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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 […]

Homer launches bike patrol

June 15, 2017

HOMER — The Homer Police Department introduced its bike patrol program on Wednesday. The program, which has been in the works since January, has four officers using two bikes to patrol the Main Street area […]

Three Citi kids

June 15, 2017

This spring, the Major League Baseball Pitch Hit & Run Team Competition in New York City has not only a familiar local ring to it, but a familial one as well. Brothers Caden and Cal […]

County jail project challenged

June 14, 2017

A nonprofit organization looking to back Cortland County residents who oppose the county’s proposed $48 million jail project drew two people to a meeting Tuesday night to introduce a petition to “say no” to the […]

Dryden trail workshop set for Saturday

June 14, 2017

Residents will have the opportunity Saturday to take the next step in making a dream a reality. That dream: the Dryden Rail Trail. Five miles of the trail already exist. The Jim Schug Trail was […]

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