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Graduates express themselves at ceremony

June 24, 2017

A simple black-and-white photograph of MikeaIa Allen receiving a hug from her dad, Michael, was posted on the Cortland High School senior’s purple graduation mortarboard for Friday night’s graduation ceremony. Written in script above it: […]

City bridge work begins

June 20, 2017

As work begins on three city bridge projects, a fourth has been delayed while a federal agency tries to decide if it would pose a hazard to the northern long-eared bat. The Army Corps of […]

Looking for solutions, hope at Cortland meth meeting

April 26, 2017

Margee Baldassarre of Homer listened attentively as police and other officials talked Tuesday night in the Cortland County Office Building auditorium about the dangers of methamphetamine in the community. They explained how significant the problem […]

McCabe unseats Suits in Homer mayoral race

March 21, 2017

HOMER — Darren “Hal” McCabe defeated three-term incumbent Mayor Genevieve Suits in what may be the most surprising race among area village contests Tuesday. McCabe, a Democrat, received 477 votes to Republican Suits’ 248 votes, […]

Homer High School unveils renovations

March 8, 2017

An 18-month project to upgrade Homer High School is wrapping up and will be marked by an open house Thursday in the new gymnasium, which will be open for gym class and use by sports […]

Marathon returns to 1890 with Union Fair

September 12, 2016

MARATHON — Walter Vinson walked alongside Sally, his 32-year-old quarter horse, during Saturday’s 1890 Union Fair parade while his 2-year-old daughter, Juliana, rode in the saddle, dressed as a Native American. It was Juliana’s first […]