- EDITORIAL: Old Falls Street isn't just for tourists There's no question Old Falls Street has revitalized downtown Niagara Falls.
- GUESTVIEW: Making a change in the city for the better, together It has been an honor to serve as your councilman in our great city of Niagara Falls for the last six months. Working cooperatively, we continue to work to improve the quality of life of residents, grow our tax base through economic development, and create an efficient city government.
- LETTERS FROM THE ISLAND: Technology the 'route' of the problem We've learned more when we're lost than when we knew where we were. And two recent ventures have convinced us that we'll never, ever, gear up with one of those pathfinding devices.
- GUEST VIEW: Recent park police site 'rant' left a lot to be desired Rick Pfeiffer's recent front page, Gazette commentary, which he called a "rant," endorsed the gorge rim location for a new park police station, while being critical of those who opposed it. It was highly irrational, but therefore an excellent rant, right? Why be thoughtful or informed or pay attention to facts, when it's so much fun to ignore all of that?
- COPS NOTEBOOK: Taking a second look at State Parks Police site A lesson learned from my last column. Sometimes when you rant, you can actually start an informed conversation.
- HAMILTON: Newspapers, weeds and drug rehab centers A lot of people just don't read the paper -- and it shows. A friend of mine saw me out recently and told me that she had meant to call me, and then complained about the 3-foot high grass that was in the lot next to hers. I responded, "Why are you telling me about it?"
- GUEST VIEW: Demographics, special needs and 'disappeared' students impact Falls grad rates Recently, more than one media outlet has publicized area graduation and drop-out rates, citing Niagara Falls Schools as having the lowest graduation rate and highest drop-out rate in the county. That isnâ€™t all the information one needs to form an opinion.
- EDITORIAL: 'Jefferson lives' a testament to enduring freedom One hundred and eighty-eight years ago today, our nation's second president, John Adams, uttered his last bitter, ironic words: "Jefferson lives."
- EDITORIAL: Unmarked graves are unacceptable Somewhere in the confines of North Ridge Cemetery in Cambria, seven former clients of Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara lie buried in unmarked graves.
GLYNN: It's a little late to start shooting off fireworks
Why all the fuss over the Fourth of July?
According to an always reliable source — the National Geographic News —if we’re celebrating Independence Day on Friday, it will be two days too late.
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