Weekly Feature



April 26, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Monday Night Football set for Orchard Park return

Bills to face division-rival Patriots on Oct. 29

Following last year’s 9-7 campaign and first playoff appearance since 1999, the Buffalo Bills received an added bonus with last week’s reveal of the upcoming schedule. More...

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL — On Tuesday, the Orchard Park Symphony Women's Committee held its annual scholarship audition at Orchard Park Presbyterian Church. More...

Correction

One regularly priced item is 20 percent off through May 13 at Wild Birds Unlimited of Amherst, 8584 Transit Road. An ad in the Ideas for the Home section, published April 18 and 19, incorrectly gave a dollar figure for the discount.   More...

One year after Kenmore West student’s death, foundation against bullying is reaching students

One year after his family says cyberbullying pushed Kenmore West student Devin Kurzdorfer to take his own life, his grandfather, Amherst resident Joe Smajdor, is still on a mission to quash bullying.  He’s doing well.  More...

Bonding company decision to determine next step for Burmon project

As the lawsuit between the Town of Orchard Park and Accadia Site Contracting continues over a stop work order on the Burmon Drive road reconstruction project, Town Attorney John Bailey said bonding company Liberty Mutual will soon provide clarity on More...

New contractor chosen for town brush pickup

The Town of Orchard Park is changing contractors for brush collection, finalizing a three-year contract with town-based AA Snow Removal, LLC last week.  During the April 18 Town Board meeting, the town approved the contract, which will see a sli More...

News Brief

The Orchard Park Garden Club will hold its regular membership meeting at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 3, at the Orchard Park Presbyterian Church, 4369 S. Buffalo St. Sign-ups begin at 11:30, with refreshments at noon and the program at 12:30. More...

Town justice appointed to conference board

Orchard Park Town Justice Jorge de Rosas has been appointed to the board of directors of the Judges & Police Executives Conference of Erie County.  More...