Weekend News Briefing
Written by Alex Feig on November 9, 2019
Governor Cuomo issues a warning to anyone threatening a school.
Cuomo says whether or not they actually intend to carry out the threat, they will receive the harshest possible penalty.
The governor was reacting to threats against Albion middle school this past week that led to the removal of at least three students from school.
Cuomo said in a statement that “school officials in Upstate New York worked with local, state and federal law enforcement officers to help stop an alleged plot by three students to attack Albion Middle School. The plot was determined to be credible and the agencies worked quickly to investigate and identify the suspects”
The school has revealed little about the actual threats other than they deemed them as credible and that they were shared among a small group of students through an online gaming app.
Two car accident on South Swan Street in the city.
The two vehicle accident was reported at 123 South Swan Street late Friday night after two sedans collided in front of the Polish Falcons of America Nest in Batavia.
The collision caused one vehicle to slam into the front porch at 129 South Swan.
Both drivers were able to get out their vehicles and neither sustained serious injury.
At last report City firefighters were deploying air bags under the damaged porch so the vehicle could be towed and were then securing wood supports to temporarily prop the porch up. Accident reported by our news partner The Batavian.
The New York State Department of Transportation has announced that major construction is complete on the $1.6 million project to replace elements of the bridge carrying U.S. Route 20 over Oatka Creek in Pavilion.
The bridge, which reopened to traffic Friday, will now be more resilient and capable of withstanding potential damage from flooding or stream debris during inclement weather.
The Fighting Irish win their first sectional championship in seven years
Notre Dame High School defeated the Alexander Trojans 14 to 7 at SUNY Brockport Friday night.
The Irish now advance to the Section V /VI regional final next weekend.
The Buffalo Bills are hitting the road this weekend in search of their second straight win.
They’ll be in Cleveland to take on the struggling Browns.
Buffalo is coming off a victory over the Washington Redskins and currently sits in second place in the AFC East.
Kickoff for Sunday’s game is set for 1:00 p.m.