Pre-K funds for Dryden, DeRuyter

December 7, 2018

The state has announced $15 million in funding for pre-kindergarten programs statewide — among them are programs in Dryden and DeRuyter. The $313,099 allocated this week for DeRuyter School District means the district can restore […]

Ticket sales promise biggest Cortaca Jug ever

December 6, 2018

Nearly 20,000 tickets were sold in the first week for the 2019 Cortaca Jug game in MetLife Stadium, assuring the largest attendance ever for the Cortland-Ithaca rivalry, the second-largest Division III football game ever played, […]

Is it discrimination, or care?

December 5, 2018

Cortland resident Lisa DeStefano claims she was discriminated against because of her disability when she tried to adopt a Siamese cat from the Cortland Community Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals recently. DeStefano […]

Prepare for change

December 4, 2018

Libraries are weeding out books, the three principals are discussing how their schools will cooperate and materials are being loaded onto the cloud, as the Cortland Enlarged City School District prepares for its new streamlined […]

Ruckers give Toys for Tots a lift with gifts

December 3, 2018

The hikers marched along Main Street in Cortland Sunday. Many carried a burlap sack or rucksack, full of gifts destined for Toys for Tots. The hikers waved an American flag up front and Toys for […]

Giving kids a boost

November 28, 2018

At Homer School District, families may start getting a postcard sent home highlighting their child’s achievements. Elementary school students will start seeing their accomplishments tracked in a chart that’s posted on the classroom wall. These […]

School, child care groups could share Parker school

November 23, 2018

Three child-care agencies and a church-based school agreed this week they could share a soon-to-be closed Cortland elementary school. However they still must run the numbers and create a business plan, perhaps by January, governing […]

Students tune in to vote

November 8, 2018

As a political science major at SUNY Cortland, senior Austen Johnson is very engaged in political activism, but what he found this year was that his peers are increasingly involved, too. Johnson stopped by Neubig […]

2019 Cortaca Jug to head to MetLife Stadium

November 7, 2018

ITHACA – The 2019 Cortaca Jug Football game will be at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., Ithaca College Athletic Director Susan Bassett announced this morning at a news conference. The announcement comes as both […]

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