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Seedstock growing into a festival

August 9, 2016

Chris Merkley said every year, it would get harder to fit all the bands playing at Seedstock into one day. He and fellow organizer Tyler Coakley decided this year’s Seedstock VIII would be different: Three […]

Bones Festival makes music in Homer

August 8, 2016

HOMER — It took only a few minutes to learn how to properly hold the two wooden pieces making up the instrument, and the hardest part was producing sound with a waving motion. On Saturday, […]

Area health specialists: Flossing remains important

August 6, 2016

To floss, or not to floss? That is what many Americans are asking themselves after the recommendation to floss had been removed from the federal government’s latest dietary guidelines, without notice. The recommendation had been […]

Students train with police

August 5, 2016

Ten students who have taken part in this year’s Junior Police Academy gathered Thursday to learn how to properly administer CPR. This is the seventh year that the program has been held and usually is […]

Teen volunteers SNAP to it

August 3, 2016

Summer break is usually a time for fun with friends, long trips and lazy days, for some. Not for the 56 students in the Cortland Works Career Center’s Cortland County Summer Youth Employment and Training […]

Firefighters lend help after church fire

August 2, 2016

Before the smoke settled in the Grace and Holy Spirit Church, at13 Court St., after an overheated fan apparently caused a fire inside Friday, city firefighters volunteered to keep the Loaves and Fishes program going, […]

Bon Ton draws 440 cyclists

August 1, 2016

CORTLANDVILLE — Some arrived Saturday at the Cortland County Fairgrounds on professional cycling bikes. Others on your average daily riding bike. There was even a couple on a tandem bike. Oh, and there were 440 […]

Federal aid sought for local projects

July 30, 2016

Cortland County will see some bridge rehabilitation projects brought to completion under a federally funded program that will run from 2017 through 2020. The state Department of Transportation announced the draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program […]

Presidential candidates get $12K from local residents

July 28, 2016

Sixteen area residents have donated more than $12,000 to the presidential campaigns of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump as of June 30. Fifteen of those people donated to Clinton’s campaign, totaling […]

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