• The Genesee Country Express Open House is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• Watch a video of part of our display
• History of Dansville on display in print as well as tons of photos of YOU and YOUR family you can claim!!!
In recognition of Mental Health Month, Noyes Health will host its second annual Mental Health Art Show, to be held Wednesday, May 22, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the lobby of Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville.
Pioneer Park has a history that stretches far beyond a recent name change. The park, formerly known as Instructor Park, is credited with being the first cemetery in Dansville.
Children enjoyed a tea party on Feb. 23 at the Dansville Public Library.
Dansville water and sewer users can breathe a little easier knowing village officials do not expect to see the dramatic rate hike once thought needed to cover the planned wastewater treatment plant renovation.
The announcement came Tuesday night following discussion of an optional composting system that could be built as part of the plant upgrades. Superintendent of public works Scott Tracy shared preliminary figures that account both for the zero percent funding through the state’s Environmental Facilities Corporation and the recent sewer increases that took effect to start the calendar year.
Genesee Media Corp. has agreed to acquire WASB and WRSB radio from Marilyn Wolfe.
WRSB 1310 AM, based in Canandaigua, provides primary signal coverage to some of New York State’s fastest growing and most affluent zip codes. WASB 1590 AM complements WRSB’s coverage to points west of Rochester.
A piece of American history was captured at Alfred State last week when court reporting instructor Danielle Green transcribed an oral account of World War II given by veteran Paul Gerling, 87, of Wayland.
Dalton woman donates her hair to Locks of Love
We probably never imagined that we’d ever see the end of film in our lifetime. But it seems logical, considering the digital world in which we live, that 35 mm movies have gone the way of the dodo.
Joan Hart of Dansville and her sister Beth Dixon of Avon watched pieces of family history and memories of childhood go to the highest bidders in a span of about two hours.
The contents of Dansville and Mt. Morris Railroad Depot were sold at a public auction on Saturday.
It was balmy for December, which is likely why there seemed to be a larger and maybe a bit jollier crowd for this year's annual Winter in the Village festival on Saturday. A newly revamped schedule of events that included a full-day's worth of festivities, plus wider promotion, may have had something to do with the attendance as well.
Cheyenne Markowski, a Dansville eighth grader, won the 20-E1 district-wide competition for Lions Peace Poster Contest, an international competition through Lions International.
The community of Dansville has once again demonstrated its generosity for those in need. In early November, Jon and Tim Shay, owners of Main Tire Exchange, Inc., made a pledge to match gifts to the Red Cross with a company gift of up to $5,000.
Overall, the company helped raise $11,041, including the $5,000 matching gift. Individuals were able to donate online or through the Clara Barton Chapter No. 1 of the Red Cross on Elizabeth Street.
Dansville High School graduate and 1999 Alfred University alumnus Brian Quinlan was inducted into Alfred University’s Hall of Fame during a ceremony Oct. 6.
After one year without being able to give, New York State Festival of Balloons doled out a nice portion of its proceeds back to the community.
Jennifer Tomaschow has been making headway on refurbishing her three adjacent buildings – 173, 175 and 177 Main Street – which she bought four years ago.
Out of 154 entries, Dansville Fire Department presented 28 awards to Dansville youth Nov. 20 for its annual Fire Prevention contest.
Each entry was based on the theme, "Have Two Ways Out." Awards were given inside the Dansville Fire Department garage.