Midday News Brief
Written by Dan Fischer on October 29, 2021
New York Attorney General Letitia James is responding to a sex crime charge filed against Andrew Cuomo. A misdemeanor charge of forcible touching was brought against the former governor yesterday. James released a statement soon afterward, saying as soon as her office heard about the multiple sexual harassment allegations, they proceeded “without fear or favor.” James said the findings in their report ultimately led to the charge.
Some announcements from the City of Batavia:
The Yard Waste Station on Law Street has new hours for the rest of the season. Effective Monday, the hours of the Yard Waste Station will be 11 until 5. The facility will close for the season on December 11.
Batavia Police have that Halloween activities, including Trick or Treating, end at 8pm Sunday. for Sunday, Halloween, will end at 8:pm
High School Football playoffs begin tonight.
In Class B the Batavia Blue Devils take on Newark at Dwyer Stadium.
Kick-off is 7pm.
In Class C: 2nd seeded LeRoy meets Attica. That game will be broadcast on WBTA from LeRoy beginning at 7.
In Class D: Number 1 ranked Oakfield-Alabama-Elba meets number 8 Clyde-Savannah, that game to be played at Oakfield High School and also tonight in Class D number 2 Avon hosts number 7 Notre Dame.
The Buffalo Sabres began a four-game road trip last night by dropping the Ducks in Anaheim in overtime, four-to-three. Craig Anderson stopped 34 shots in goal for Buffalo.
The Sabres head for Los Angeles to square off against the Kings on Halloween.