Groton to celebrate Olde Home Days

August 18, 2017

GROTON — Over a three-day period next week, a carnival will be set up in Groton celebrating an event held for more than 100 years — Olde Home Days. The three-day event will run from […]

Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill presses on

August 17, 2017

VIRGIL — At the heart of Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill sits a vintage apple press from the 1800s — still in use today. When the mill opens in the fall, kids and customers will line the […]

Physics bus rolls into Marathon

August 16, 2017

Greg Armstrong held out two sticks with thick twine in front of a fog machine as a group of children watched. After a few attempts of making bubbles that ended up popping too soon, he […]

Annual Celebrate Cortland draws crowds downtown

August 14, 2017

Skyler Travis wants to be a truck driver. Others want to be a scientist, a doctor, a firefighter, pilot, artist, zoologist and toymaker. Zee-anna and Za-carib Sweat, were enchanted by the dog Cortland Police Officer […]

Groton schools on track to become satellite BOCES

August 12, 2017

GROTON — With the replacement of roofs and floors under way at its elementary school, the Groton School District is taking its first steps toward transforming the way the district teaches its students. The work […]

Security system to guard against improper dumping

August 11, 2017

The Cortland Department of Public Works is cracking down on people who dump unwanted materials in its composting area. For nearly 20 years, the yard waste composting facility on South Franklin Street has been receiving […]

Review adopted for Dryden solar projects

August 9, 2017

Lawns along many streets in Dryden sport signs: “Save our cemetery,” some say, or “Protect Dryden Farmland.” Others read “Community solar in Dryden, it’s time!” As the process to site two commercial solar projects in […]

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