March 21, 2019

Saving through separating

March 16, 2019

Charlie Sudbrink stood next to a 10- yard dumpster, no taller than 4 feet, that was half-filled with glass bottles at the Cortland County Recycling Center. While the bottles nestled against the side of the […]

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 […]

Drawing a picture

March 12, 2019

A group of SUNY Cortland students sat in a classroom in Cornish Hall early this week, flipping through a picture book, pointing out the illustrations and critiquing the book’s depiction of inmates. Stereotypical images of […]

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; […]

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