• Deputies said he waved rifle at people on construction site and at Nunda Lumber
• Public should call 911 and not approach the three males who robbed a 70-year-old man during a home invation.
• More on this story this weekend on dansvilleonline.com and in the Sunday Spectator
• UPDATE: Police have suspect in custody after crash
• Information on how to contact troopers
• Two different events
• David L. Scott jailed on six charges
• Incident took place in Granger
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.
A 13-year-old boy was hit by a jeep in the early evening hours of Nov. 13 in Dansville.
Dansville’s Main Street was temporarily disrupted by a collision involving three vehicles on Nov. 10.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Office says people are still hurting in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and the department is involved in the relief effort.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Office has charged two in connection with a string of burglaries in West Sparta.
The Bethesda Foundation recently awarded $1,500 to the South Dansville Volunteer Fire Company for the purchase of a new Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
Dansville Fire and EMS were dispatched to 4424 Christian Rd in the Town of Ossian for a report of a gas explosion in the kitchen of a residence and the homeowner outside with injuries.
Dansville Police report the arrest of Myrna Martinez, age 46, of Dansville. Martinez was charged with assault and possession of a weapon following a report of a stabbing.
Police determined that Martinez and a male friend were installing carpet at 103 Main Street. The pair began arguing, which ended with Martinez allegedly lashing out with a carpet knife, opening a five inch laceration along the man's jaw.
The victim was taken to Noyes Memorial Hosptial by Dansville Ambulance. Martinez was arraigned on the charges and held on bail in the Livingston County Jail.
Raymond Corbin Jr., 45, of Dansville, was arrested today on three felonies, according to press reports from Livingston County Sheriff's Office. Charges include second-degree rape, second-degree criminal sexual act and other charges.
It’s hard to believe the 46th annual Dogwood festival has come and gone already.
The week-long celebration culminatedwith its annual parade, in which several area marching bands, classic cars and tractors, plus several organizations flaunted their floats down Dansville’s Main Street.
Among the highlights was the area fire departments proudly marching to vie for a grand marshal trophy.
Sparta Center firefighters responded to a call Friday a little before 3 p.m. Chief Kevin Robinson said a controlled burn that went out of control caused a barn to catch on fire on the William Beman property on Church Road in the town of Sparta. No one was injured.
Arnold Brunswick and Steve Parks were given surprise recognitions prior to the Atlanta Fire Department, Hatch Hose Co. meeting May 10. Each have given more than 50 years of volunteer service to the company – Brunswick with 54 years; Parks with 51 years.
Not again. This was the sentiment of Wayland resident Sheila Palmer and town officials as her basement flooded for the second time since April 2011.
Perkinsville Fire Department — the Fearless Hook & Ladder Company — celebrated its 120th anniversary with an open house on April 29. Community members gathered for a chicken barbecue and toured the station, which dates back to 1892. In addition to lunch, department members offered blood pressure and oxygen tests.