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Talk of new a new crosswalk in city

December 15, 2017

CORTLAND — The state Department of Transportation is studying whether the city of Cortland should install a crosswalk on Tompkins Street at Prospect Terrace, possibly with installation next spring. The study was not inspired by […]

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    Preventing overdose deaths

    December 6, 2017
    SPONSORED CONTENT BY CORTLAND AREA COMMUNITIES THAT CARE KNOW THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OPIOID MISUSE/ABUSE Overdoses don’t just happen to famous people. Every day somebody’s child, parent, sibling or friend dies from overdosing. These [...]
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    Returning home safely after rehab

    December 1, 2017
    SPONSORED CONTENT No matter what your age, returning home and safely resuming daily activities after a joint replacement or other major surgery can be a big challenge. Cortland Regional Medical Center offers a full range [...]
  • By Taney Beaumont

    Cortland’s track teams set for second season back

    December 15, 2017
    After returning as a varsity sport for the first time since at least the early 1990s last winter, indoor track is a back at Cortland High, with a new coach in Maura Chapman. The Purple [...]
  • By Katie Keyser

    Two Homer boys achieve national, state notoriety for singing

    December 14, 2017
    When Rowan Travis heard his preschool teacher play ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb’ on the piano — the official “clean up song” of the classroom, he was hooked. “I wanted to play piano,” the Homer [...]
  • By Robert Creenan

    Cortland development wins $5.2M in REDC funds

    December 14, 2017
    Ten Cortland County projects won $5.2 million in state funding Wednesday, as Central New York gained $86.4 million in state assistance for economic development, more than any region in New York. The money will help [...]
  • By Jacob DeRochie

    Uncle Louie’s prepares free dinner

    December 13, 2017
    CORTLANDVILLE — Gaylord Veit has one of the most important jobs at Uncle Louie’s Backyard steakhouse — prepare the Christmas dinner. Last year was his first year. He’ll return once again to the restaurant on [...]
  • Sports

    Cooper earns national honor

    December 13, 2017
    SUNY Cortland junior guard Justin Cooper has been named to the D3hoops.com National Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware, for the week ending last Sunday. The team recognizes the top five Division III men’s [...]
  • By Todd R. McAdam

    Tell us your top stories of the year

    December 12, 2017
    Click here to rank your stories Never mind that auld acquaintances thing. Every year about this time, editors tell reporters to list their best stories of the year. Partly, that’s because nobody can ever get [...]
  • By Catherine Wilde

    Dogs relieve student stress

    December 12, 2017
    A pair of Dandie Dinmont Terriers, Annie and Watson, greeted stressed-out college students with unflinching stares and stoic cuteness Monday at SUNY Cortland’s Corey Union. The long, fluffy white dogs, who owner Bill Veit, SUNY [...]
  • Local

    Purple Tigers hold on, stay perfect

    December 12, 2017
      SKANEATELES — The Cortland High boys’ basketball team got off to a strong start in its non-league game at Skaneateles Monday night. The ending left a little to be desired, though it still ended [...]

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