Evening News Briefing

Written by on June 14, 2018

The show has ended for a Batavia video rental store.
Family Video in the Tops plaza has announced it is closing.
No specific date for the closing was announced.
Its merchandise has been marked down.
The Family Video took over the space originally occupied by Blockbuster Video until they went out of business five years ago.

 

A local business is expanding.
Oliver’s Candies is moving all confectionary manufacturing to Elba.
The Elba location will also have 1000 square feet of retail space in addition to the candy making kitchens.
Retail space and food service will be expanded at the company’s Batavia location.
The move will triple Oliver’s candy making capacity.

 

Police blotter:

28 year old Katelyn Kubala of Meadow Lane, Attica:
She’s been arrested for failing to register as a sex offender, for the past three years.
Kubala pled guilty to having a sexual relationship with a minor.
Police said that due to Kubala’s multiple felony convictions and lengthy criminal record, she was jailed without bail.

 

 

An Attica man is jailed following what police termed a violent domestic incident.
27 year old Nathan Hopkins of Capwell Road is facing two assault charges for allegedly punching a woman in the face and striking her over the head with a piece of wood.

 

 

The City of Batavia has closed Vine Street from North to Evergreen for an emergency sewer main repair. Vine Street will be closed to all traffic until at least 8 o’clock tonight.


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