‘It’s about the sacrifice’

May 29, 2018

CORTLAND — Sam Fish of Cortlandville stood at attention, wearing his grandfather’s World War I uniform and steel helmet, as the names of local residents with military backgrounds who died in the past year were […]

Standoff ends with self-inflicted wounds

May 25, 2018

CORTLAND — A 24-hour standoff at a Cortland hotel ended early this morning when police broke into a room and found the suspect critically injured in a bathroom. Corey J. Hobart, 28, of 930 Powers […]

Wanted man holed up in motel

May 25, 2018

CORTLAND — A wanted man on parole from Broome County armed with a handgun barricaded himself and an acquaintance in a room at the Cortland Hampton Inn this morning, and police were waiting him out […]

NYSEG project riles Truxton landowners

May 24, 2018

TRUXTON — Ed Mertens of Truxton loves his house and his 18 1/2 acres around it. It is the ideal rural environment for him and his family. Now, he spends his nights worrying he might […]

Fill it up: A ‘necessary evil’

May 23, 2018

CORTLAND — Joshua Stephens filled the 21-gallon tank of his diesel Chevrolet Colorado on Tuesday at the Mobil 1 in Cortland in preparation for an 1,100-mile trek back home to Alabama. About $70 filled the […]

Dryden picks superintendent

May 22, 2018

DRYDEN — Josh Bacigalupi, principal of a Cortland elementary school, will give Dryden interim Superintendent William Locke a break soon, as he was named superintendent of the Dryden Central School District at Monday night’s Board […]

A royal affair in Tully

May 21, 2018

TULLY — Maybe it was the thought of spending time with a group of friends. Or maybe it was the tradition of a wedding. Or maybe it could have just been the pomp and circumstance. […]

Lots of work, little pay

May 19, 2018

Cayla Catalano, a certified nurse’s aide at Northwoods Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Moravia, loves her job. Whether it’s helping to feed the elderly residents or helping to bath them, she enjoys helping people. But […]

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