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Area villages to elect officials Tuesday

March 18, 2017

The debate on where to put the Homer village office was the main topic of the last village election. It lingered long enough to become a talking point for the upcoming election Tuesday. Village residents […]

Auto repair shops hit brakes amid snowstorm

March 16, 2017

Roads were quiet the past couple of days with many choosing to stay home rather than tackle the treacherous snowy roads, a major hindrance for many auto repair shops in the path of the recent […]

Late-season storm hits pocketbooks

March 15, 2017

As snow grew from inches to feet within hours, roads closed, schools closed and more followed, but not everyone was burdened by the latest nor’easter Tuesday. For some businesses — ski centers, syrup producers and […]

Sovocool recalls devotion to Groton

February 25, 2017

GROTON — December marked the end of Ellard “Lewie” Sovocool’s time on the Town Board, as after 46 years of consecutive service — the longest recorded service by someone on a town board by New […]

Downtown parking proposal causes a stir

February 23, 2017

Tuesday night’s city Common Council meeting drew about seven area residents who voiced their concern over a proposed law to change permit parking spots in the Port Watson Street municipal lot — next to the […]

Cortland eyes two-way options for Main Street

February 22, 2017

CORTLAND — Ideas for converting Main Street to two-way traffic, improving downtown intersections and adding parking on Church Street, were presented at Tuesday night’s Common Council meeting. Tim Faulkner, senior transportation manager for Fisher Associates […]

Businesses develop skills in young workers

February 20, 2017

When applying for any kind of position, companies expect the applicant to approach the job in a professional manner with basic employment skills, but many young individuals do not. There was enough of a common […]

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