Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on June 26, 2018
The Genesee County RTS bus system has cashed in big from New York State.
The local bus system has been approved for a 3 and a half million dollar grant to build a new bus garage and maintenance facility for RTS Genesee.
The grant will also pay for three new buses.
Officials with RTS Genesee have been unavailable to provide details
Voters are heading to the polls today to decide the Democratic Party’s nominee in the race for the 25th Congressional District.
There are four candidates battling it out for that spot. Whoever wins gets to take on Republican James Maxwell in November.
The district’s seat is open following the death of longtime Congresswoman Louise Slaughter earlier this year.
State Police in Warsaw are taking another look at the 38 year old missing person case of James Dean Knox.
Knox was on medical leave from Leroy Machine Company before his grandmother reported him missing in December 1979.
Anyone with may have information is encouraged to contact Investigators with the New York State Police in Warsaw.
We have pictures of Knox and a complete description HERE
The Batavia Concert Band ready to make music again in Centennial Park. The first concert of the 93rd season is scheduled for this Wednesday night at 7 p.m.
The forecast is calling for some rain. Iif the concert has to move in doors it will be held at the GCC Steiner Theatre. An announcement will be made on WBTA.
The Batavia Muckdogs hope to make a sweep of their three game series against the State College Spikes.
The Dogs took the second game of the series last night 4 to 3.
The final game of the series is tonight in State College. The Muckdogs next home game is this Thursday night at Dwyer Stadium.