April 18, 2019

Showcase to put on show

April 12, 2019

Molly Riley was straightening pillows, throwing blankets over chairs and setting a table Thursday morning, in anticipation of company this weekend. The crowd could be large, 2,000 people are expected, but Riley wasn’t prepping her […]

Shooting league takes shape

April 9, 2019

The Blodgett Mills Sportsmen’s Club was filled Saturday morning with 19 young people shooting through the foggy mist at clay pigeons. The crack of the gunshots reverberated through the air as the youngsters shot 12-gauge […]

‘Smile because it happened’

April 8, 2019

A night of commemoration for community members and past and present staff and alumni of Parker Elementary School in Cortland is planned for April 25. The 90-year-old school, which along with Virgil Elementary School, closes […]

Acts of racism alleged

April 5, 2019

Two top employees of the food service company that supplies SUNY Cortland — Auxiliary Services Corp. — have left the organization amid claims the company allowed employees to engage in racist behavior. Michelle Brackin, formerly […]

‘Don’t be ashamed of your story’

April 2, 2019

In neat writing, Christina Hatzinikolaou printed out these words Monday night in Sharpie on a T-shirt in a room in Corey Union at SUNY Cortland: “Don’t be ashamed of your story, it will inspire others.” […]

Finding their way

March 30, 2019

At one station, Homer eighth-graders were washing or styling a mannequin’s hair. At another they were creating candy spinal columns. And at another they listened to Cortland County Court Judge Julie Campbell tell them what […]

Audit: C’ville improperly spent public funds

March 30, 2019

The town of Cortlandville improperly spent $22,600 in public funds to create a boat launch on a former board member’s private property in Blodgett Mills, the state comptroller reported in an audit released Friday. The […]

Chancellor visits TC3

March 29, 2019

DRYDEN — SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson said Thursday during a tour of Tompkins Cortland Community College that its new recovery center is a prime example of the kind of wraparound service the college can provide […]

Eighth-grader from Homer set for GeoBee

March 21, 2019

Eighth-grader Randolph “Nik” Kruman is both nervous and excited about being a finalist for a state-level geography bee competition next week. On March 29, the Homer Junior High School student will go to Albany where […]

Cortland teachers visit new schools

March 20, 2019

Cortland elementary school teachers have visited their new schools, met their new principals and now the schools are creating their identities and missions, district officials said Tuesday night. Teachers in the district, which is closing […]

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