Christian school eyes Parker Elementary

June 18, 2018

Cortland Christian Academy has discussed with the Cortland City School District the school occupying the soon-to-be vacant Parker Elementary School, Christian school leader Craig Miller said this morning. Miller said the pre-kindergarten-12 school needs more […]

Quarter century of change

June 12, 2018

When David Guerrera first started working for the Cortland Police department 25 years ago, arrests were a big deal and could be problematic. Now thanks to new advances in training, officers work through problems that […]

Drinking in the tradition

June 11, 2018

DRYDEN — People passing through the village of Dryden this weekend may have noticed a lot of cows. They were wooden cutouts. It was all part of an annual celebration now in its 34th year […]

U-Haul trailer turns up after 14 years

June 9, 2018

POLKVILLE — The trailer was returned Friday, just a little overdue: 14 years. And the late fees? About $165,000. A U-Haul trailer wound up Friday in Polkville 14 years after it was stolen, said Mitchell […]

Playground takes shape

June 1, 2018

Remember: Work before play. The work starts this week at Suggett Park. The play comes as soon as the new playground is completed. John McNerney, director of the Cortland Youth Bureau, said Wednesday construction on […]

Moe’s in C’ville accused of age, racial bias

May 30, 2018

The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is investigating a complaint that a Cortland man was discriminated against by his Cortlandville employer, federal documents show. Edward King of Cortland told the EEOC he was performing management […]

A royal affair in Tully

May 21, 2018

TULLY — Maybe it was the thought of spending time with a group of friends. Or maybe it was the tradition of a wedding. Or maybe it could have just been the pomp and circumstance. […]

ICE raid stirs local fears

May 17, 2018

HOMER — Farm employers worry about what could happen to their migrant employees in wake of a recent farm raid in Oneida County. Federal lawmakers are trying to ease those concerns. “Everyone in the (agriculture) […]

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