Rain, rain go away

July 25, 2017

Sarah Kleefeld looked past the rain Monday at the shelter at Lime Hollow Nature Center. It was filled with kids getting out of the rain. “If it weren’t for the lightning, they’d be doing mud […]

Community celebrates at lakeside in Dryden

July 24, 2017

Six-year-old Alyssa Welch aimed, wound up and threw. Ball one, followed rapidly by two and three. Eventually, she was out of opportunities and her target still perched over the tank of water. She ran up […]

Urology and prostate health

July 23, 2017

UROLOGY/PROSTATE HEALTH For a gland that’s the size of a walnut, the prostate is, in urologist Dr. Mahmoud Chehab’s words, “a double-edged sword.” “When it’s healthy, the prostate protects against incontinence in men something that […]

Store closings seen as a loss and a gain

July 21, 2017

In a small community, no one likes to see a business close, even other businesses. So far this year, three chain stores in the Cortlandville have announced their closure: Rue21, Kmart and Staples. While some […]

Community policing key for SUNY police chief

July 20, 2017

A photo of Mayberry Sheriff Andy Taylor sits on a filing cabinet overlooking Mark DePaull’s desk. It’s a reminder of the kind of policing DePaull wants at SUNY Cortland and the kind of policing that […]

Ice cream trail aims to boost tourism

July 18, 2017

A new way to experience Cortland can be found online and throughout the county. It involves a simple recipe — one map, 10 places and a cornucopia of flavors. As part of its #ExperienceCortland initiative, […]

Craftmakers find niche at Holiday in Homer

July 17, 2017

Susan Shilliff packed up her daughters, Elise and Hadassah, and the product of thousands of workers — bees — to promote her business Saturday at Holiday in Homer. It was the first time Shilliff, of […]

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