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A man from Nunda has admitted that he stole and then illegally sold a loaded gun and will go to prison for several years. 32-year-old Joseph Blizzard’s pleaded guilty in Livingston County Court to a felony weapons possession charge. He’ll be sentenced in May and is expected to be sent to state prison for 3 […]

Voters in Dansville have re-elected mayor Pete Vogt. Vogt beat challenger Keith Petti 382 to 411 to secure a third term. Also in Dansville, Joshua Weidman was re-elected as village justice while Dan Rittenhouse and Floyd Sick were chosen for the board of trustees. Four other villages also voted Tuesday. Among them Mt. Morris which […]

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 It is voting day in five villages in Livingston County. Among them is Dansville, where voters will elect a mayor, a village justice and two members of the village board. Polls open at noon and close tonight at 9 at the North Dansville Town Hall. Other villages voting today are Mt […]

The Dansville Police officers association is endorsing two candidates for Livingston County Court Judge. The association says it believes Kevin Van Allen and Jennifer Noto are best qualified to fill the two openings on the bench in November. Van Allen and Noto are trying to fill the jobs that will be open because current judges […]

Friday, March 15, 2019 Sunday is St. Patrick’s day and police will be looking for impaired drivers who have celebrated a bit too much. State police say they will be out in force this weekend as part of a stepped-up enforcement campaign. Local police will be taking part too with more patrols and sobriety checkpoints. […]

Thursday, February 14, 2019 A former athletic trainer from Conesus is facing new charges. 30-year-old Austin Pratt was charged in January with rape—and now he is facing federal charges of enticing a minor and production of child pornography. Pratt had worked as a contracted trainer in the Geneseo School district. State police began their investigation […]

New federal court papers are providing more information about the case against Congressman Chris Collins. The latest filing released last week detail the federal case against Collins, his son and his son’s future Father in law—who are accused of insider trading involving an Australian based drug maker, whose trial medicine for multiple sclerosis had failed. […]

Livingston County will see some road improvements as part of an additional 5 point 5 million dollars allocated for the region. The money will help fix roads that were damaged by hards winter weather in Livingston. Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Counties. Among the paving projects scheduled for later this year–1.3 dollars wilt go to million […]

Monday, March 11, 2019 A man from Wayland is facing felony drunk driving charges after a call to 9 1 1 about a reckless driver. The Livingston County Sheriff’s office says 28-year-old Jonathan Miller was pulled over when he drove into the parking lot of the 7-11 in Hemlock following the complaint and that he […]

The SUNY Geneseo Swim team has had a great season and has qualified for the NCAA Division 2 tournament in North Carolina, but they’re having a problem getting there. Under an executive order from the governor, state money can’t be spent to travel to North Carolina because of because of its ban on the use […]

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