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She’s still leading the way

June 16, 2018

Women should learn they are never too old, too big, too slow or too unathletic to start jogging, said Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon and a competitor this week […]

Cortland sports Empire State Senior Games

June 15, 2018

 Multimedia intern Dan Lyon checked in with the executive director of the Cortland Regional Sports Council, Machell Phelps, to get a rundown on how the Empire State Senior Games have become a mainstay for […]

Bail hiked in girl’s death

June 15, 2018

CORTLAND — Bail for a man accused of murder in the death of a 2-year-old McGraw girl in April was increased tenfold Thursday during the man’s arraignment, even as the judge said a trial would […]

Homer unveils huge sports complex plan

June 14, 2018

HOMER — An indoor sports complex large enough to fit four full-size baseball fields and a hockey arena, as well as a 2-mile walking trail and the county’s only dog park could be coming to […]

Animal clinic faces move

June 13, 2018

CORTLAND — Unless a volunteer spay-and-neuter clinic can find a new home by the end of the year, people looking to adopt pets can expect to pay more, and the Cortland SPCA will have more […]

Fighting trim at 49

June 13, 2018

Andrew Pierce made a vow to himself — to get in the ring and fight a boxing match by his 50th birthday. “It just started as something I have always wanted to do,” said the […]

Quarter century of change

June 12, 2018

When David Guerrera first started working for the Cortland Police department 25 years ago, arrests were a big deal and could be problematic. Now thanks to new advances in training, officers work through problems that […]

Drinking in the tradition

June 11, 2018

DRYDEN — People passing through the village of Dryden this weekend may have noticed a lot of cows. They were wooden cutouts. It was all part of an annual celebration now in its 34th year […]

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