January 22, 2022

Crush streak snuffed

June 17, 2016

When the Cortland Crush hosted the Syracuse Junior Chiefs in New York Collegiate Baseball League play back on June 3 the Junior Chiefs rallied from a 12-run deficit, only to fall 18-17 in 13 innings. […]

TC3 building needs $3.5 million roof

June 17, 2016

DRYDEN — If the buckets to catch rainwater weren’t a good clue that Tompkins Cortland Community College needs a new roof, the video showing portions of the roof puffing up like a balloon in the […]

Groton man hits $1M lottery jackpot

June 16, 2016

DRYDEN — A Groton man on Wednesday claimed his prize money after winning $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket in recent weeks. Lee Houghtling, 26, was surrounded by family, friends and several news outlets […]

Crush work extra, extend win streak

June 16, 2016

SYRACUSE — The Cortland Crush went into extra innings for the second time this season Wednesday night against the Syracuse Salt Cats at Onondaga CC. For the second time, the extra work paid off. Three […]

Big innings key as Crush wins again

June 15, 2016

SYRACUSE — The Cortland Crush made it a club-record 10 New York Collegiate Baseball League wins in a row Tuesday night with a 12-4 romp over the host Syracuse Salt Cats at Onondaga CC. The […]

Military training equals Cortland health care

June 14, 2016

NORWICH — The military calls it a training exercise, but the scores of medical personnel who will come to Cortland County next month are professionals. The training exercise is the planning and coordination that gets […]

MLB draftee Dexter has local ties

June 14, 2016

While the name Sam Dexter may not be all that familiar to folks around here, the Southern Maine standout who was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 23rd round of the recently conducted […]

Homer cultivates bluegrass tradition

June 13, 2016

HOMER — This year the Bluegrass on the Green music festival reached a pivotal moment in its history as an event, 25 years. “It’s (the festival) a music tradition and things like this don’t last […]

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