Midday News Brief

Written by on November 1, 2021

Crews from then city’s water department spent much of their Halloween day fixing a water main break.
City Manager Rachel Tabelski said the trouble began to show itself on Saturday…

Come day light on Sunday crews walked the line and found a break on Law Street. Service was shut off to nearby homes until repairs were completed about 11:30 yesterday morning.

The Buffalo Bills say talks on a new stadium are moving forward and that the NFL franchise may have its new home by 2026. An official with Pegula Sports and Entertainment tells The Buffalo News it could happen if the team reaches a deal soon with both New York State and Erie County on how much public funding would be used to build the stadium. One proposal is calling for an over one-billion-dollar facility to be constructed close to Highmark Stadium which is where the team plays now. The Bills’ current lease is scheduled to expire in 2023.

The Buffalo Bills have extended their winning streak to seven straight games over a division rival thanks in large part to quarterback Josh Allen. Allen threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for a third score as the Bills defeated the Miami Dolphins 26 to 11 at Highmark Stadium yesterday.
Up next is a road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars this coming Sunday.

The Los Angeles Kings have collected a second consecutive win after topping the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 in Los Angeles. Buffalo will continue its western road trip tomorrow with a game against the San Jose Sharks.

Our Monday gasoline price report:
The price of a gallon of regular gasoline in Batavia is up a penny from last week.
The Triple-A reports the current average in Batavia is $3.46 a gallon, that’s 21-cents a gallon higher than a month ago.


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