WBTA Sunday News
Written by Dan Fischer on December 3, 2017
Fire raced through a barn on Black Street in Pavilion.
The first of four fire companies arrived on scene around 4:45 yesterday afternoon.
The barn was fully involved when volunteers got there. The barn was declared a total loss. There were no injuries.
The cause has not been officially determined but investigators are looking closely at a parked tractor as a possible cause.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is saying that the federal government should be ashamed of its response to help Puerto Rico after it was devastated by Hurricane Maria.
Cuomo spoke at Kennedy Airport before departing to Puerto Rico yesterday to check on the recovery there and offer assistance.
The Governor criticized Congress for staying up all night to pass their tax plan while not acting on the 94-billion-dollar Build Back Puerto Rico bill.
The normally clean shaven officers of the Batavia Police Department are extending their Mo-vember fundraiser into the month of December.
The officers pay a fee to allow their facial hair to grow.
The money raised went to Genesee Cancer Assistance.
The Mo-vember campaign has become Don’t Shave December.
Funds raised this month will support a county jail deputy who is battling a long term illness.
The first and only Super-moon of the year will be visible tonight in Batavia.
A Super-moon is the largest and brightest all year.
It occurs when a full moon is the closest to the earth.
If you miss tonight’s, there will be two next year: January 1st and January 31st.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots visit Buffalo this afternoon.
The 6 and 5 Bills meet the 9 and 2 Patriots. The Pats are on a seven-game win streak. Kick-off at New Era Field is 1 p.m. today.