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Skip the crowds with Small Business Saturday

November 25, 2016

HOMER — After a hectic, crowded, armpit-to-elbow rush of Black Friday, Brenda Contento hopes you have a relaxed, laid-back shopping experience on Small Business Saturday. At her place. Contento, a massage therapist in Homer, operates […]

Section 3 Hockey: Golden Eagles ready for opener

November 23, 2016

Graduation was selective when it came to coach Chad Totman’s Cortland-Homer hockey squad, which opens the season Friday and Saturday in the Capital district with two games in the Shaker-Colonie Thanksgiving Tournament. While only three […]

Naturalist strives to save endangered bird

November 23, 2016

CORTLANDVILLE — A charismatic crow with a lot to say is getting another chance at life through a release program that a Lime Hollow naturalist is taking part in next week. The ’alala, or Hawaiian […]

Bus driver swerved to avoid cars

November 22, 2016

The bus driver watched the cars spin out in front of him Monday morning on a snow-covered Interstate 81 in Marathon. He had a choice: Swerve and risk the safety of the 40 high school […]

Groton’s Reeves named IAC Small School MVP

November 22, 2016

Coming off a very successful season and their first Interscholastic Athletic Conference championship since 1998, Groton Central girls garnered a large number of North Small School Division first team all-stars, including the division MVP. Marathon […]

Deaths and births for the week of Nov. 22, 2016

November 22, 2016

November 26, 2016 Deaths ANDERSEN — Irene Andersen, 78, of Anchor Drive, Ithaca, N.Y., died Nov. 24, 2016. There will not be any formal services or calling hours. ENDLER — Barbara J. Endler, 74, of […]

Cortaca Classic: Cooper sparks revived Dragons

November 21, 2016

With guard Justin Cooper scoring a career-high 30 points, the SUNY Cortland men’s basketball team recovered nicely as Saturday hosts of the Cortaca Classic. Cooper had his second consecutive double-double as the Red Dragons knocked […]

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