falls Police responded to a home in the 2200 block of LaSalle Ave for a report of a man stabbed.  Upon arrival officers located a 33 year old Niagara Falls man suffering from a stab wound.  Despite efforts by AMR andRead More

Memorial names Sean Dwyer new Director of Marketing, Special Events & PR

Memorial names Sean Dwyer new Director of Marketing, Special Events & PR

Community News December 31, 2022 at 8:13 pm

Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center has named Sean Dwyer Director of Marketing, Special Events and Public Relations for the Medical Center Foundation. Dwyer is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo State, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications.  Over the past 10 years Dwyer has worked in theRead More

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