Jury Convicts Campbell for Dansville Coke Deal

DANSVILLE – A jury convicted a Dansville man last Thursday for a 2015 cocaine sale to a confidential informant with the Dansville Police Department. Andrew Campbell, 27, was convicted of two counts of felony Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree and two counts of felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree. Over three days, several witnesses including the confidential informant and members … [Read more...]

Dansville Artworks’ Second Juried Show is ‘Open Themed’

DANSVILLE – Dansville's Main Street gallery is seeking area photographers for its second annual juried exhibition. Dansville Artworks says that the theme is completely open and selected works will be exhibited at the gallery during February and March 2017 at 178 Main Street, Dansville. All photo processes are welcome. Three photographers will be designated best of show by the juror and receive cash prizes in the amounts of $100, $50 and … [Read more...]

Dansville Cancer Survivor’s ‘Comfort Bags’ Build Spirits to Beat Cancer

DANSVILLE – Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy at U of R Noyes Memorial Hospital sometimes find surprise gift bags left for them by a kind stranger. A small blanket, a soft toothbrush for sensitive gums, lotion for dry skin...hardly treasures in ordinary life but all the world when a person is fighting with life on the line. A Dansville woman is behind these gifts, not just at U of R Noyes but as far away as Florida and the Carolinas. … [Read more...]

Moms, Pops, Tots and Shops Love Christmas in Nunda

NUNDA – Good food, friends, animals and rides packed downtown for a full weekend of Christmas in Nunda. Rosy-cheeked families and friendly businesses enjoyed the crisp air and gentle snow for vendor events, a book sale, ornament decorating and a live nativity scene on Friday, which was only a taste of what was to come on a very full Saturday. Breakfast with Santa had every belly full to explore local shops, meet Reilly the Camel and his … [Read more...]

Springwater’s AWOL Super Keeps Defending Absence from County Meetings

SPRINGWATER – Town Supervisor Deborah Babbitt-Henry continues to defend her near total absence from all of her Livingston County meetings. On Dec. 6, the GeneseeSun.com released an update reporting that Babbitt-Henry had officially missed all Human Services Committee meetings and 17 of 22 meetings of the Board of Supervisors. On Dec. 7, Babbitt-Henry posted the following as a Facebook comment on our story: "I answered the Suns negative … [Read more...]

No-Show Springwater Super Absent for All 2016 Committee Meetings

SPRINGWATER – Town Supervisor Deborah Babbitt-Henry has officially been AWOL for 100 percent of Livingston County Human Services Committee meetings in 2016. Babbitt-Henry was elected in 2012 and collects $15,510 per year. In October 2016, after the GeneseeSun.com published statistics on her absence over the past two years, she provided the following comment. Capitalization, bolding and underlining is from Babbitt-Henry’s email: “I work a … [Read more...]

Honeoye Falls-Lima Coach Arrested for Inappropriate Message to Teen

HONEOYE FALLS – The New York State Police arrested an Assistant Track Coach at Honeoye Falls Lima High School for allegedly requesting illicit photographs from a 16-year-old. According to a press release from New York State Police, Jeffrey Utegg, 32, was arrested for misdemeanor Endangering the Welfare of a Child. NYSP in Rochester made the arrest on Dec. 5 after an investigation which alleges that Utegg did engage in an inappropriate … [Read more...]

Secret Suboxone Sinks Duo in Dansville

DANSVILLE –The Livingston County Sheriff's Office arrested then re-arrested an Angelica resident and an Olean resident for allegedly packing drugs both on the road and in jail. According to a press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, Jon Faber, 31, was arrested for misdemeanor Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the Second Degree, misdemeanor Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree, and Unlawful … [Read more...]

Hunter in Springwater Reported Dead, Sheriff’s Office Investigating

SPRINGWATER — The Livingston County Sheriffs Office is investigating an E-911 call where a man was reported as a 'hunter down for an unknown reason' at approximately 8:30 a.m. Sunday. The Sheriffs Office confirmed that the hunter is deceased. The incident occurred in the vicinity of Marvin Hill Rd. This is the second hunter death in two days in Livingston County, yesterday's involved a man ins 80's who reportedly fell from his tree … [Read more...]

Hunter Dies in West Sparta on Opening Day

WEST SPARTA – The Livingston County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a hunter on Saturday, opening day of the regular firearms deer hunting season. According to Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, the hunter is a male in his 80's. "The call came in as a fall from a tree stand," said Dougherty. The investigation is in the area of Reed Road. As noted in the past, the Sheriff's Office recommends that all hunters use a safety harness … [Read more...]