Chiller finds new house to haunt

September 29, 2018

Ghosts and ghouls will no longer haunt the Burch Building in Suggett Park in October. Instead, they’re bringing their scares to the Center for the Arts of Homer. The center will host the Chiller Haunted […]

Big plays propel Marcellus past Homer

September 29, 2018

MARCELLUS – The Homer Central football team saw its playoff hopes take a big hit Friday night as a pair of big plays cost the Trojans on the road. A 70-yard run by Rob Seeley […]

Second half keys Cortland win

September 18, 2018

The visiting Cortland High field hockey team did all of its scoring in the second half and goalie Morgan Zimmer made one save for the shutout Monday as the Purple Tigers beat Homer Central 4-0 […]

Synthesizing musical interests

September 10, 2018

It was 1986 and Robert Dorschel decided after years of wanting one that it was time to buy a synthesizer. He took some of his college money and bought a Roland Alpha-Juno. Thirty-two years later, […]

Trojan duo earn all-state honors

August 7, 2018

A pair of Homer Central seniors were named the to New York State Sportswriters Association Boys’ Lacrosse Small School All-State team. Trojan attackman Dante Yacavone and Vinny Basile were both named to the Small School […]

Pitbull mix reunion for rescues

July 29, 2018

Diane Purvis of Homer took care of 10 puppies and their mom, Pepper, as a foster care volunteer, so the dogs would find a good home. She is among a network of volunteers associated with […]

Mayor: No taxes for Homer dome

June 20, 2018

HOMER — The Homer Village Board got an earful Tuesday as residents questioned the initial secrecy of a plan to build a $30 million sports complex in the village, which the mayor said would be […]

Homer unveils huge sports complex plan

June 14, 2018

HOMER — An indoor sports complex large enough to fit four full-size baseball fields and a hockey arena, as well as a 2-mile walking trail and the county’s only dog park could be coming to […]

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