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 […]

Groton schools on track to become satellite BOCES

August 12, 2017

GROTON — With the replacement of roofs and floors under way at its elementary school, the Groton School District is taking its first steps toward transforming the way the district teaches its students. The work […]

Dryden school improvements planned

August 4, 2017

Almost five months after voters approved a $39 million capital project at Dryden Central School District, it appears as though work has yet to begin — just a few drones flying above the school grounds […]

LGBTQ Center seeks allies

August 2, 2017

The Cortland LGBTQ Center is asking businesses to stand with the LGBT community against discrimination, in light of a U.S. Justice Department opinion that anti-discrimination laws don’t apply to people who are gay or transgender. […]

Camp Owahta to offer Family Matters program

July 11, 2017

Families will get a chance to bond while climbing ropes, swimming or hiking nature trails at Camp Owahta on Aug. 5, all part of a special program geared toward the importance of family togetherness, called […]

Homer village office move advances

July 8, 2017

The Village Board will hold its first meeting in Town Hall since 2010 on Wednesday and village offices may return to the building within a month, Town Supervisor Fred Forbes said Friday. The Syracuse-based architect […]

Dairy show packs stands

July 7, 2017

When Elsa Hull’s Jersey calf lay down on her in the middle of the show ring during Thursday’s dairy cattle showmanship awards, Elsa quickly pushed her knees into her side trying to get her to […]

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