SUNY Cortland holds open house

October 10, 2017

More than a dozen prospective pre-med majors listened to biomedical professor Theresa Curtis explain to them how rigorous the requirements are that lie ahead of them, at Monday’s Open House at SUNY Cortland. That didn’t […]

We Win! $10M awarded to revitalize downtown Cortland

October 6, 2017

CORTLAND — Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to Cortland this morning, bringing with him a $10 million promise to help revitalize downtown. The $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative could spur another $60 million in public and […]

Recruiting, retaining teachers proves difficult

October 4, 2017

Homer Central School District finally hired a technology teacher this year, after advertising for the job three times, due to a state change that gave schools more flexibility in hiring for that position, said district […]

Librarians: Read a banned book

September 26, 2017

Clerk Alyssa Harvey worked hard last week on her display at Cortland Free Library for banned books week: It features titles of books ranging from “To Kill a Mockingbird” to” The Giving Tree,” superimposed over […]

J.M. Murray seeks president

September 22, 2017

J.M. Murray center is seeking a new president; President Floyd Moon plans to retire April 1, said Barb Ackley, vice president of human resources. The center, on Route 13 in Cortlandville, supports individuals with disabilities […]

Common Core rollout planned

September 19, 2017

Students under the latest revision to Common Core won’t have to take the new tests until spring 2021 — giving them and teachers time to prepare — and probably won’t notice many classroom differences even […]

Youngsters romp at Lime Hollow pre-K

September 12, 2017

Four-year-old Hazel Morris is good at finding things, says her mom, Stephanie Roberts. Her fine-motor skills have always been good, too. That keen eye and firm grasp helped Hazel spot and hold onto a wriggling […]

SUNY Cortland students move in

August 25, 2017

Excelsior Scholarship or not, freshmen moving in Thursday said they were excited about starting their new chapter of life at SUNY Cortland. It was the first year of the state’s scholarship offered to offset tuition […]

TC3 president taps experience to guide

August 23, 2017

When Orinthia Montague started as an undergraduate at Truman State University in Missouri years ago, she would not have completed college had it not been for the support she got from faculty. That experience shaped […]

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