Weekly Feature



February 22, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Sewer, water and stormwater consolidation to be explored by town

The Town Board is beginning to look into the possibility of consolidating sewer, water and stormwater districts, following comments from Burmon Road residents regarding what, in some cases, is a 40 percent tax increase due to the road reconstruction More...

Village reveals bid date for Route 20A waterline project

Village residents are one step closer to having a more properly functioning waterline now that the Orchard Park Village Board has set a bid date for the Route 20A waterline project.  More...

Resident named president and CEO of Catholic Health

The Corporate Members and Sponsors Council of Catholic Health recently appointed Mark Sullivan the new president and chief executive officer of the Buffalo based health system, according to a statement from the health organization.  More...

Library News

LIBRARY HOURS — 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  Children’s programs   More...

Police warn residents of Water Authority scam

The Orchard Park Police Department is notifying residents to be aware of a scam involving the Erie County Water Authority that is being perpetrated around town.  More...

On ninth anniversary of 3407 crash, families continue push for safety

¦ Bipartisan congressional delegation pledges commitment to current laws

For those who lost loved ones to the Continental Flight 3407 crash, it was a familiar scene.  Family members of the victims huddled around a podium at the Capitol, taking turns telling a sea of microphones and flashing cameras about the grief an More...

Twelve unlocked cars entered during the weekend

The Orchard Park Police Department reported a rash of larcenies involving 12 unlocked cars being entered during the weekend.  More...

Talk on black bears set for March 6

The Orchard Park Senior Center, 70 Linwood Ave., offers many programs for people older than 55. Contact the center at 662-6452 to register for programs. The Senior Center director is Debbie Santiago.   More...