posted on October 30, 2010 07:38
Two Jackson Street restaurants, operated by the same owner and located next to each other, are closing
Today will be the last day of business for The Jackson Street Grill and Belladessa’s Pizza.
Owner Jim Kujawski says that the sacrifices of running a restaurant were just …quote, not worth it anymore.
He said there had been a prospective buyer but the deal fell apart last week.
Jackson Street Grill opened in 2006, Belladessa’s was added two years later.
An electrical fire caused estimated 5-thousand dollars damage to a home on Walnut St. in Batavia.
City Firemen responded to the call at 2:30 yesterday afternoon at
Two adults and two children were inside the building – all got out safely.
Fire Lieutenant Jay Steinbrenner tells WBTA a faulty electrical panel in the basement started that scorcher.
The Batavia Fire Department is holding an open house today. The public is welcome at the Evans Street fire station from 1 until 4 this afternoon.
City Firemen are holding demonstrations of the Hurst Tool, also known as The Jaws of Life. There will be fire safety activities for kids, refreshments and prizes.
City Police will conduct child safety seat inspections.
Children are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes.
Genesee County Habitat for Humanity volunteer Ron Burroughs has been named the recipient of 27th Annual Health and Humanitarian Award.
The Jerome Foundation and the United Memorial Medical Center Foundation present the award.
It and recognizes men and women of Genesee County who have helped promote emotional, physical and spiritual well being of local residents.
Ron Burroughs has long been active in Habitat, rehabilitating homes for families who otherwise would have a very hard time buying a home on their own.
The award will be presented to Ron Burroughs at a luncheon in his honor Friday, December 3rd.