Weekly Feature



March 1, 2018 RSS feed / Editorial

District, Police Department wise to hold forum

As the country continues to cope with another mass school shooting, parents, teachers, students and members of the community can take solace that both the Orchard Park School District and the Orchard Park Police Department are working hand in hand to More...

Out of the Past

20 Years Ago — March 5, 1998   More...

Descendant of abolitionist walks in legendary shoes

Managing Editor

American history came alive Friday afternoon during a celebration of Black History Month at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Bailey Avenue adjacent to the University at Buffalo. And it was up close and personal. More...

Opioid epidemic leads to rise in elder abuse

Center for Elder Law & Justice

Older adults are the hidden victims of the opioid epidemic, as individuals struggling with addiction look to older family members to find money for drugs. More...

Spindle items

Orchard Park Editor

INTERESTED IN STAMPS — Orchard Park native and local author Rick Barrett will be making a trip to the region to discuss his new book, “Buffalo Cinderellas.”  More...

Beware of fake opioid treatments, BBB warns community

The Better Business Bureau is cautioning the public about scammers capitalizing on the opioid epidemic by marketing phony treatments. More...

News Brief

The Orchard Park Board of Education will hold its next meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, in the District Office, 2240 Southwestern Blvd., West Seneca.   More...

Highway Department looking forward to busy spring

Highway Superintendent

Winter, as we had known it for the past two years, with its mild and above-average temperatures, has been redefined by Mother Nature. We have gone back to normal, harsh weather with periods of below average temperatures. More...