Livonia Firefighters Save House from Easter Fire

LIVONIA – Firefighters saved a house from disaster on Easter Sunday at Vanzandt and South Livonia Road. According to first responders who were at the scene, the emergency call went out at about 1:05 p.m. and Livonia Fire Chief PJ Dwyer arrived first on scene to find a working structure fire. "Crews quickly knocked down the fire that was held to the kitchen area," said Dwyer. "Nobody was home at the time of the fire but one dog was rescued … [Read more...]

Monday Morning Springwater House Fire Under Investigation

Reading this on your phone or tablet? Download our new app on Google Play and the Apple store. SPRINGWATER – Fire experts are still investigating a house fire that was originally called in as causing the basement to flood with smoke, the second of two fires in Livingston County on Monday morning. According to a press release from Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, the Livingston County 911 Center received a call at 6:17 a.m. Monday morning reporting … [Read more...]

NEWSROOM REWIND: From House Fire to Newborn Baby, News in the Valley Never Sleeps

LIVINGSTON COUNTY — It looks like the winter is finally behind us as Josh Williams and Conrad Baker recap this past week's big stories from across the Valley. They start by discussing the house fire and heroic rescue by firefighters in Portage, mention some wild weather and safety concerns as we transition to spring, and finish up with the big announcement of a new addition to the Williams family. … [Read more...]

Portage House Rekindles, Flames Again Visible

Reading this on your phone? Download our new app on Google Play and the Apple store. PORTAGE – Nunda firefighters were called back to the scene of a house fire on Parker Road Friday afternoon as flames again were once again seen shooting out of the residence. In the early hours of Friday, Nunda firefighters rescued two women and a man who were trapped inside, and the cause of the fire was under investigation at the time of the … [Read more...]

Family of Four Loses Home and Dogs to Blaze in Mount Morris

MOUNT MORRIS — An early evening fire destroyed the home of a mother of three and claimed the lives of their four dogs in Mt Morris on Wednesday. Neighbors said that they saw smoke pouring from the roof of 64 Chapel Street at about 6:30p.m. on Wednesday. They immediately called 911 and some ran to help, but the fire was too intense to enter the house. Fortunately, the four residents, Tosha Norton and her three young children, were unhurt since … [Read more...]