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Written by on January 22, 2022

A new name is proposed the Evan Street Ice Arena.
With approval by City Council, the rink will become known as the David McCarthy Memorial Ice Arena.
A foundation formed in David’s honor, will pay the city 31-hundred dollars annually for a 10-year naming rights deal.
McCarthy died in a car crash in 2006 at the age of 29. He was 1995 graduate of Batavia High School and a standout in baseball and hockey.
The foundation supports youth sports throughout the area.
Pellegrino Auto Sales and the McCarthy foundation submitted the most competitive bid to name the rink that had been known as the Faletti Ice Arena for many years.

The Town of Batavia will hand out free COVID test kits on Monday. The distribution will take place this Monday from 5 until 7 pm at the Batavia Town Hall drive-up window on West Main St.
There are only 110 test kits available with two tests per kit. You must be a resident of Genesee County and may take up to two kits per household while supplies last.

Three Genesee County residents – all over 65 – have died from Corona virus over the last one-week period.
Since the pandemic began 172 residents have died from COVID.

The Batavia Police Department has closed out the annual Mo-Vember/Don’t Shave campaign for 2021.
The Batavia boys in blue raised over $1700. The money will benefit Genesee Cancer Assistance.

Popular LeRoy Junior-Senior High School principal Tim McArdle has resigned.
McArdle has accepted a job as Assistant Principal at Caledonia-Mumford High School. He says he is looking forward to working in his home district.

In case you haven’t heard the Buffalo Bills meet the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. 6:30pm, Channel 4 in Buffalo, Channel 8 in Rochester.

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