Evening News Briefing

Written by on November 29, 2019

It’s one of the biggest – if not the biggest- shopping days of the year,
Black Friday a retailers dream.
Some big box chains and national department stores have extended hours.
Big or small Black Friday has an impact on downtowns like Batavia’s.
Stephen Valle is proprietor of Valle Jewelers on Jackson Street.
He tells us today business is brisk and the shopping experience is personal

Much the same story at heritage toy store Adam Miller where owner John Roche says it’s quality and personal attention that matters

Tomorrow is called small business Saturday.
Enjoy the experience and the good feeling of keeping your dollars local.


The suspect in last week’s Liberty Street stand-off is facing new charges.
46 year old Daniel Wolfe is now accused of making two telephone calls from the county jail to a person he was ordered to have no contact with.
Wolfe is being held in the county jail since he surrendered to police following a 20 hour standoff.


PHOTO: Daniel Wolfe


A felony count of DWI filed against a Bergen man early Thanksgiving Morning.
30 year old Sean Crowe of Cook Road is charged with felony drunk driving for having been convicted of DWI within the past 10 years.

Another sign of the season:
Crossroads House is holding their 4th annual Christmas sale today and tomorrow.
Various Christmas decorations are featured along with a collection of glassware. If you missed it today, the sale will go on tomorrow from 9 until 3.

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