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Lack of grocery gnaws in Groton

October 20, 2018

GROTON — Ruth Williams hasn’t seen a grocery store in the town of Groton since the 1990s, when Great American was there. In May 2018, residents in the area were again hit with a closure, […]

Dryden, Marathon advance

October 20, 2018

Both Dryden High varsity soccer teams had tough games Friday while the path to the semifinals was a little easier for the Marathon Central boys in Section 4 quarterfinal round action Friday. The second-seeded Purple […]

Banged-up Purple Tigers drop finale

October 19, 2018

NEW HARTFORD — “We’re a M*A*S*H unit.” That was Cortland High football coach Pete Reif’s summation of his banged-up team’s state after a season-ending 56-0 loss to host New Hartford Thursday evening in a Section […]

Charter school wins approval

October 19, 2018

The former Hartnett Elementary School, closed in 2015, will once more be full of young students next September, as a charter school for the site won approval Thursday. The SUNY Charter Schools Institute unanimously approved […]

Navigating Cancer Care

October 19, 2018

SPONSORED CONTENT FROM CORTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Carey Wilk often meets the people she serves when they are about to receive news that no one wants to hear. As a nurse navigator in Cortland Regional […]

Charter school approved in Hartnett

October 18, 2018

After five years of disappointments, the efforts of the Truxton Academy Charter School board paid off Thursday: The SUNY Charter School Institute endorsed forming the charter school. The school — to be located in the […]

‘Follow your dreams’

October 18, 2018

Marisa Baum sat Wednesday next to Cortland police Officer Joe Peters as he patrolled city streets, reported to a property damage accident, and watched while he negotiated with the irritated parties involved in the crash. […]

Caden Stafford sets mark as Cincinnatus advances

October 18, 2018

Watch out for the Cincinnatus boys’ soccer team in the first five minutes of each game. That message was underlined Wednesday afternoon as the third-seeded Red Lions needed just 31 seconds to score against visiting […]

Cortland falls in Class A first-round tilt

October 17, 2018

WATERTOWN — Riley Connell scored the game-winning goal from the top of the box in the 52nd minute Tuesday night as the host No. 7 Watertown boys’ soccer team ekes past No. 10 Cortland 2-1 […]

2nd look at paid parking

October 17, 2018

For the second time in as many years, the city of Cortland will discuss requiring paid parking along Prospect Terrace and James Street. This time, however, the proposal will get as far as a public […]

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