Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on November 30, 2018
Oakfield-Alabama Schools have a new superintendent.
He is John Fisgus, formerly a middle school principal for Royalton-Hartland schools in Niagara County.
Fisgus begins his new job at Oakfield-Alabama in January.
Alexander Central School District voters head to the polls on Monday to decide the fate of a $12.6-million capital improvement project.
The projects calls for the construction of a new bus garage, the upgrading of four elementary school classrooms and lighting for the football field.
School officials say there will be no impact on the tax rate.
Voting will be held on Monday from noon until 8 p.m. at Alexander High School
A Town of Batavia man, arrested earlier this month for allegedly disseminating indecent material to a minor, is now facing more serious charges.
36 year old David Somerton of Kelsey Road is now facing felony counts of possession of an obscene performance by a child and use of a child in a sexual performance.
The AMBER Alert for a 14-year-old Genesee County girl has ended. Kamerie Elliott was found safe yesterday in Mansfield, Pennsylvania.
The girl was allegedly abducted by Guillermo Torres-Acevedo. He was taken into custody and is being held in Pennsylvania pending extradition proceedings.
The winning streak of the Buffalo Sabres has come to an end at ten games. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat them last night by a score of 5-4. Buffalo was looking to win eleven straight contests for the first time in franchise history. They’ll be back in action tonight as they visit the Florida Panthers.
The Buffalo Bills will be looking to make it two wins in a row this weekend. They’ll be in Miami to take on the Dolphins. This is the first time the teams have met this season. Buffalo is coming off a 24 to 21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars last week.