Labor Day News Brief
Written by Dan Fischer on September 6, 2021
25-year-old Destiny Green of Batavia facing charges of burglary and criminal contempt this Labor Day weekend.
Batavia Police say Destiny was collared inside the residence of a person described as a protected party. She was arraigned on the charges in city court and released under supervision.
As drivers across Western New York have likely noticed, there’s been quite an increase in gas prices over the past week.
According to Triple A, the average cost for a gallon of regular in Batavia is now $3.26 – up 6-cents from a month ago.
COVID-19 has forced the cancellation of this year’s Patriots Trip to Washington.
Assemblyman Steve Hawley says anyone who signed up for this years trip will receive a full refund for any monies put down.
The trip was scheduled for September 16 to the 19th.
The Labor Daze continues today in Oakfield. The parade steps off at 10 this morning, the Craft Show runs until six tonight. There will be music all day. All presented by the Oakfield Betterment Committee.
The New York State Fair in Syracuse will be wrapping up its 18-day run today which is the longest in the history of the event. A ticket to get in costs $3, however children 12 and under and people 65 and older can get in for free. get et in for free.
Notes from the opening weekend of the fall high school football season:
The Oakfield-Alabama /Elba Aggies crushed Cuba-Rushford on Saturday 64 to 6.
Pembroke beat Wellsville 55 – 26.
On Friday night, the big rivalry between LeRoy and Cal-mum went to the Knights, 21 to 6.
Batavia beat Bishop-Kearney 41-0,
Notre Dame pounded Pavilion 15-0, Alexander beat Bolivar-Richburg 7-0.
The Powerball jackpot is continuing to grow and has now reached 375-million-dollars ahead of tonight’s drawing. No one has taken home the top prize in several weeks and officials say the odds of winning the whole amount this evening are one in 292-million.