WDNY Local News, Tuesday November 14, 2017
Written by Jerry Lademan on November 14, 2017
Tuesday, November 14 2017
Police are investigating a rollover crash in Nunda that sent the driver to the hospital. That crash happened just before 3 on Monday afternoon on Fuller Road when the driver apparently rand off the road and into a ditch. She had to be rescued from inside the car and was taken to Noyes hospital with what are said to be non life threatening injuries. Officials think the driver fell asleep at the wheel and lost control of the vehicle.
Two people county have been arrested and charged with breaking into an apartment in Geneseo. . 80 year old Robert Cardone of Dansville and 33 year old Danielle Fisher of Livonia are accused of felony burglary after police say they broke into that apartment at the South Hill Apartments in Geneseo and stole clothing from inside. Authorities credit an alert neighbor with calling 9 1 1 after seeing some suspicious activity around the building.. Reports say Fisher has a previous record of an attempted burglary conviction in 2011and served 4 and a half; years in jail. She was taken to Livingston county jail without bail because of that, while Cardone was released on his own recognizance.
Kids in Dansville will have some messy fun later this month getting into the holiday spirit. The Dansville Public library is hosting a special program for children from 5 to 13 to build their own gingerbread houses on November 24th. The library will provide the materialslike the candy and icingand the best part is that the creations are edible. The program runs from 2 to 4 PM. If you’d like to sign up your child to participate, you can contact the library [585-335-6720]
A project in Mt Morris has turned into an archeologial dig with some interesting clues to Livingston Count;s past. Workers at the site of the old Mills Mansion have been clearing part of the the land for a parking lot for the nearby ARC of Livingston and Wyoming counties and have found artifacts dating back hundredsand even thousands of years. Among the findsnative american tools used by the seneca people who once lived on the land. Those involved say they’re detectives whose work helps understand how life was in the area long ago.
Darien Lake is planning on building a five-million-dollar roller coaster by next spring.The theme park revealed plans for their new roller coaster named Tantrum. Darien Lake plans on demolishing the Thunder Rapids log ride to build the new ride. Tantrum is expected to open in May.
More utility workers from New York State are going to help turn the lights back on in Puerto Rico. Nearly two-months after Hurricane Maria much of the island is still without power. Puerto Rico’s governor recently asked New York for help and now Governor Cuomo says that more people and equipment will be flown to Puerto Rico this week.