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Community meets protectors

September 11, 2017

Eva Armstrong of Homer looked Saturday above Suggett Park from the top platform of a ladder truck with friends Bella Guido of Homer and Harper Sinclair of Kennesaw, Georgia. It was the most fun the […]

Rising drug prices hit Cortland hospital

September 9, 2017

Cortland Regional Medical Center expects to spend $4.7 million this year on the medications that keep its patients healthy, a 30 percent increase from 2016. That’s money the hospital can’t spend on raises for its […]

Paid SUNY Cortland parking pondered

August 26, 2017

As a new college year starts, SUNY Cortland students will park their cars either in their designated parking lots or on the surrounding streets, but Cortland city leaders are discussing imposing fees for parking near […]

Truxton plans for future

August 22, 2017

Soon, Truxton may update its town comprehensive plan to reflect the wishes of town residents who had their say in a mail survey on what their town should be like. The original Truxton comprehensive plan […]

Physics bus rolls into Marathon

August 16, 2017

Greg Armstrong held out two sticks with thick twine in front of a fog machine as a group of children watched. After a few attempts of making bubbles that ended up popping too soon, he […]

Annual Celebrate Cortland draws crowds downtown

August 14, 2017

Skyler Travis wants to be a truck driver. Others want to be a scientist, a doctor, a firefighter, pilot, artist, zoologist and toymaker. Zee-anna and Za-carib Sweat, were enchanted by the dog Cortland Police Officer […]

Security system to guard against improper dumping

August 11, 2017

The Cortland Department of Public Works is cracking down on people who dump unwanted materials in its composting area. For nearly 20 years, the yard waste composting facility on South Franklin Street has been receiving […]

A day of art, wine and song

August 7, 2017

Grant Dolge was selling some of his watercolor and pastel artworks at Courthouse Park on Saturday, a sunny day with a slight breeze that drew locals in to see what art treasures they could find […]

Fire damages Dryden apartment building

August 2, 2017

DRYDEN — Fire heavily damaged an apartment building in the Poets Landing Apartments complex off Route 38 early Wednesday night. The fire at 10 Keats Way was reported around 5:27 p.m. as a porch fire […]

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