February 16, 2019

Hemp industry blossoms

February 16, 2019

Two years ago, in October 2017, Trevor Sherman of Dryden began growing a small amount of hemp for a friend at the Ithaca Farmer’s Market to use for juicing. Just over a year ago, he […]

Opening doors

February 15, 2019

In 2018, 35 SUNY Cortland freshmen enrolled in the Educational Opportunities Program, which gives students, who may not meet requirements to attend SUNY, a chance at an education. The program, which is nearly a half-century […]

Plaudits for Homer’s police

February 14, 2019

Homer School Resource Officer Quentin Giles recognized the need for a child-safety program in the school district last year and got to work. Giles contacted the National Child Safety Council to get an idea of […]

City of Cortland, ride-share companies at odds

February 13, 2019

The Cortland City Police Department is sending a message to ride-sharing companies: If they don’t follow city code, then they can’t operate here. However, one company is firing back, citing a state law that says […]

City, C’ville agree on bike trail

February 7, 2019

Cortlandville and the city of Cortland will work with a central New York agency to plan a bike trail to stretch from as far north as Oswego County to the southern tip of Cortland County. […]

County lawmaker Hartnett mourned

February 7, 2019

Cortland Police Officer Jesse Abbott enjoyed going in to Frank and Mary’s Diner and speaking with Thomas Hartnett. “We were old friends,” Abbott said Wednesday. In 2017, Abbott asked Hartnett to pose for a portrait […]

Jail roof replacement to begin next week

February 7, 2019

Cortland County Sheriff Mark Helms hopes he’ll receive a state report today detailing repairs needed to reoopen the jail that was closed due to flooding. “They (the state Commission of Corrections) actually keep putting the […]

Ash trees removed from park

February 6, 2019

The loud hum of heavy equipment and chainsaws buzzed Tuesday afternoon through Dwyer Park in Preble. A pile of cut branches, lay in part of park. Next to that lay about a half dozen logs. […]

‘She got justice’

February 5, 2019

Dorain G. Bohn was convicted Monday of murdering a 2-year-old girl last year because, prosecutors claim, he was upset that he had to baby-sit her rather than drink and play video games. Bohn, 29, originally […]

Man, 82, dies while ice fishing

February 5, 2019

SEMPRONIUS — An 82-year-old Scott man died Monday afternoon when he fell through the ice of Skaneateles Lake near Sempronius. Alfred Coon was ice fishing on the lake when he fell through the ice and […]

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