January 22, 2022

Route 11 corridor improvements stall

September 7, 2016

The town of Cortlandville, village of Homer and the city for years have wanted to spruce up the Route 11 corridor between the city and the village. State funding has been awarded, land has been […]

Church helps kids head back to school

September 6, 2016

Hundreds of families flocked Saturday afternoon to Believers’ Chapel Cortland and Courthouse Park to receive haircuts, before-school photos and backpacks filled with school supplies. This was the third year of the event, said Jon North, […]

Red Dragons hang on to debut with win

September 6, 2016

TIFFIN, Ohio — After appearing to be breezing towards victory, SUNY Cortland had to respond to a season-opening football challenge instead. Three squandered chances to score additional touchdowns nearly proved costly for the debuting Red […]

Defensive thriller goes to Trojans; CHS denied 9-3 in OT

September 3, 2016

“Defensive struggle” and “thrilling” are two terms that aren’t often used together to describe a football game. Friday night’s non-league season-opener between Homer Central and Cortland High on Moiseichik Field lived up to both descriptions, […]

County pride showcased at state fair

September 2, 2016

SYRACUSE — The New York State Fair hosts thousands of attendees and vendors throughout its two-week affair — and this year, a few proud representatives of Cortland County are among the crowd. From the dairy […]

Off-campus housing spruced up in city

September 1, 2016

With the new college semester beginning, some local students may find their off campus housing is under construction with repairs or renovations. For Nancy Medsker, landlord of the apartment house at39 Tompkins St., the restoration […]

Early showdown: CHS vs. Homer

September 1, 2016

Cortland High football coach Pete Reif knows what to expect when his Purple Tigers open the season by hosting rival Homer Central Friday in a 7 p.m. non-leaguer on Moiseichik Field. At least somewhat. “Every […]

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