Official: All must be welcome

January 30, 2018

James Felton envisions an atmosphere at SUNY Cortland where every student has an equal chance at success because of the college’s inclusiveness, encompassing everything from the programs offered to the attitude of faculty and fellow […]

Cortland has no plan for nuclear attack

January 27, 2018

CORTLAND — It’s a normal January day as people in Cortland are sitting at home trying to keep warm when their phones buzz. It’s an alert from the Cortland County Emergency and Response Office’s Hyper […]

Beware: Potholes up ahead

January 24, 2018

You’re probably familiar with the “KA-THUNK” of a tire hitting a hole in the road, a teeth-gritting experience that leaves one worrying about a flat tire or damage to the car’s struts. Thanks to the […]

SUNY president points to bigger concerns in 2018

January 21, 2018

College is about pursuing a dream: finding it, preparing for it, chasing it, Erik Bitterbaum said Thursday. But today, reality threatens those dreams. Bitterbaum delivered the state of the college address in Corey Union’s Function […]

Sexualized behavior a problem in schools, students say

January 13, 2018

Editor’s note: This article contains some vulgar language. Thomas Stanislow-Field notices many of his fellow high school students slapping girls’ backsides and calling them names when the girls complain. He sees girls who are afraid […]

Wind chills may plummet to minus 40

January 4, 2018

Ten minutes. That’s how long it takes frostbite to damage the skin as temperatures drop below zero over the next few days, almost like the ice world of Hoth from “Star Wars,” and wind chill […]

First baby of the year full of surprises

January 4, 2018

CORTLAND — Livia Maya Watson has been surprising her parents since her conception. Born at 5:35 p.m. Monday at Cortland Regional Medical Center, the 7-pound, 7-ounce baby with a full head of black hair, was […]

Opportunities top education stories

December 28, 2017

The new year promises new beginnings for school districts, either in the form of new school leaders, efforts for state approval on a charter, a revamped educational structure or a hope to reverse enrollment trends. […]

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