Morning News Brief

Written by on June 3, 2022

A man was taken to the hospital by Mercy Flight chopper after being severely burned when his grill exploded.  The Batavia Fire department say a man on Cherry Street in Batavia had left the grill on or that the tank or hose had a leak when he accidentally hit the igniter Thursday, causing the built up gasses to explode and cause 2nd degree burns across 60 percent of his body.  He was pulling a lawn mower from his shed when the explosion happened.

Do you like loud engines and high flying acrobatics?  Well the Geneseo Airshow is here for you!  This weekend the warplanes will be on and above the field just west of Geneseo from 11am till the show is done.  Gate opens at 9.  They are doing a tailgate or drive in style viewing this year with a general seating area also available.  Headliners will be the USAF F-22 Raptors Demo team, The Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association Formation Team, and the Round Chute Jump Team among many others.  If you can’t make it Saturday the same events will be performed Sunday.  Tickets are 35 dollars a person for General admission seating or starting at 100 for car seating.

Our news partner the Batavian has named a new news editor, Joanne Beck.  Beck has been freelancing for the Batavian since August and began her new staff position in May.  She took over the City and County beats from Mike Pettinella and will also be covering schools.  Beck has a Bachelors in News/Media and has been active in journalism in the area for many years.

Fresh produce, food trucks, live music, and fudge.  What do all these things have in common?  The Genesee County Farmers Market!  Starting today 9 to 4 and going Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays through October 29th, the Farmers Market will feature live music on some Fridays this season and a Master Gardener and Nutritionist.  The market is at the parking lot at Alva Place and Bank Street.

Genesee County Park and Forest is hosting guided dog walks for you and your 4 legged canine friend.  Each walk is on a Saturday a month apart.  The first is June 4th, next is July 2nd and the last is August 6th and they run from 10 to 11 am.  The walks start at the Interpretive Center and are 5 dollars a dog.  All dogs must be leashed, vaccinated and licensed.

The Buffalo Bills have signed a veteran Wide receiver and former first round draft pick Tavon Austin to the team.  Austin was originally selected with the eighth overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft after his college career at West Virginia. He spent his first five years in the NFL with the Rams.  He has also played for the Cowboys, 49ers, and Jaguars. Last season, Austin hauled in 24 catches for 213 yards and a touchdown with Jacksonville. He also had three carries for 21 yards.

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