Child care providers join together to stem costs

February 6, 2018

Stephanie Manning is a working mom who says her family must budget carefully to afford full-time child care for their 21-month-old daughter, Adelaide. She was picking Adelaide up from Here We Grow Child Care on […]

Fire dept. offers first CPR classes

February 5, 2018

You’ve seen it before on TV: People sit down at a restaurant for dinner. Everything is fine until the older man sitting across the room hunches over into his plate of lasagna clutching his chest. […]

Frozen fishin’ fun

February 4, 2018

WHITNEY POINT — An almost yearly weather-dependent event is once again scheduled for February for the first time in four years — the New York State Crappie Derby. The derby, which has been canceled the […]

Charges unlikely over lapsed pistol recertifications

February 2, 2018

CORTLAND — Fewer than 2,200 of 7,000 pistol owners in Cortland have recertified their permits by Wednesday’s deadline, state records show, but the remaining 4,800 won’t face the felony charge they would otherwise because a […]

An upward churn

February 1, 2018

HOMER — Branden Brown was preparing Tuesday to make an emergency delivery to a coffee shop in Ithaca that had run out of dairy products. Brown attributed the depletion of products to the threat of […]

Art, not awards, drives cinema students

January 31, 2018

To some, the Academy Awards is just a time to see their favorite celebrities win an award or watch what jokes the host will make. But to Tompkins Cortland Community College film students, the awards […]

Official: All must be welcome

January 30, 2018

James Felton envisions an atmosphere at SUNY Cortland where every student has an equal chance at success because of the college’s inclusiveness, encompassing everything from the programs offered to the attitude of faculty and fellow […]

Lack of snow doesn’t damper Winterfest fun

January 29, 2018

HOMER — Homer’s Village Green really was green, but that didn’t slow the (human) sled dogs. The ice sculptures were beautiful, for a while, but the real spirit of the Homer Winterfest is in the […]

SUNY chief makes mark

January 28, 2018

Mark DePaull has been focusing on expanding training for his officers in an effort to deal with a rising number of mental health calls among students at SUNY Cortland. DePaull has been busy since taking […]

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