Tuesday News Brief

Written by on May 23, 2023

23-year-old Brittany Bolton of Batavia has been arrested and charged with petit larceny. It’s alleged she concealed $45.32 worth of merchandise in her purse and failed to scan all items at the self-checkout. She then allegedly passed all points of sale without paying for the concealed items. Bolton was issued an appearance ticket for Batavia Town Court next month.



The City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants tomorrow, May 24 from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the general area of south of West Main Street and West of Jackson Street. Homes and businesses nearby will be affected. These tests may result in a temporary discoloration of water in that area. Do not attempt to wash any clothing if your water appears discolored. If you do experience a discoloration, run cold water for about 5 minutes or until clear. If you have questions, or should notice a hydrant in need of repair, please contact the fire department at 585-345-6375.


Paul Kesler

Starting July 1, a familiar face will be back at the helm at John Kennedy Intermediate as Paul Kesler once again assumes the role of principal. The appointment follows a long history of school leadership in Batavia. He’s been the principal of Batavia High School since 2018 and began his career with the district at John Kennedy in 2005 as principal. With the departure of Mr. Kesler from the high school, Jason Smith and the Batavia City School District leadership team will immediately begin the search process to name a replacement.


Monday’s Memorial Day Parade in Batavia is scheduled to start at 9:45am at the East Town Plaza. They’ll travel west along Main Street and end at Alva Place. In LeRoy, the parade will begin at 10:30am from the American Legion to Trigon Park with a ceremony at Trigon Park at 11:00am immediately following the parade.



Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London

The Buffalo Bills are going to be playing across the pond this season, and Triple A has come up with a travel package so fans can see the game in-person. The Bills will be taking on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on Sunday, October 8th. The trip will run from October 5th through the 10th and includes flights, a hotel stay, sightseeing activities and tickets. A double occupancy costs $3,999 and a single occupancy is going for $4,699.



The Bills announced that safety Dean Marlowe will remain in Buffalo on a one-year deal. Marlowe was brought back last season in a trade with the Falcons, as the Bills were in need of some depth due to injuries. Buffalo gave up a 7th round draft in the 2023 draft in the trade. Marlowe played in a total of four games after joining midway through the season. The Bills also signed an non-drafted free agent, Joel Wilson from Central Michigan University. That makes for another tight end to be thrown into the mix.



Undated file photo of Memorial Watchfire

The New York State Office of General Services is still in the process of collecting American flags so they can be properly retired. Worn and tattered flags can be dropped off at locations across the Empire State and they’ll be properly disposed of during the Memorial Watchfire at the New York State Fairgrounds this weekend. Donations are being collected through Friday. In our region, you can drop off worn and tattered flags at the NYSP Troop E Zone 1 Station, 1155 Scottsville Road, Rochester. For more information, click here: https://www.cnyvrf.org/watchfire-2023/





The City of Buffalo has extended the deadline for residents to sign up for the upcoming police entry exam. The original deadline was yesterday, but now it has been set for May 31st. In order to qualify, people must be at least 19 years old, but individuals who reach their 35th birthday before the exam aren’t eligible. A current and valid driver’s license and high school diploma, GED, or equivalency diploma are also required. The exam is scheduled to happen June 17th.



Lego “Pac-Man” Arcade

Lego is releasing an over two-thousand piece set celebrating “Pac-Man.” The set based on the 1980s arcade game comes with a light brick to light up the coin slot. “Pac-Man,” launched in Tokyo in 1980, became the most successful arcade game of all time. The Lego set doesn’t work as an actual gaming system, the company says fans will love the “retro game details.”



Dylan Mulvaney

Anheuser Busch is buying back cases of expired Bud Light from wholesalers after the Dylan Mulvaney controversy. The beer went unsold after the brewer’s marketing partnership with the transgender influencer. A pair of Instagram posts by Mulvaney sparked a mix of online backlash causing a dip in Bud Light sales. The brewer says it is planning a branding revamp that will focus on the all-American themes of football and country music.


The TSA is advising travelers to allow themselves extra time as they head to airports around the country this weekend. The summer travel season begins Friday with the start of Memorial Day Weekend and more than two-point-six million travelers are expected to go through security checkpoints that day alone.



Julia Faustyna’s claim that she was the missing Madeleine was ruled out by DNA testing.

A new search for a British girl who has been missing for 16 years is set to get underway in Portugal. German police are set to start searching a remote reservoir in Portugal for Madeleine McCann, according to local media. This will be the first major search for McCann since 2014. By the way, the young woman who three months ago claimed to be Madeleine, was found not to be her through DNA testing.



May 23 in history…


“Hello, is this the ‘Mounties’? This is Wilbur. I’m calling for my horse, Ed. He’s been looking for work since our show got cancelled…”

…In 1873, Canada created the North West Mounted Police. They would later become known as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.






Bonnie and Clyde

…In 1934, bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were shot and killed by police in Bienville Parish, Louisiana.





Sam Snead, 1965

…In 2002, Hall Of Fame golfer Sam Snead died at the age of 89.





Phil Mickelson hoists the trophy in 2021.

…In 2021, Phil Michelson becomes the oldest person to win a major golf tournament when he won the PGA Championship. He was 50-years-old when he took home the win.

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