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By Nicholas Graziano

CRMC addresses safety concerns

August 17, 2018

Cortland Regional Medical Center is taking steps to improve policy and structural aspects of the hospital after a leading international accreditation agency issued a preliminary denial of accreditation. The Joint Commission International, a private accreditor […]

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    Using the Emergency Room Wisely

    August 17, 2018
    SPONSORED CONTENT FROM CORTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER When you’re sick or injured, Cortland Regional wants you to know that you have options for care: a doctor’s office, a walk-in, or the emergency room. If your [...]
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    Non-opioid treatments for chronic pain

    July 20, 2018
    SPONSORED CONTENT BY CORTLAND AREA COMMUNITIES THAT CARE There is insufficient evidence that prescription opioids control chronic pain effectively over the long term, and there is evidence that other treatments may be more effective with less [...]
  • By Jacob DeRochie

    Rail project on track

    August 16, 2018
    As railroad work continues to close Clinton Avenue, causing waits and snarled traffic and sending it on carloaded detours in Cortland, the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway Corp. plans to start two new projects [...]
  • By Catherine Wilde

    BOCES cuts some tech classes

    August 15, 2018
    Diane Wheaton took down a flier that was hanging in the Cortland Career Works Office on Main Street a few days ago. It advertised adult education programs through BOCES, but it’s not relevant anymore. Most [...]
  • By Catherine Wilde

    Rat fight to take 5 weeks

    August 15, 2018
    The rats that have taken up residence in Dexter Park in Cortland are slowly being poisoned, but it could take five weeks before they are eradicated, neighbors were told Tuesday. That’s because they are very [...]
  • By Catherine Wilde

    Losing their drive?

    August 14, 2018
    When Tully high schooler Marcus Lombardo turned 16, he wanted to get his driver’s license as soon as possible. He wanted the independence of being able to drive himself around. And he definitely wanted to [...]
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    Different trucks, variety of personalities

    August 13, 2018
    As the parade began Saturday, people grabbed their umbrellas, while others watched from their cars as about 100 vintage and antique trucks traveled from the Brockway Museum in Cortlandville to Main Street in Cortland. The [...]
  • By Catherine Wilde

    Home ownership: Programs help families build on their dreams

    August 12, 2018
    For eight years, Christi Mikitiuk rented alone, then rented for three years with her boyfriend, Travis Carruthers. They lived in Cortland and were happy enough. But it started to bother them that were essentially throwing [...]
  • By Katie Keyser

    Diving in to help hospice

    August 11, 2018
    Jean Hamilton of Cortlandville swam competitively as a teenager, for an 11-year-period. “I am a firm believer that there is no exercise better for us than swimming,” the 70-year-old said. When her husband, Dave Hamilton, [...]

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