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Written by on August 31, 2022

No, whipped cream is still legal for people under 21.  Has this happened to you?  You go to buy a can of whipped cream at the grocery store and they stop you and ask you to prove you are over 21.  This is because of a law passed in New York State in October which restricts the sale of whipped cream chargers to those under 21.  The chargers contain nitrous oxide which can be huffed to get high, known as doing “whippets.”  This can lead to seizures, suffocation, and heart failure.  Senator James Addabbo Jr., a Democrat from Queens who sponsored the law says the law was intended to restrict just the individual sale of the chargers and not whipped cream.  He wants to make it clear that whipped cream is not age restricted and stores shouldn’t be carding people over the whipped topping.

After 10 years sitting closed, Robert Morris school in Batavia is going to have classes again this year.  It will be used as a pre school and universal pre kindergarten site after the School District put a 225 thousand dollar investment into updating and reopening it.  Superintendent Jason Smith says that the number of kids needing preschool has almost doubled and they had a hard time finding programs for the students.  Morris was closed to save money in 2012 and the building has been used as a rental property for BOCES, the Arc, daycares and other businesses.  Now, thanks to grants and the school districts work with other regions the building will be used once again to teach area kids including those with special needs. 

A 50 year old Rochester man was arrested Monday after leading police on a chase from Bergen to Gates.  Genesee County sheriff’s Deputies attempted to pull over Anthony Liberi in Bergen when he took off and led them on a chase which ended when Liberi struck a median and his vehicle became disabled.  He is being charged with Unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, reckless endangerment, obstructing governmental administration, reckless driving and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.  

Do you have a business in the front and party in the back hairstyle or just like the look?  Do you like Buffalo Wings? Then perhaps you want to go to the USA Mullet Championship qualifying event at the 20th National Buffalo Wing Festival on Saturday.  Unfortunately registration for the competition is now closed but you can go grab some wings and cheer on contestants at 4pm at Highmark Stadium as they compete for cash prizes and the opportunity to go to the Mane Event Championships.  1st place prize is 500 dollars and a pair of Pit Viper Sunglasses.  

NFL veterans O.J. Howard and Duke Johnson are among the players released Tuesday, as the Bills trimmed their roster to 53 players.  Both players had signed with the team in March.  Howard, 27, came to Buffalo on a one-year, $3.5 million contract after five seasons with Tampa Bay. He was unable to surpass Dawson Knox, Tommy Sweeney or Quintin Morris on the depth chart. Howard will get to keep nearly $3.2 million despite being cut.  Johnson, 28, a seven-year veteran, signed a one-year deal with the Bills after playing for his hometown Miami Dolphins last year.  The full list of cuts includes: Matt Barkley, Greg Mancz, Luke Tenuta, Alec Anderson, Raheem Blackshear, Duke Johnson, Tanner Gentry, Isaiah Hodgins, O.J. Howard, Mike Love, Kingsley Jonathan, Brandin Bryant, Prince Emili, C.J. Brewer, Joe Giles-Harris, Nick McCloud, Ja’Marcus Ingram.  Defensive tackle Eli Ankou was released with an injury settlement.  Cornerback Tre’Davious White will begin the regular season on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list and will miss at least four games.  Linebacker Andre Smith is serving a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy against performance-enhancing drugs.  The 53-man roster was due by 4 p.m. Tuesday, though it remains fluid as teams around the league shuffle players.

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