Batavia Week in Review: Bank Robbery, Citizens of the Year, Air Rifle Revolt
Here are your top local stories from Dec. 23 to Dec. 30.
Here are the top stories in Batavia this week. Click on any headline to learn more and see photos:
Batavia Bank Robbery
Batavians React to Bank Robbery at Old Second National—Last week's armed robbery has motivated residents to be more cautious. Here's what they had to say.
Batavia Police Investigate Bank Robbery Dec. 22 (PHOTOS)—Here are some more photos outside the scene as police searched for answers.
Second Photo of Batavia Bank Robber Released—This image shows the suspect at a teller window.
Armed Robbery Reported at Old Second Bank in Batavia—The suspect had a semi-automatic handgun.
Teen With Toy Rifle on Route 31
Teen With Gun Near Park to Be Charged—The 15-year-old was spotted on Route 31 with a rifle Christmas morning.
Teen With Air Rifle Incident Sparks Reader Comments—Some think police overreacted, others declare it was the right move.
Steven and Britta McKenna Named 2012 Batavia Citizens of the Year—Two Batavians who “wanted to get involved” in 1991 when they moved to town were named the 2012 Citizens of the Year.
Batavia 7-Eleven Sells Winning Lotto Ticket Worth $7.2 Million—This is the second 7-Eleven location in Batavia this year to sell a ticket worth millions.
Batavia Parks Announce 2 New Department Heads—One is a familiar face, another previously did finance for the village of Addison.
Veolia in Batavia
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