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Ferreira’s 4 TD passes pace NY Bowl victory

November 20, 2017

Steven Ferreira threw four first-half touchdown passes and Devin Smith scored what proved to be the winning points on a strange fumble recovery Saturday as the SUNY Cortland football team defeated host Union College 35-28 […]

St. Mary’s winter bazaar a sign of the season

November 20, 2017

The floor of the St. Mary’s gymnasium was filled with people trying to sell their holiday goods Saturday. All the while, people were looking at books on the gym’s stage, taking their pictures with Santa […]

Red Dragons’ rally falls short

November 18, 2017

The Cortland women’s basketball team reduced a 10-point deficit with four minutes remaining to three Friday night but came up just short in a 68-62 season-opening loss to nationally 23rd-ranked Montclair State. The game was […]

Dragons rally past Ithaca

November 16, 2017

James Morales and Nicky Bonura combined for 44 points and Cortland overcame a nine-point, second-half deficit Wednesday night as the Red Dragons defeated visiting Ithaca College, 70-66, in the men’s basketball season-opener for both teams. […]

Seven Valleys planting a seed in city

November 15, 2017

Seven Valleys Health Coalition shared its plans Tuesday to turn part of an empty plaza on Homer Avenue in Cortland into a year-round indoor farmers’ market, commercial kitchen and education space. Susan Williams, project manager […]

Real Truth: Rx

November 14, 2017

COMMUNITY CONNECTION SPONSORED CONTENT BY CORTLAND AREA COMMUNITIES THAT CARE KNOW THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OPIOID MISUSE/ABUSE It is important to note any significant changes in a child’s physical appearance, personality, attitude or behavior. […]

When you need surgery, there’s no place like home

November 14, 2017

SPONSORED CONTENT Each year 50 million people in the U.S. undergo surgery. Whether it’s an emergency appendectomy or a scheduled routine procedure, everyone wants the same things — a skilled surgeon, a reputable hospital, and […]

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