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On being thankful

November 23, 2017

Look around. You can probably find something to be thankful for. Maybe — like that first Thanksgiving nearly 400 years ago — you have a meal on the table and people happy to provide it. […]

Stone Lounge license suspended

November 22, 2017

The state Liquor Authority suspended on Tuesday the license of the Stone Lounge on south Main Street in Cortland after more than 100 cases of underage drinking since September, including one as young as 16. […]

Purple Tigers swept in opener

November 22, 2017

The Cortland High volleyballteam opened its season with a 25-16,25-21, 25-16 OHSL A-B Division loss to visiting Christian Brothers Academy Tuesday night. Senior setter Grace Call had fiveassists and two aces for the Purple Tigers, […]

Swing a symbol of Yaman’s generosity

November 21, 2017

The swing sits where the elderly gentleman would watch the kids and families play almost daily for the last 15 years of his life. The neighborhood was one he largely created, the park with its […]

Ferreira’s 4 TD passes pace NY Bowl victory

November 20, 2017

Steven Ferreira threw four first-half touchdown passes and Devin Smith scored what proved to be the winning points on a strange fumble recovery Saturday as the SUNY Cortland football team defeated host Union College 35-28 […]

St. Mary’s winter bazaar a sign of the season

November 20, 2017

The floor of the St. Mary’s gymnasium was filled with people trying to sell their holiday goods Saturday. All the while, people were looking at books on the gym’s stage, taking their pictures with Santa […]

Red Dragons’ rally falls short

November 18, 2017

The Cortland women’s basketball team reduced a 10-point deficit with four minutes remaining to three Friday night but came up just short in a 68-62 season-opening loss to nationally 23rd-ranked Montclair State. The game was […]

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