Students tune in to vote

November 8, 2018

As a political science major at SUNY Cortland, senior Austen Johnson is very engaged in political activism, but what he found this year was that his peers are increasingly involved, too. Johnson stopped by Neubig […]

Osborne wins Tompkins sheriff race

November 7, 2018

Democrat Derek Osborne was elected Tompkins County sheriff Tuesday, defeating incumbent Ken Lansing on the Independence line, and Josh Brokaw on the Truthsayers party line. Osborne got 21,396 votes to Lansing’s 8,553 votes and Brokaw’s […]

2019 Cortaca Jug to head to MetLife Stadium

November 7, 2018

ITHACA – The 2019 Cortaca Jug Football game will be at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., Ithaca College Athletic Director Susan Bassett announced this morning at a news conference. The announcement comes as both […]

Protests lead city to table paid parking plan

November 7, 2018

Cortland aldermen delayed a plan Tuesday to install paid parking along portions of Prospect Terrace and James Street after students, staff and SUNY Cortland’s president protested at a public hearing. “Three weeks ago, there was […]

Seward re-elected, but GOP falters

November 7, 2018

Incumbent Republican Sen. James L. Seward was elected to his 17th term in the state Senate on Tuesday, defeating Democrat Joyce St. George in the 51st Senate District — but it’s not the job it […]

Brindisi in a nail-biter

November 7, 2018

Democrat Anthony Brindisi holds a 1,400-vote lead in the race for the 22nd Congressional District over incumbent Republican Claudia Tenney in a nationally watched campaign, as Democrats reclaimed a majority in the House of Representatives. […]

Tuesday’s election results in Cortland and Tompkins

November 7, 2018

99.5% of state precincts. Major parties of candidates listed. * notes incumbent Party key: D-Democrat; RRepublican; C-Conservative; I-Independence; G-Green; WF-Working Families; Tru-Truthsayers; L-Libertarian; Ref-Reform.

Better safe than sorry

November 6, 2018

A new feature is being created along Tompkins Street in Cortland: a series of thin lines crossing the road, but means one thing — safety. The state Department of Transportation is working with the city […]

Win Thanksgiving on us!

November 6, 2018

CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY Rules & Prizes Thanksgiving is just around the corner! We’ve been scratching our heads trying to come up with a yummy seasonal dessert to bring to the table for the family […]

Getting crafty in Cortland

November 5, 2018

Sewing runs in the Donlick family. Christel Donlick started learning as a young girl while attending 4H, a youth mentoring program. Now her daughters have started their own business with their sewing creations. “Oh they […]

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