January 22, 2022

A lesson in restructuring

March 17, 2018

Declining enrollment. Rising costs. Unpredictable revenue. A desire to improve the academics. This could be a description of the Cortland City School District, its challenges and why it is considering closing an elementary school. But […]

NYC homeless skipping Cortland

March 16, 2018

Homeless people from New York City are being abandoned upstate, Broome County claimed recently, but Cortland County officials have yet to see it. No one being sent from New York City has opened a case […]

Man gets probation in bank robbery

March 14, 2018

CORTLAND — He repaid the money he stole. He sought treatment for mental illness. He returned to college and maintained a job. He also had no prior criminal record. That’s why a Cortland County judge […]

Students participate in #Enough walkout

March 14, 2018

About 70 students walked out of Cortland School District at 10 a.m. this morning despite the wishes of school administrators — and other districts had indoor events — all to commemorate 17 victims killed in […]

Sunshine Week: Every person’s right to know

March 13, 2018

This story appeared in the March 10, 2018 edition of the Cortland Standard. To become a subscriber, email us, or call us at (607) 756-5665. Back issues available by request. It became state law 40 […]

Project aims to revive Dwyer Park attractions

March 13, 2018

PREBLE — While walking through Dwyer Memorial Park in Little York a couple weeks ago, county Legislator Linda Jones (R-Homer) saw something that took her back to her childhood. Hidden out of sight were horses. […]

Red Dragons bring home 20 runs in two victories

March 13, 2018

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The SUNY Cortland softball team scored a combined 20 runs Monday in victories over Washington University-St. Louis, 12-6, and Arcadia University, 8-0 in six innings, at the D9 Sunkissed Games. Kelly O’Gorman […]

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