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Building relationships

September 6, 2018

SUNY Cortland seniors Christiane Murphy and Emily Carty appreciate the campus police officers socializing with students more, whether it’s working out at the gym or chatting with desk attendants. “You’re a campus celebrity,” Murphy told […]

Panel to discuss options for brownfields

August 26, 2018

A steering committee will meet next month to discuss a program to develop the 42 brownfields in a $585,000 program to clear the path for revitalizing the southeast portion of Cortland. Colleen Nelson, a project […]

Seedstock looking at 10th year

August 2, 2018

Seedstock is like coming home, said Alex Caminiti. “It’s like pretty much everyone you know in town, all of your friends, literally everyone I know goes there. And all the band friends I have ever […]

Pain in the heartland

July 27, 2018

Assembly Member Anthony Brindisi stood in front of a cow barn at McMahon E-Z Acres farms in Homer. Inside stood 500 milking cows. Brindisi asked farm owner Mike McMahon where his milk goes. It goes […]

Youth bureau has playwright

July 17, 2018

Nothing Demmarie Boreland envisions as a playwright ever turns out the same way on the stage. “That’s what’s so exciting about it. You get to see how it’s translated through other people,” said Boreland, 25, […]

Tully teen wins art contest

June 26, 2018

Sarah Macie puts art into her life as a matter of course. “I draw every day. I bring my sketch book everywhere,” said the 14-year-old, a home-schooled student from Tully. It has paid off. The […]

Fighting trim at 49

June 13, 2018

Andrew Pierce made a vow to himself — to get in the ring and fight a boxing match by his 50th birthday. “It just started as something I have always wanted to do,” said the […]

Bikes bound for Dryden

June 5, 2018

DRYDEN — Dryden middle schoolers next fall will be able to hop on a bike and go for a trail ride during gym class, after the school gets a bicycle foundation grant to provide a […]

ICE raid stirs local fears

May 17, 2018

HOMER — Farm employers worry about what could happen to their migrant employees in wake of a recent farm raid in Oneida County. Federal lawmakers are trying to ease those concerns. “Everyone in the (agriculture) […]

Cortland ends regular season on high note

May 15, 2018

The Cortland High boys’ lacrosse team closed out its regular season Monday with a 16-11 non-league Senior Night win over Tully on Moiseichik Field. The Purple Tigers improved to 7-9 with the win, earning a […]

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