Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on March 8, 2019
Genesee County’s Economic Development Center helps out a local small business.
Tenney Laundry has been granted $15,832 in sales tax breaks in return for its $197,896 investment in new equipment.
Tenney has also applied to the city’s development corporation for a grant to repair its façade.
The GCEDC also approved tax breaks of $206,000 for Gateway GS to build out the interior of a building its already owns in the Gateway 2 Corporate Park in the Town of Batavia. The $450,000 project is expected to create five jobs.
This note for Batavia motorists: on Monday afternoon, Ellicott Ave will be closed between West Main and Mix Place.
National Grid is working on its infrastructure.
Arrangements have been made for local residents to reach their homes.
Lawmen in Medina snag seven people on drug charges.
Police seized crack and powdered cocaine, scales, packaging and $4,000 in cash.
Authorities say more arrests are pending.
A Geneseo man is behind bars for allegedly hurting a baby.
Police say 25 year old Brandon Augsbury injured a three month old he was caring for in his home.
The baby suffered substantial bruising and broken ribs.
Augsbury is charged with felony assault and child endangerment.
A Mount Morris man will be spending at least the next 25 years behind bars.
48-year-old Frank Cassata was convicted of hitting and killing a three-year-old Rochester boy.
Cassata was drunk when he purposely went off the road on Lyell Avenue last June and killed the boy Cassata said he was trying to hit someone else.
The Sound of Music fills Batavia High School auditorium this weekend.
The BHS Production Club presents legendary play tonight and tomorrow night at 7PM and Sunday afternoon at 2PM.