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Public backs schools

April 17, 2018

None of the 14 Cortland School District parents and residents who spoke during a forum Monday night want to see their community’s school close. But all understood something has to be done to right the […]

Thrill of the Grill

April 17, 2018

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 of the […]

$1.9M Harford bridge project set

April 13, 2018

HARFORD — People living in or traveling through the town of Harford over the next few months should be prepared for some work going on to replace a bridge spanning part of Owego Creek along […]

TC3 students, staff aim for healthy relationships

April 12, 2018

DRYDEN — Throngs of people — 120 and counting — walked laps Wednesday around the upstairs level of Tompkins Cortland Community College, getting a sticker for each lap. Three stickers earned them a water bottle, […]

J-D ruins CHS openers

April 12, 2018

The Cortland High boys’ and girls’ track and field teams had some formidable competition to open their seasons Wednesday, hosting perennial powerhouse Jamesville- DeWitt in their first-ever SCAC Empire Division dual meets. Both Red Ram […]

10 become citizens

April 11, 2018

CORTLAND — Stephane Bentolila, originally of France but who now lives in Ithaca, has lived in the United States for 24 years now, but until he stood with fellow immigrants Tuesday morning reciting an oath, […]

Syracuse squads cruise past Cortland

April 11, 2018

The Syracuse baseball team beat Cortland High for the second time in two days Tuesday, ruining the Purple Tigers’ home opener with an 11-2 SCAC Empire Division win on Greg’s Field at Beaudry Park. Syracuse […]

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