Car Knocks Down Geneseo Telephone Pole

UPDATE: Reservoir Road is now open. GENESEO – A car ran off Reservoir Road and into a telephone pole Tuesday afternoon. According to first responders on scene, the car ran off the road and knocked down the pole at about 12:31 p.m. The driver was not injured. Telephone lines were down on the car. The driver was able to safely get out of and away from the car. National Grid is currently on scene. The accident did not result in loss … [Read more...]

Lights Back On after Livingston County Blackout

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Power has returned to areas of central and southern Livingston County that lost power Tuesday afternoon and evening. Online outage maps by Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E) and National Grid show that all of approximately 3,970 people who lost power in an area that includes Nunda, Portageville, Mount Morris, Groveland and Conesus now have their lights on. Electrical lines were down on the border of Mount Morris and … [Read more...]

Electricity Returns to 1,400 in Southern Livingston County

UPDATE: NYSEG Equipment Failure Caused Livingston County Blackout LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The lights are back on after about 1,400 customers were without power Monday afternoon. According to New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG), 1,401 customers were without power in Dansville, North Dansville, Ossian, West Sparta, and Mount Morris. In Dansville, several businesses including Tops and Rite Aid and the traffic signal at Commerce Drive and … [Read more...]

1,400 without Power in Southern Livingston County

UPDATE: NYSEG Equipment Failure Caused Livingston County Balckout UPDATE: Electricity Returns to 1,400 in Southern Livingston County DANSVILLE – A power outage has left approximately 1,400 people without electricity Monday afternoon. According to New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG), 1,401 customers are without power in Dansville, North Dansville, Ossian, West Sparta, and Mount Morris. Power is expected to be restored within the … [Read more...]

Mysterious Power Outage Darkens Dansville Business Strip

UPDATE: NYSEG Equipment Failure Caused Livingston County Blackout UPDATE: 1,400 Without Power in Southern Livingston County DANSVILLE – Several businesses and at least one traffic light on or near Rte. 36 (Franklin Street) are without power Monday afternoon for unknown reasons. Employees at Tops on Franklin Street and Rite Aid on Foster Wheeler Drive say that they lost power at about noon on Monday. The traffic signal at Commerce … [Read more...]

Hardware Upgrade Will Cause Half-Hour Outage for Sheriff’s Office’s Non-Emergency Phone

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The Livingston County Sheriff's Office says that upgrades to their communications systems will cause a brief outage of their non-administrative phone on Friday. According to a press release from Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, an upgrade to the Sheriff's Office non-emergency telephone system, (585) 243-7100, will cause a 30-minute outage for that number starting at 3 a.m. on May 13. "We have scheduled this outage at a time … [Read more...]

More than 8,000 Without Power in Livingston County

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Massive power outages have left more than 8,000 Livingston County residents without power. As of 6 p.m. Thursday, National Grid reports that 8,283 customers are without electricity. A blown transformer was reported in Lakeville at 4:49 p.m. Outage areas include Conesus, Geneseo, Groveland, Livonia, and Hemlock. National Grid says that power is estimated to be restored by 10 p.m. Power is currently out at Genesee … [Read more...]

Blown Transformer Knocks Out Power for 5,500 Livingston County Residents

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A blown transformer has resulted in power outages for nearly 5,500 residents on Conesus Lake and across central and eastern Livingston County. The blown transformer was originally reported at about 4:49 p.m. According to National Grid's website, the power is expected to be restored by 10 p.m. Outages are reported in Lakeville, Groveland, Geneseo, and Conesus. Power is currently out at Genesee Valley Plaza in … [Read more...]