Firefighters lend help after church fire

August 2, 2016

Before the smoke settled in the Grace and Holy Spirit Church, at13 Court St., after an overheated fan apparently caused a fire inside Friday, city firefighters volunteered to keep the Loaves and Fishes program going, […]

Bon Ton draws 440 cyclists

August 1, 2016

CORTLANDVILLE — Some arrived Saturday at the Cortland County Fairgrounds on professional cycling bikes. Others on your average daily riding bike. There was even a couple on a tandem bike. Oh, and there were 440 […]

Presidential candidates get $12K from local residents

July 28, 2016

Sixteen area residents have donated more than $12,000 to the presidential campaigns of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump as of June 30. Fifteen of those people donated to Clinton’s campaign, totaling […]

Woman’s experience shapes success for others

July 16, 2016

When Susan McInvale, of Cortland, was in high school, her guidance counselor told her she was not smart enough for college. Now, with a bachelor’s degree, two master’s degrees and a Ph.D. in progress, McInvale […]

Studio blends dance, sign language

July 12, 2016

HOMER — Meghan Libous, of Locke, has established a new kind of dance studio locally, teaching people the rhythm and movements to songs through two methods: dance and sign language. Libous opened the Signature Dance […]

New police chief ready to help Dryden

July 11, 2016

DRYDEN — Since Randy Mack, of McGraw, was young, he aspired to work in local law enforcement and be able to help people. On June 16 he took a career step that will give him […]

Rising comic book writer visits city

July 2, 2016

While the Heroes and Villains comic book shop, at 75 E. Court St., is regularly stocked with stories of fictional protagonists and antagonists, an actual hero in the comic book industry visited the store Friday. […]

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