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 […]

Groton grads finish as a family

June 26, 2017

Paul Brecht was standing in the school gymnasium Saturday with his Groton High School classmates, but his thoughts were planted firmly in 2004. “Since we first came together, I knew we were special,” said Brecht, […]

Graduates express themselves at ceremony

June 24, 2017

A simple black-and-white photograph of MikeaIa Allen receiving a hug from her dad, Michael, was posted on the Cortland High School senior’s purple graduation mortarboard for Friday night’s graduation ceremony. Written in script above it: […]

City OKs transportation policy

June 21, 2017

Cortland city planners will consider a variety of ways to make getting around the city cleaner, and easier for pedestrians and cyclists, under a resolution the Common Council adopted Tuesday night. The New York State […]

City bridge work begins

June 20, 2017

As work begins on three city bridge projects, a fourth has been delayed while a federal agency tries to decide if it would pose a hazard to the northern long-eared bat. The Army Corps of […]

Cortland life imitates art

June 17, 2017

In Lt. Rick Troyer’s office at the Cortland City Police Station hangs a picture Community-oriented Police Officer Jesse Abbott has long admired. It is the picture of the famous 1958 Norman Rockwell painting titled “The […]

1,000 compete at Empire State Senior Games

June 16, 2017

Pickleball was the sport in this year’s Empire State Senior Games that saw the biggest growth in popularity. It increased to 275 people from about 230 last year and became so popular there was a […]

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