Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on September 27, 2019
A student posted threat on the social media site Snap-Chat closed LeRoy Schools today.
LeRoy Police know the student who made the threat, but no arrest has been made.
LeRoy Superintendent Merritt Holly says the district takes any threat seriously…
All classes and activities at LeRoy Schools were cancelled for today.
Tonight’s football game at Avon has also been cancelled and re-scheduled for tomorrow night at Avon.
That game can be heard on the WBTA Sports Stream on line or on mobile devices.
The United Way of Genesee County announced today the goal for its annual campaign.
The drive hopes to raise $350,000 to support 27 diffrent programs.
The campaign co-chairs are Jane Scott, retired branch manager for Five Star Bank and Susie Ott from Lawley Insurance.
“Campaign 2020: clear vision for a brighter future” is our tagline this year, says Executive Director Tammy Hathaway. “We want to know the personality of our donor and offer them nothing less from our stewardship of their funds than what they give to their customers and the community.”
New legislation gives New Yorkers until February 14th to register for the state’s presidential primaries. The deadline had been October 11th.
The presidential primary in New York is on April 28th.
The Buffalo Bills will look to remain unbeaten this weekend, but a familiar foe stands in their path.
The Bills are hosting the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots at New Era Field.
Like the Bills, the Patriots are also three-and-oh start to the season.
Kickoff on Sunday is 1pm.