posted on September 13, 2013 07:03
The criminal case against LeRoy Town Supervisor Stephen Barbeau will be heard in Town of Bethany Court.
The two LeRoy Town Justices have recused themselves.
Barbeau is charged with harassment for allegedly shoving businessman Peter McQuillen during an altercation last month.
Authorities said McQuillen fell to the ground during the fracas.
The two men have been at odds for a long time.
County Court Judge Robert Noonan granted the change of venue to Bethany.
The LeRoy Urgent Care Center operated by UMMC will reopen on Monday. The facility has been shut down since June for a plumbing problem, an issue that should have been fixed in two weeks.
The hospital now says there wasn’t enough staff to reopen LeRoy and continue to operate their Batavia site at the same time.
The doctor who was convicted of drunk driving in the death of an Amherst teenager is injured after his car was hit by a teenager who has been charged with DWI.
Police say Dr. James Corasanti and his secretary were driving in Cheektowaga when they were rear ended by a car driven by a 17-year-old Amherst girl. The teenager was charged with drunk driving.
Corasanti suffered a minor back injury, and his secretary needed stitches to close wound in her head.
Government is often criticized for moving too slowly. Not this time.
The Batavia City Council just four days ago approved 30-thosuand dollars to repave a parking lot on School Street. And work on the project has already started. That’s the parking lot council had debated for weeks over a dumpster enclosure. That part of the job was rejected.
The Buffalo Bills say their next two home games - this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers and against the Baltimore Ravens September 29th are sold out.
That means the games will be aired on local TV.
The Bills have had issues with games being blacked out over the last few seasons, with the last three home games last year blocked from local TV because of poor ticket sales.