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Marchers show faith with Cortland procession

March 31, 2018

Church bells rang at noon. Hymns and verses from the Gospel soon followed, echoing through downtown on Friday — Good Friday. Close to 50 people trekked south on Main Street in silence, following a man […]

Trojans romp past Purple Tigers

March 30, 2018

It wasn’t close as Homer Central and Cortland High met on George Butts Field Thursday night in non-league boys’ lacrosse action. Trojan senior captain Dante Yacavone and classmate Vincent Basile each scored four goals and […]

History Center events celebrate Vietnam vets

March 30, 2018

Vietnam veterans were welcomed home Thursday at the Central New York Living History Museum, 45 years after the last troops left Vietnam. The commemoration was part of National Vietnam War Veterans Day, set on the […]

School districts studying ways to hire officers

March 29, 2018

School districts in and around Cortland County are considering adding to their budgets — or tapping state funds, if the state allocates them — to hire school resource officers in the wake of school shootings, […]

2 city parks get $500K to play with

March 28, 2018

CORTLAND — After more than a year and half of planning, the Cortland Youth Bureau has a plan to upgrade two deteriorating city parks, including making the first inclusive park in Cortland County giving children […]

Trojans nip Tigers in season opener

March 28, 2018

It was a chilly Tuesday night on George Butts Field with rain and some wind, but the play between the Homer Central girls’ lacrosse team and visiting Cortland High kept the fans excited right down […]

CP Cash and Carry has Easter essentials

March 28, 2018

Sponsored Content For 10 years, local butchers Garry Slack and Tony Cincotta bring over 70 years combined cooking and catering experience to customers who come to the CP Cash and Carry meat department in search […]

$1 million grants for city, Homer

March 27, 2018

Projects in Cortland and Homer got $2 million of more than $8.5 million the state awarded Monday in Central New York. Cortland will get $1 million to help renovate a mostly vacant Homer Avenue plaza […]

Red Dragons complete sweep of Plattsburgh

March 27, 2018

Homer Central graduate Jake Casey, Isiah Hudson and Jason Martin combined to pitch a four-hit shutout Monday as the SUNY Cortland baseball team completed a series sweep against visiting Plattsburgh with a 13-0 win. All […]

Panel: Get involved in politics

March 26, 2018

One night last summer, Cortland County Democratic Party Chairman Tim Perfetti was searching for candidates to run for the upcoming 2017 election when he got a call from an unknown number. It was Michael Barylski […]

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