Student hit by car now listed as critical

November 14, 2017

A SUNY Cortland student struck by a car Saturday in Cortland has been downgraded from serious to critical condition, said officials at Upstate University Hospital this morning. Sidney McGowan, 20, was struck by a vehicle […]

Car hits student in city of Cortland

November 13, 2017

A SUNY Cortland student remained in the hospital this morning in serious condition after she was struck Saturday by a vehicle while crossing a street in the city of Cortland. Sidney McGowan, 20, was struck […]

Dryden trail expands

November 9, 2017

Another 2,600 feet has been added to a recreational trail set to connect Dryden to Freeville and Freeville to Ithaca. After working with the state Department of Environmental Conservation, the Dryden Rail Trail Task Force […]

Tree falls on college student

October 30, 2017

Walking up hill, in the rain, against the wind to a college class is not an ideal Monday morning for any college student. But try having a tree fall on you, too. A female SUNY […]

Solutions sought in opioid fight

October 26, 2017

Early education and prevention efforts, along with better safety options could reduce heroin and opioid abuse, Cortland residents told state officials Wednesday. “Despite all efforts … we have a long way to go to solve […]

Store rises on vacant site

October 19, 2017

A retail drug store will soon take the place of a former car dealership along North Street in the village of Dryden. On Tuesday construction crews at the site at 79 North St. were working […]

One arrested, one sought for graffiti

October 18, 2017

Cortland city police have made one arrest in a grime spree that began earlier this month, but are still seeking another suspect to clean up the graffiti case. Police arrested Jacob A. Vassalotti, 21, of […]

City graffiti becoming a problem

October 14, 2017

It started showing up over the past 10 days. First black and then dark blue. It was on downtown businesses, in city parks and even on traffic light control boxes. The culprit — graffiti. Most […]

Groups raise awareness of safety near railroads

September 28, 2017

Traffic slowed up Wednesday morning near the railroad tracks on Port Watson Street in Cortland. There wasn’t an accident. The crossing barriers weren’t stuck down. There wasn’t a train going through. Instead, members of the […]

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