SUN VIDEO: Dansville Gratefully Honors Staff Sgt. Morrow

DANSVILLE – Friends, family, neighbors and fellow service members honored the life of Staff Sgt. Alexandria Mae Morrow on Saturday. Many members of the Dansville community joined Morrow's family at Williams Park for speeches, prayers and to lay wreaths and flowers at Dansville's memorial to veterans of all wars. Besides thanking her for her service to our nation, her friends and neighbors remember her as 'super positive, loved by all and a … [Read more...]

Fallen Airman’s Art Brightens Dansville School Office

DANSVILLE – The artwork of the airman who passed away in Jordan on Tuesday has adorned the wall of the school office since she was a student there. Alexandria Gleason-Jordan's mixed-media piece 'Chuck's' has been on display in the school's main office since 2009, her senior year. She had aspired to become an art teacher after concluding her military career. "In Dansville we honor all service members in life and in death," posted Dansville … [Read more...]

Livingston County to Lay Wreath for Dansville’s Fallen Airman

DANSVILLE –  Livingston County Veterans Service Agency will lay a wreath at the Veterans Memorial in Dansville to the family of the young airman killed in Jordan on Tuesday. In a press release, the Livingston County Board of Supervisors and Veterans Service Agency extended their heartfelt condolences to the family of Alexandria Gleason-Morrow, 25. On Saturday, March 25 at 1 p.m., the Livingston County Veterans Service Agency will be laying … [Read more...]

Livingston County Public Safety Heroes Share their Careers at GCC

DANSVILLE – Livingston County's public safety personnel presented their careers to college students at Genesee Community College (GCC) last week. Sheriff Thomas Dougherty said in a press release that members of the Sheriff's Office, Livingston County Emergency Management, Livingston County Emergency Medical Services, and Livingston County Public Health went to Emergency Service Careers Exploration Day at Genesee Community College (GCC) in … [Read more...]

Female Dansville Airman Killed in Overseas Incident

DANSVILLE – An airman from Dansville was killed in a non-combat incident Tuesday. According to multiple independent sources, Alexandria Gleason-Morrow was killed in a non-combat incident overseas. A 2011 Defense Video Imagery Distribution System video features Gleason-Morrow, then Alex Roope, as one of 'Bagram's Outstanding Airmen.' The 2011 video says that Gleason-Morrow served with the 389th Aircraft Maintenance Unit. … [Read more...]

Scott Kenney Upsets 30-Year-Plus Dansville Judge Tradition

DANSVILLE – A procedural wrinkle upset a Dansville court arrangement that is at the very least 30 years old and likely older. Scott Kenney, newly retired SUNY Geneseo Police chief, squeaked by now former Village Judge Dave Werth's write-in campaign with 53.77 percent of the vote to Werth's 46.23 percent. However, Werth is still an incumbent Dansville Town Justice for the next 2 and a half years. In recent memory, anyone who is a Town … [Read more...]

Zeh, Nagle Win Dansville Trustee Seats

DANSVILLE – Norm Zeh and Mike Nagle will be Dansville's newest Trustees. Zeh won 37.51 percent of the vote. Nagle won 32.63 percent. "I look forward to serving the community that I have called home since 1995," said Zeh in January. Incumbent Richard LeBar won 29.52 percent of the vote. The two will join Mayor Peter Vogt, Trustee Dan Rittenhouse and Trustee Robin Humphrey as members of the Village Board. … [Read more...]

Kenney: ‘I Always Looked Up to Judges’

DANSVILLE – Scott Kenney says that part of the reason he is running for Dansville Village Justice is because as SUNY Geneseo Police Chief, he always looked up to judges. Scott Kenney, newly retired after serving with SUNY Geneseo Police, Dansville Police, Mount Morris Police and NYS Parks Police says that he always thought that he'd like to be a judge after serving in law enforcement. Incumbent Judge Dave Werth is running a write-in … [Read more...]

Judge’s Race Could Change Dansville’s Court Tradition

DANSVILLE – Tuesday's election could break a long-standing standard practice in Dansville for town judges to also hold office as village justices. Due to a misinterpretation of election procedure, Village of Dansville's current justice, Dave Werth, is running a re-election campaign as a write-in. If he wins, court resumes as usual. In the event that Werth loses and Republican challenger Scott Kinney wins, Werth would remain in his capacity … [Read more...]