March 23, 2019

Bohn wants murder verdict tossed

March 20, 2019

The man found guilty of murdering 2-year-old Kassidy Dain is looking to vacate the verdict and requesting a new trial, alleging judicial bias, prosecutorial misconduct and juror misconduct. Dorain Bohn, 29, originally from the Buffalo […]

Cut for cancer

March 18, 2019

With phone in hand recording a video and taking photos, Frances Shellings watched as her brother Jon Garrow’s curly hair fell to the floor. In less than 10 minutes his curly hair and beard were […]

Hundreds at bowl-a-thon strike at hunger

March 18, 2019

Carol Kuck grabbed her bowling ball and raised it up, keeping her eyes locked on the pins. She swung it back and then forward, releasing it and watching as it barreled down the lane crashing […]

School bus safety a priority for law enforcement

March 16, 2019

Wednesday morning, parents waiting with their kids at the bus stops in Homer and Cortlandville noticed a sheriff’s officer trailing a bus. Another followed it that afternoon. And again Thursday morning. It was no accident; […]

Car collides with bus in Homer

March 15, 2019

No injuries were reported after a Jeep crashed Thursday afternoon into a Homer Central School District bus with 22 students aboard. State police and Homer firefighters responded at 3:23 p.m. to Route 41 near Spencer […]

Playground funds OK’d by board in Homer

March 14, 2019

Children will soon be able to play on a new jungle gym at Newton Park in the village of Homer after the village board agreed to buy more than $24,000 of playground equipment and revealed […]

Crash course

March 14, 2019

As the phone next to Cortland County sheriff’s Officer Peter Wright dinged, he slowed the vehicle, grabbed the phone and proceeded to send a text while occasionally glancing at the road through the Fatal Vision […]

19th century killing ‘solved’

March 12, 2019

Some people’s and place’s names change, but Martin Sweeney said two things remain true about his new book: He wanted to finally say “who done it” for an unsolved murder, even if it’s only fictional; […]

‘You can and will’

March 11, 2019

As Garrett Meriwether raced through the 3-mile course Saturday, he pushed himself to make it up the hills and other obstacles. “Mainly, I just kept telling myself that ‘you started this, you can and will […]

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