Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on November 28, 2018
Voters in the Alexander Central School district will asked on Monday to approve a capital improvement package of $12.6-million.
The package includes nearly $7-million for the construction of a new bus garage and $400,000 for lighting of the football field.
The district is holding a public forum on the proposal tonight at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.
Dr. Catherine Huber, the superintendent of Alexander Central, is one of two finalists for the job of District Superintendent for the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES. Huber has been at Alexander Central for two years.
State Police have arrested a Batavia man on felony rape charges
22 year old Guillermo Torres-Acevedo is accused of rape and endangering the welfare of a child for a suspected incident in the Town of Stafford earlier this month. Torres-Acevedo is being held with bail.
A 16 year old Bergen boy has been arrested for allegedly grabbing a shaking his teachers head.
According to the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office, the 16 year old student was arraigned on a charge of harassment and issued an order of protection to stay away from the teacher.
The incident allegedly happened at Byron-Bergen Junior Senior High School two weeks ago.
WBTA is withholding the students name.
Governor Cuomo says he’s not going to run for president in 2020. The governor told a local radio station he’s ruling it out, that he has a full plate, many projects and has a lot to do as governor. Cuomo’s name has been circulated as a possible candidate for the White House. As for a Democratic presidential candidate, Cuomo added it’s not going to be enough to be anti-Trump.
Jeff Skinner scored in overtime to lift the streaking Sabres to a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks in Buffalo.
Carter Hutton made 36 saves as Buffalo won its 10th straight game to take the NHL lead with 36 points.