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Scooter riders enjoy easy travel around city

August 18, 2016

On a sunlit day in downtown Cortland, one may suddenly feel they have been transported to a European city upon catching a glance of Susan Wilson cruising through the city on her retro-style Honda Metropolitan […]

Purple Tigers looking for a game

August 18, 2016

Two days into practice for the upcoming season, the Cortland High football team’s game schedule suddenly shrank. The Purple Tigers were to have hosted Oswego Sept. 23 for Homecoming in their fourth game of the […]

City homes in on housing

August 17, 2016

CORTLAND – Much of the Common Council’s meeting focused on housing Tuesday as aldermen gauged input from a couple of residents on a proposed rental signage law and debated a proposed new homeowner’s assistance program. […]

Softball: Hogan paces K&B

August 17, 2016

Winning pitcher Justin Hogan was a perfect 5-for-5 at the plate and limited Central City to six hits Tuesday night as K&B Electric advanced to the Cortland Men’s Slowpitch Softball League A Division championship series […]

Dryden sidewalks make slow strides

August 16, 2016

DRYDEN — With designs drawn and an application put together, the village is now awaiting approval from the state Department of Transportation to install new sidewalks. The plan has been in development for about two […]

Fall schedules as IAC, CCL teams begin

August 13, 2016

The high school sports season is fast approaching with all area Interscholastic Athletic Conference and Central Counties League varsity squads getting started Monday. IAC, DRYDEN – Varsity and JV football take to the field with […]

SU grad students teach 7th-graders

August 13, 2016

TRUXTON — The gymnasium in Hartnett Elementary, which was closed in June 2015, was abuzz with joyous banter of fourth- to seventh-graders Friday, as they engineered balloon-powered rockets and car safety systems. The event was […]

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