Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on March 23, 2018
The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo is trying to control the fallout from sex abuse scandal that has plagued the church for years.
Recently, the diocese released a list of 42 priests who served in Western New York, who were accused of abusing child.
Some of the priests are dead and some are living.
Buffalo Bishop Michael Malone continued today to apologize for the sins of the past
Bishop Malone’s statement was taken from a longer video released by the diocese today.
The Grand opening of the Eli Fish Brewing Company is on tap for tomorrow.
The 2.8-million dollar development is in the location of the former J J Newberry Company in Batavia.
The project consists of a tavern, brewery, and restaurant and soon to be built apartments on the second and third floor.
The opening is set for 2 tomorrow afternoon.
New York’s flu season appears to be winding down.
The state released the newest numbers showing that for the fourth week in a row the number of reported flu cases went down.
Confirmed flu cases dropped by 19-percent statewide
Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame Quarterback Jim Kelly is scheduled to have surgery for cancer again. The former Bills all-star announced earlier this month that his oral cancer had returned. His surgery is set for this coming Wednesday. Kelly’s prognosis isn’t known but he tweeted that he’s enjoying quiet time in the mountains of Arizona now.