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Parker Elementary principal to retire

June 8, 2016

A Parker Elementary School student’s trumpet sat on top of a desk in the school’s administrative office, at the front of the school, Tuesday evening. The school’s principal, Kevin Yard, was to deliver the instrument […]

Buying local builds benefits for farmers

June 8, 2016

Math lesson: If each household in Cortland County were to buy $20 of local food each week, that would inject more than $19.4 million into the local economy. That $19.4 million would increase agriculture revenue […]

Homer students learning boating safety

June 7, 2016

HOMER — A group of50 Homer High School juniors and seniors in canoes, kayaks and on paddle boards floated leisurely Monday afternoon atop the still pond at the Albert J. Durkee Memorial Park. Until potential […]

Police stage seat belt crackdown

June 3, 2016

City police issued 73 tickets during its two day Buckle Up New York Seat Belt Enforcement program traffic stops. Traffic stops were held Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. and Thursday from 11 a.m. to3 […]

Break-ins reported around Cortland

June 2, 2016

Three children in a Maple Avenue residence were disappointed recently when they woke up one morning to find all their bikes missing. Now that family is among several others that are taking measures to protect […]

NYW State Cup returns to town

June 2, 2016

For some of the top youth soccer teams in the state, the Final Four has arrived — and will be centered in Cortland. A hefty field of 164 soccer squads who begin registration back in […]

White sand added to Virgil park beach

June 1, 2016

VIRGIL — Summer is here, with temperatures last week rising into the 80s, and with this warm weather comes the start of swimming season. At the town of Virgil’s Hope Lake Park, maintenance has led […]

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