By Tyrone Heppard

Homer man plans fallen soldier’s memorial

January 17, 2017

HOMER — The childhood friend of a soldier slain in Iraq is inviting the public to join him for a memorial service marking the 10-year anniversary of his friend’s death at noon Friday in Glenwood […]

  • Sports

    Youth Hockey: PeeWee travel ices visiting Auburn

    January 17, 2017
    The H&H Financial Group PeeWee Travel youth hockey team beat visiting Auburn 5-1 Sunday. Ben McGrath led the way with two goals and an assist while Andrew Partigianoni had a goal and three assists, Gabby [...]
  • Sports

    SUNY Cortland teams in road sweep

    January 16, 2017
    After beating Potsdam Friday night, both SUNY Cortland basketball teams both completed north country SUNYAC sweeps Saturday at Plattsburgh, the men victorious 83-56 while the women won 70-45. MEN Cortland 83, Plattsburgh 56: The Red [...]
  • By Todd R. McAdam

    McGraw producers to screen film on interracial college to DC

    January 16, 2017
    It’s just a long, smooth piece of wood. A staircase banister. It’s the last vestige of a dream and a time when Cortland County was in the center of the hottest bed of progressive social [...]
  • By Jacob DeRochie

    State’s warning: Don’t end up on thin ice

    January 14, 2017
    Anglers should exercise caution when venturing out onto ice, especially after Thursday’s unusually high temperatures and rain. “Conditions are definitely getting a little sketchy,” Ed Vernum, owner of Forest Fisheries, at 68 N. West St., [...]
  • Sports

    IAC Basketball: Groton boys bounce back

    January 14, 2017
    GROTON – It was good to be home. Canaan Bowie netted 29 points as Groton boys got back on track after stubbing their toes Thursday night at Lansing. With Bowie’s helped, the Indians posted a [...]
  • By Todd R. McAdam

    State Sen. Seward outlines his agenda

    January 13, 2017
    New York is losing population, state Sen. James L. Seward said Thursday in Cortland. That’s just not acceptable. “The only way to reverse this disturbing trend is to create new economic opportunities here at home,” [...]
  • Sports

    OHSL Volleyball: Pulaski sweeps CHS

    January 13, 2017
    The Cortland High volleyball team led in all three sets against visiting Pulaski Thursday night…and lost all three. The Purple Tigers fell to 5-5 in the OHSL Freedom Liberty League and 6-5 overall in a [...]
  • By Tom Vartanian

    OHSL Boys’ Basketball: O’Donnell keys Trojan victory

    January 12, 2017
    Jack Hearn runs out of the ice cold water during the 4th annual Polar Bear Plunge at Yaman Park in March 2014 to benefit the United Way of Cortland County. [/caption]Tucker O’Donnell made the move [...]
  • By Nicholas Graziano

    Polar plunge off after United Way cancels event

    January 12, 2017
    CORTLAND — After six years of people in bathing suits, gym clothes and inflatable tubes plunging into the freezing pond at Yaman Park, United Way for Cortland County has decided not to hold its Polar [...]
  • By Jacob DeRochie

    New downtown officer keeps eye on safety

    January 11, 2017
    A city police officer began walking a regular beat Monday, primarily in downtown Cortland, interacting with Main Street business owners and customers. The four-year community policing position filled by Officer Jesse Abbott was created with [...]

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