Evening News Brief

Written by on June 15, 2022

The Department of Homeland Security is expressing concern that the recent mass shooting at a Tops store in Buffalo could inspire other attacks. A confidential document obtained by WKBW-TV says calls for copycat attacks are already circulating online and that minorities could be targeted by violence.
Officials say that the May 14th shooting at the Tops on Buffalo’s east side was racially-motivated.

Republican State Assemblyman Steve Hawley of Batavia says the just completed legislative session in Albany just didn’t do enough.
Hawley says the state budget is more bloated than ever before but does less for the average working family.
He said he was disappointed that the GOP plan to remove state sales taxes for two years on certain necessities were not every considered by the Democrat majority.

The co-owner of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres is currently undergoing treatment for what are being called unexpected health issues. In a statement, the family of Kim Pegula said yesterday she has been making progress over the last few days but didn’t reveal what her ailment is.

The Batavia Police Department will once again host the Community Night out.
It will be held on August 9th at St. Anthony’s.
The event was very successful last year brining elements of law enforcement together with the community.
There are sponsorships opportunities available. If you want to learn more contact Detective Matt Wojtasczck at BPD.

The 96th season of concerts in the park begins next Wednesday.
The Batavia Concert Band performs in Centennial Park at 7pm every Wednesday night starting on June 21 and continuing until August 3rd.
Bring your lawn chairs.

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