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It is a voting day in several Livingston County School districts. Among the district’s asking for budget approval—Dansville, where the school board is submitting a 32 million dollar spending plan to voters—21 million comes from state aid. The budget would require cuts of around $440,000 and tapping into the reserve to stay under the tax […]

The State Liquor Commission says a bar in Dansville is being cited for selling to minors. The commission says underage under coverer agents bought alcohol at CB’s Bar and Grill on Main Street during its most recent statewide enforcement sweep. Three other places Jack’s Place Gaslight Grill, Dansville CVS and Dansville Village Market –carded the […]

Flags are at half staff today to remind people of law enforcement officers who have died on the job. This is National Peace Officers Memorial Day and it is one of the two days a year that federal law requires flags to be lowered—including flags outside homes and businesses. Last year there were 158 line-of-duty […]

There is a new superintendent in a Livingston County School district. The Geneseo School Board has picked Cindy Flowers, who will move up from her job as Special Education Administrator in the District. The board says Flowers was the unanimous choice for superintendent because of her knowledge of the district and her commitment to its […]

People in Livingston County and across the country are being urged to lower their flags on Wednesday in honor of fallen law enforcement officers. National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund says Wednesday is National Peace Officers Memorial Day.– one of two days a year, when it is ok to lower non-government flags half way in […]

The Livingston County Sherif’s office is continuing an investigation into a crash earlier this week involving a deputy. Deputy Michael Phillps wasn’t seriously injured in that crash Tuesday afternoon that involved his cruiser and a minivan at Mt Morris Geneseo Road and Groveland Station Road. Sheriff Thomas Doughtery says Phillips was going north on Mt […]

State Senator Patrick Gallivan says the state should not allow convicted felons to serve on juries. The state Senate has passed a bill that would make new york only the third state to let those who have done time on felonies sit on juries. Gallivan was among those voting no—saying that by breaking the law, […]

Drug charges for two people after a traffic stop in Springwater. The Livingston County Sherrif’s office says 25-year-old Nishala Flowers and a passenger, 35-year-old Arvin Parnell, both of Rochester, had marijuana and concentrated cannabis between them when they were pulled over on North Main Street. Flowers was given an appearance ticket for a future court […]

Three people are facing drug charges after they were pulled over. The Livingston County sheriff’s office says 32-year-old Joseph Palma of Allegheny County was the driver of a car that was pulled over for a traffic violation on Lakeville Road in the town of Avon—and that he had a license that had been suspended 9 […]

The name of a New York State Trooper who died in the line of duty last summer is being added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. A ceremony honoring Trooper Nicholas Clark and others who have died on the job will be held next Monday. Trooper Clark was shot and killed […]

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