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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 […]

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 […]

Second alligator caught

August 8, 2017

A second gator that was on the loose and last seen in the Tioughnioga River near Whitney Point this weekend was captured Monday afternoon. A week after state environmental officials captured a 3-foot alligator in […]

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, […]

African leaders visit, learn in Cortland

July 1, 2017

Twelve people sat Friday morning in the jury box in the main courtroom at the Cortland County Courthouse. However, there was no trial or court hearing. Two people sat at a table on the left […]

Barley insurance extended

June 27, 2017

Chuck Rhoades heard the news Friday morning: Crop insurance for malting barley has been expanded to farmers in 44 counties in the state, adding to a list that Cortland was on. The number of farm-based […]

Dryden trail workshop set for Saturday

June 14, 2017

Residents will have the opportunity Saturday to take the next step in making a dream a reality. That dream: the Dryden Rail Trail. Five miles of the trail already exist. The Jim Schug Trail was […]

Family pet found in trap

May 17, 2017

Owner Christina Stevens recalled how her cat, Tanklin, would wake her in the morning by gently pawing at her. Tank, as he was known, also loved to sit on a stool handmade by Stevens’ daughter, […]

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