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November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Lightly attended budget forum offers details on tax increase

Facing a 7.45 percent tax rate hike for the tentative 2019 budget, members of the Town Board held a presentation on Monday that explained where tax dollars are going and the reasons for the increase. More...

News Brief

The Woman’s Club of Orchard Park will hold its monthly meeting at noon Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Municipal Center, 4295 S. Buffalo St., Orchard Park. Members are asked to bring in cans of chili or beef stew to be donated to a charity.   More...

Seeking recognition for veterans of a secret mission

Project 19

World War II was two years old, and America was still described as a “neutral nation.” By the fall of 1941, Britain was being pushed to the brink of disaster in North Africa. More...

HOME receives grant for tech upgrades

Housing Opportunities Made Equal, Inc. recently announced that it has been awarded a grant from the Western New York Foundation funding its HOME Connects program, a technology upgrade plan. More...

De Rosas outlasts Pastrick for town justice seat

McMurray demands recount, Burke heads to Assembly, Jacobs and Kearns retain seats

Orchard Park voters were treated to a slew of close races on Election Day with one still in question as of press time. More...

WNY Children’s Book Expo seeks to instill love of reading in youth

The Western New York Children’s Book Expo has announced details for the 2018 event, which kicked off Nov. 5 with KidsLit Week and concludes Nov. More...

New plan would keep football field at Brush Mountain Park

Webster Road site could accommodate non-lit soccer fields

Supervisor Patrick Keem and town officials have spent a majority of the summer and fall trying to figure out where the permanent field for Orchard Park Little Loop football will be located.  More...

The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo

The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo held a press conference on Monday at Infant of Prague Parish in Cheektowaga as Bishop Richard J. More...