Evening News Brief
Written by Tom Tharp on April 28, 2021
Governor Cuomo announced today that the curfew for restaurants will be lifted in May. Outdoor dining can stay open late starting on May 17th and indoor dining can remain open starting May 31st. The catered event 1 am curfew for events where all attendees have been vaccinated will be lifted starting on the 17th and all catered events will have their curfew lifted on May 31st.
Residential catered events will be allowed to go above the state gathering limit with a restriction that they must be catered by a licensed caterer starting May 3rd. Also on May 3rd dancing will be allowed to move to masked and with social distancing instead of in designated zones and only between people who are in the same party. This is more in keeping with what other states are doing.
Browns Mill Road will be closed for about 2 weeks as a Culvert is replaced at the intersection of West Bethany and Browns Mill Road. The work will not affect traffic on West Bethany Road.
May 14th and May 15th the Gas and Steam Show Grounds will be doing Drive in Movies. Cost is 25 dollars a vehicle. Sorry no RV’s, Busses or Limos. There will be food and drink available to purchase. The movie for the 14th at 7pm will be the Goonies and the 15th will be the Animated Disney Aladdin movie. Tickets are available starting Saturday on www.alexandersteamshow.com.
The Buffalo Sabres lost to the New York Rangers last night 3 to 1 with Sabres rookie goal tender Luukonen stopping 38 shots compared to Shesterkin blocking 36 of the Sabres shots. Reinhart scored the Sabres lone goal. The Sabres have 6 games remaining in the season. Their next game is in Boston against the Bruins at 7 tomorrow night.