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. […]

Dryden hones school upgrade plan

December 22, 2016

DRYDEN — The Dryden Board of Education is completing plans for a referendum on a construction project to improve district facilities, including adding and improving classrooms, building a transportation facility and an artificial turf athletic […]

Vet takes over practice

December 21, 2016

DRYDEN — For 43 years the Countryside Veterinary Hospital was run under a one-doctor practice with Dr. Robert Jacobson at the helm, but with Jacobson’s recent retirement a new doctor has taken over the animal […]

Fabius trail runners shrug off winter’s bite

December 19, 2016

Snow fell in inches, but the boisterous wind made it seem like feet. The trails of Highland Forest County Park were treacherous with ankle deep snow, frigid streams of water and patches of ice. None […]

McGraw teacher strikes chord with state officials

December 17, 2016

For almost 30 years, Michael Brownell has served as McGraw High School’s music teacher, working to enhance hundreds of students’ musical experience, and beginning this year he took on a role allowing him to represent […]

Window tinting under inspection

December 9, 2016

On Tuesday, the state Department of Motor Vehicles informed Main Street Auto Repair that because of new legislation, signed Nov. 28, mechanic shops like theirs are required as of Jan. 1 to include window tinting […]

New village offices pushed in Homer

December 7, 2016

HOMER — The Village Board voted down a motion by Trustee Edward Finkbeiner, during its monthly meeting Tuesday night, to move back into Town Hall and no longer explore renovating a former railroad freighthouse; the […]

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