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Underage drinking targeted

August 30, 2017

Robin Wheeler just got his liquor license at Coffee, Cookies and Creamers at the Beach House Mall on Main Street in Cortland and hasn’t had to deal with fake IDs yet. He can expect some […]

Officer gets Main Street office

August 29, 2017

Shortly after Jesse Abbott found he was chosen for the city’s community oriented police officer position, he learned he’d also receive his own office, centrally located on Main Street. Besides having a satellite office away […]

Paid SUNY Cortland parking pondered

August 26, 2017

As a new college year starts, SUNY Cortland students will park their cars either in their designated parking lots or on the surrounding streets, but Cortland city leaders are discussing imposing fees for parking near […]

SUNY Cortland students move in

August 25, 2017

Excelsior Scholarship or not, freshmen moving in Thursday said they were excited about starting their new chapter of life at SUNY Cortland. It was the first year of the state’s scholarship offered to offset tuition […]

TC3 president taps experience to guide

August 23, 2017

When Orinthia Montague started as an undergraduate at Truman State University in Missouri years ago, she would not have completed college had it not been for the support she got from faculty. That experience shaped […]

Truxton plans for future

August 22, 2017

Soon, Truxton may update its town comprehensive plan to reflect the wishes of town residents who had their say in a mail survey on what their town should be like. The original Truxton comprehensive plan […]

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