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With tests on the horizon, students urged to relax

March 24, 2017

If you’re a third- through eighth-grader, you’re preparing for standardized tests for mathematics and English Language Arts, a process that might cause some stress. Or, if you’re like Groton fourth-grader Judson Holl, it may not […]

Land trust looks to extend into Cortland County

March 11, 2017

A land protection agency known for its involvement in the Finger Lakes is looking to extend its reach into Cortland County, protecting land along the Tioughnioga River and other farmland or private property. Katy Dunlap, […]

City apartments fill housing needs

March 10, 2017

Before moving to their new apartment at 6-10 Riverview Ave., Shannon Crouch and Paul O’Dell did not feel safe in their former apartment on Port Watson Street. They could hear fighting and were bothered by […]

Rental properties to be sold after foreclosure

March 3, 2017

Twenty-six city properties owned by landlord Jeff Grodinsky are for sale after long foreclosure proceedings, with at least 100 tenants still awaiting security deposits they say they never got back from Grodinsky, Mayor Brian Tobin […]

Leak closes McLean post office

February 28, 2017

McLEAN — If you’re thinking of sending off a parcel at the McLean post office, be prepared to instead drive 3 miles up the road to the Freeville post office, where mailing services for McLean […]

New start at Grace and Holy Spirit

February 21, 2017

The Rev. Peter Williams stood Monday in the empty sanctuary of Grace and Holy Spirit Church on Court Street in Cortland, watching as a worker extended a long pole with a dusting rag at the […]

Naturalist strives to save endangered bird

November 23, 2016

CORTLANDVILLE — A charismatic crow with a lot to say is getting another chance at life through a release program that a Lime Hollow naturalist is taking part in next week. The ’alala, or Hawaiian […]

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