Weekly Feature



February 15, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

Town wise to continue to examine parks decision

Decisions that work and benefit everyone always seem to take the most time. More...

Out of the Past

20 Years Ago - Feb. 19, 1998   More...

State and county leaders need to own decisions related to taxes

Councilman

I grew up in a household of five children, all close in age. One can imagine the unrelenting cacophony my parents had to tolerate and arbitrate. More...

County leads in reducing greenhouse gas emissions

Erie County Executive

On June 1, 2017, the federal government announced its intention to withdraw from the international Paris Climate Agreement, a historic compact that 195 countries entered into in 2015 to address the mitigation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions More...

Spindle items

Orchard Park Editor

POTHOLE PROBLEM — Winter brings an array of problems for pedestrians and motorists. For pedestrians you’re one wrong step away from slipping and falling on the ice. More...

‘Alexa, do you share my information with others?’

Managing Editor

While I am not much of a technophobe, I gradually move into the present day from time to time so that I can both keep up with the times and feel like I am just as cool as the other guys.  More...

News Brief

The Erie County Clerk’s office is teaming up with Unyts to host a blood drive in the area. From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday Feb. More...

Keep your children home if sickness ails them

Orchard Park Superintendent of Schools

February is the shortest month of the year, but it is generally a very busy time in a school district and the time of year when the weather and cold and flu season are at their worst.  More...