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SUNY students report racist taunts in election’s wake

November 15, 2016

SUNY Cortland is investigating two incidents of post-election minority baiting, even as the state pursues hate crimes investigations elsewhere in New York. SUNY Cortland President Erick Bitterbaum met with minority students who contacted him following […]

SUNY, city gear up for Cortaca activities

November 11, 2016

Police agencies have coordinated their plans. SUNY Cortland has planned its activities. The beer trucks have made their deliveries. Cortland’s ready for the Jug. The Red Dragons will seek Saturday to keep the Cortaca Jug […]

Expert: Ash-for-trash survey results biased

November 3, 2016

Click here to see the full results of the survey. CORTLAND — A poll Cortland County Legislator Charles Sudbrink hoped would sway his colleagues to support a deal to import incinerator ash to cover the […]

Nursing builds strong babies, companies

October 24, 2016

Stacey Anne Goldyn-Moller is absolutely supportive when her contractor, Sarah Tobey, brings 1-year-old Rowan to Goldyn-Moller’s shop. No problem if Tobey needs to nurse. Tobey isn’t self-conscious about nursing Rowan in the back room of […]

Federal grant seeds indoor farmers market

October 22, 2016

Workers at Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill gushed Friday about a year-round farmers market in Broome County — the kind of facility a federal grant could help establish in Cortland. “That’s a beautiful facility,” said Matt Hollenbeck, […]

Hanna bucks partisanship in Cortland visit

October 6, 2016

Rep. Richard Hanna doesn’t have to worry about getting re-elected. He’s not running for a fourth term. So when he spoke Wednesday night — in the same room in which he gave his first political […]

Warm, dry autumn in forecast

September 27, 2016

HOMER — Hundreds of faces peeked out Monday as Matt Pooler bent over his task: from the shelf behind him, from the one next to him; in the corner by the cash register; and from […]

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