Evening News Update
Written by Tom Tharp on August 30, 2021
From the Genesee County Highway Department: Sandpit Road between Spring and Dry Bridge Road is now reopened. It has been closed since June 7th
The happy and unhappy haunts of Batavia will return on October 23rd with the Ghost Walk through the historic Batavia Cemetery on Harvester Avenue. This candlelit guided tour will allow guests to meet men and women of Batavia who held great power and influence while they were alive, or experienced tragic events. Among the notaries buried here are revolutionary war soldier James Holden, conspiracy theorist William Morgan who disappeared under mysterious circumstances while investigating the masons, and Military governor of DC John Martindale. 15 minute tours run from 7 to 8:30 and cost 10 dollars with refreshments included. Reservations are required.
The Buffalo Bills have said goodbye to Defensive End Darryl Johnson but will see him on the field when they play against the Carolina Panthers. Johnson was traded to the Panthers for a 6th round draft pick in 2022. Johnson, 24, has played 31 games with the Bills over two seasons after being drafted in the 7th round of the 2019 NFL Draft.