Evening News Brief

Written by on December 13, 2021

Batavia Police have arrested a 22-year-old Fulton, New York woman for allegedly breaking into GoArt last August.
Talana Savery and another unknown woman were spotted on surveillance video inside the historic GoArt building at 4 in the morning on August 28th.. Nothing was taken.
Police said the same pair broke a window and entered the Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany later in the morning.
Authorities said their motive appeared to be “ghost hunting.”

Attica Central School Board of Education has named a new interim Superintendent. He is Timothy Hayes most recently superintendent of Geneseo Central. Hayes will serve at Attica Central until June of next year while the search for a permanent superintendent continues.

While speaking of Attica, the village will be picking up debris from this past weekend’s wind storm on Thursday, December 16th.
Also, the last day the Village will be picking up leaves will be Wednesday, December 15th.
Village of Attica government asks you to keep storm debris and leaves in separate piles.

Our weekly check on Batavia gasoline prices: The average cost of a gallon of regular gas went up a penny from last week. It is now $3.47 a gallon
The highest price ever for a gallon of regular in Batavia was $4.73, back in July 2018.

A statewide mask mandate is now in effect. Governor Hochul says facial coverings are required at all indoor public places unless the business or venue has a COVID-19 vaccination requirement in effect. Masks also must be worn in health care settings, at adult care facilities, in public schools and on public transportation regardless of a person’s vaccination status.


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