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Ski centers: Let it snow

November 15, 2018

Snow — and plenty of it — is in the forecast. Maybe as much as 9 inches. While the snow may disrupt morning commutes Friday or delay a school here or there, it could also […]

Brindisi adds to lead in Cortland

November 15, 2018

Anthony Brindisi, the Democratic candidate for the 22nd Congressional District, added more than 200 votes to his lead Wednesday over incumbent Republican Claudia Tenney in Cortland County following a count of more than 1,000 ballots […]

Speeding concerns

November 14, 2018

The Homer Village Board is looking to reduce the speed limit on a road and extend speed limit zones around the Homer Senior High School to make sure drivers reduce their speed around the school. […]

Court impounds Brindisi, Tenney ballots

November 13, 2018

The memory sticks from voting machines and all ballots in Cortland County, and all other counties in the 22nd Congressional District have been impounded by a state court order, as absentee ballots are to be […]

‘It means everything to me’

November 13, 2018

Sam Szczesny, 7, walked up to Anthony Madonna and handed him a folded piece of paper — on the inside it read, “Thank you,” with a couple of drawings. Madonna, a 97-year-old World War II […]

Fans unfazed by frigid temps

November 12, 2018

Temperatures were in the low 30s and the gusting winds carried snow flurries as Bridget Coyne and her family tailgated Saturday for the Cortaca Jug football game. They threw on extra layers and huddled around […]

Electrifying art at Center

November 11, 2018

Alison Weld went to see a friend’s artwork at the New York Public Library’s Center for Book Arts Exhibit. There, she saw Stella Waitzkin’s cast-resin sculpture “The Filmmaker” and was struck. “I loved it,” Weld […]

Forged by war

November 10, 2018

They were young men, teenagers, early 20s. Their peers grooved to the Beatles’ latest project, the White Album. They watched Jim Lovell, Bill Anders and Frank Borman become the first humans to orbit the moon […]

Prepping for Cortaca

November 9, 2018

Hotels in Cortland are nearing capacity; bars and restaurants are adding staff. Expect some tail-gating, increased police presence and maybe some traffic around entrances to SUNY Cortland’s west campus. It’s the Cortaca Jug weekend. Juniors […]

Let the bidding begin

November 9, 2018

The bidding process for a $13 million project to rebuild Clinton Avenue in Cortland — a project seven years in the planning — will begin by the end of the month, after the city was […]

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