Breast Cancer Coalition Stretches Gentle Yoga to Livingston County

LIVINGSTON COUNTY — The Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester says that its free 6-week Gentle Yoga course for breast and gynecological cancer survivors, which began in Dansville, will soon be offered in Geneseo as well. According to a press release from the Breast Cancer Coalition, Gentle Yoga is designed to help cancer survivors create freedom, space, and confidence, using guided meditation, breath work, gentle movements, therapeutic poses, … [Read more...]

Car Explodes in Dansville Attached Garage

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DANSVILLE – Firefighters saved a house on Deer Park Drive after a car apparently exploded in an attached garage Saturday afternoon. According to a Facebook post by Dansville Fire Chief Glenn Camuto to the Dansville Fire Department, a car exploded inside an attached garage. An emergency call came to the Dansville Fire Department at about 2:41 p.m. "As Chief of the Dansville Fire Dept I was very proud of the hard work and actions conducted … [Read more...]

Cops Catch 3 Teens and Stolen Guns in Dansville

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DANSVILLE – State Police arrested three young out-of-county residents for allegedly possessing stolen firearms on 390 in Dansville. According to a press release from New York State Police, two Mount Vernon, NY residents and one Stamford, CT resident were arrested for felony Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Second Degree and felony Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the Fourth Degree. The Stamford resident was also charged with … [Read more...]

FEMA’s Expanding Flood Maps Could Dampen Dansville Real Estate Market

DANSVILLE – Village Mayor Pete Vogt says that sky-high flood insurance rates have the potential to make the local real estate market a little soggy. A potential property owner who takes out a loan on a property in what FEMA considers an area with a high flooding risk must then purchase flood insurance. Vogt says that since disastrous storms like Katrina and Sandy, FEMA is redrawing maps to include many more properties in 'flood zones' than in … [Read more...]

Dansville Police’s Facebook Page to Return after Comment Outrage

DANSVILLE – The Dansville Police Department's Facebook page, which has been inactive since February 11, is expected to be back online soon. Dansville Village Mayor Pete Vogt said that the Village Board unanimously passed a social media policy for all village departments that in essence makes department heads fully liable for any messages that their employees post to the department's social media platform. "The responsibility for anything … [Read more...]

Teen Driver Bolts from Mount Morris Cops at 80 mph

MOUNT MORRIS – The Mount Morris and Dansville Police Departments and Livingston County Sheriff's Office worked together to catch a an Elmira resident who the say took off from a traffic stop Tuesday night. According to Mount Morris Police Chief Ken Mignemi, Raheem Daniel, 18, was arrested for misdemeanor Fleeing an Officer in a Motor Vehicle in the Third Degree and violations including Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, Speed in Zone, … [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...]

Cops Make First Arrest in Avon Burglary Investigation

AVON – The Livingston County Sheriff's Office arrested a Dansville man as the first suspect in an Avon burglary investigation. According to a press release from Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, Nicholas Young, 22, of Dansville, was arrested on Friday, March 17 for felony Burglary in the Second Degree, misdemeanor Petit Larceny and misdemeanor Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree. "Additional arrests are pending," said Dougherty in the … [Read more...]

Dansville Judge Runs for Re-Election as Write-In

DANSVILLE – Incumbent Village Justice Dave Werth is running for re-election, but his name will not appear on the Conservative line. Werth, who has been a Village Justice for 12 years and a Town Justice for 13, says that he misinterpreted the Board of Elections' instructions that paperwork be submitted '10 days before the primary election' and wound up missing the deadline. The way it turned out, it would appear that Scott Kenney is running … [Read more...]

U of R Noyes Live Streaming Cancer Center Ribbon Cutting

DANSVILLE – U of R Noyes Health is right now live streaming their own ribbon cutting and dedication of the Ann and Carl Meyers Cancer Center. Visit the link here to tune in! This ribbon cutting is the culmination of over two years of dedicated work and community outpouring. "Ann and Carl Meyers, in what seemed like the blink of an eye, committed to being the lead donors with a $2 million donation," said Noyes CEO Amy Pollard on the live … [Read more...]