By Tyrone Heppard

Asian restaurant fills void on Main Street

January 21, 2017

Residents who pass through Downtown Cortland, particularly via the intersection at Main Street and Clinton Avenue, will see something they have not seen in at least 10 years: a restaurant on that corner open for […]

  • Sports

    IAC Basketball: Gardner paces Lions

    January 21, 2017
    DRYDEN — Amy Gardner led three Dryden High players in double figures as the Purple Lions enjoyed an easy Interscholastic Athletic Conference North Large School Division win. Gardner delivered 19 points as Dryden maintained first [...]
  • By Nicholas Graziano

    Diversity is key at SUNY Cortland

    January 20, 2017
    Dealing with implications of the presidential election and the growth of the college were a couple of SUNY Cortland President Erik Bitterbaum’s main talking points during his 2017 “State of the College” address, Thursday morning. [...]
  • By Tom Vartanian

    OHSL Wrestling: Grateful Trojans roll

    January 20, 2017
    With the cooperation on SUNY Cortland and the willingness of the opponent to give up a home wrestling match of its own, Homer Central celebrated Senior Night at Corey Gymnasium Thursday. Moravia agreed to come [...]
  • By Todd R. McAdam

    Cortland getting healthier by some measures

    January 19, 2017
    CORTLAND — Measure the health of a community. It can’t open its mouth and say, “ahh.” It has no blood pressure, no respiration. It’s not simply a collection of people and their health conditions. So [...]
  • Sports

    CCL Girls’ Basketball: Eagles record first victory

    January 19, 2017
    The McGraw girls’ basketball team beat visiting Central Counties League rival Cincinnatus 33-29 Wednesday night for its first win since the program was resurrected last season. Brookfield topped visiting DeRuyter 49-27 and host Otselic Valley [...]
  • By Tyrone Heppard

    Council wants timely bag revenue

    January 18, 2017
    CORTLAND — Businesses selling city-mandated blue garbage bags may soon see officials pass legislation to penalize those that fail to pay back money owed to the city, which amounts to tens of thousands of dollars [...]
  • By Tom Vartanian

    OHSL Boys’ Basketball: J-D whips cold-shooting Homer

    January 18, 2017
    The Homer Central boys’ basketball team could not have picked a worse time to have a cold-shooting night. The Trojans went 0-10 from the field Tuesday night before Riley McEvoy scored on a drive to [...]
  • 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 [...]

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