posted on December 28, 2010 07:12
Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey has suspended all flights indefinitely. The move comes after the airport reopened briefly following the massive blizzard that pummeled the region over the weekend. Conditions are better at John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports in New York.
Each opened to departing and arriving flights last night.
A check this morning with Buffalo and Rochester Airports reveals there are still a number of flights to the New York area that have been cancelled.
Passengers are still advised to check with their individual airlines before heading to the airport.
Departure information is available here:
Rochester International Airport
Buffalo-Niagara International Airport
We have only received a couple inches of new snow over the past two days. A warming trend settles in Thursday, Friday and Saturday. New Year’s Day temperatures could top 50-degrees in Batavia.
The LeRoy man charged with shooting an arrow into a Brockport home has failed to show up in court.
23-year-old Philip Niccloy of LeRoy was to have been arraigned in Town of Sweden Court last night, but he didn’t show, and now a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Nccoloy was ticketed last Monday for reckless endangerment. Police said Niccoloy borrowed a bow and arrow from a friend and shot an arrow into a home on Spring Street in Brockport, narrowly missing a young girl inside.
Police said they do not believe Niccloy was targeting the family.
A West Henrietta man faces felony drunk driving charges for allegedly getting behind the wheel with children in the car following Sunday's Bills game. 55-year-old Jon Engelson allegedly cursed at Erie County sheriff's deputies and ignored their traffic commands while coming out of the parking lot. Engelson had two 13-year-olds in the car.
A nearby rock-salt company is under federal scrutiny for suspected unsafe mining practices.
The American Rock Salt Mine in Groveland, near Geneseo, has been cited 151 times this year for unsafe mining practices. They’ve been fined $1,000 per violation.
American Rock Salt supplies road salt for communities throughout the Northeast.