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Chiller finds new house to haunt

September 29, 2018

Ghosts and ghouls will no longer haunt the Burch Building in Suggett Park in October. Instead, they’re bringing their scares to the Center for the Arts of Homer. The center will host the Chiller Haunted […]

Big plays propel Marcellus past Homer

September 29, 2018

MARCELLUS – The Homer Central football team saw its playoff hopes take a big hit Friday night as a pair of big plays cost the Trojans on the road. A 70-yard run by Rob Seeley […]

A proactive approach

September 29, 2018

As Freeville looks to start a Neighborhood Watch, don’t expect people lurking behind their curtains waiting to catch someone doing something bad. In a program similar to Cortland’s, they’ll mostly be good neighbors. “See something, […]

New relief effort rolls forward

September 28, 2018

People have until 6 p.m. today to donate goods at Stupid Choppers to send to North Carolina in wake of Hurricane Florence. Last year, the company, now located at 206 Tompkins St., along with a […]

Arts master plan in works

September 27, 2018

The greater Cortland area will be a focus of a $100,000 project to create an arts master plan across five Central New York counties, with the idea of turning a $34 million industry that employs […]

Trio of local squads victorious

September 27, 2018

The Cincinnatus girls’ soccer team improved to 10-0 overall Wednesday with a 4-0 non-league win over visiting Marathon. In Central Counties League boys’ games, Cincinnatus was a 5-1 winner at Madison and visiting McGraw beat […]

Sheridan’s gems were his family, store

September 26, 2018

Kerry Sheridan looked up at her father, Chuck Sheridan as he counted back change to a customer in the jewelry store he opened the year she was born, showing her how to do it. “If […]

High-ranked teams battle: Dryden edges Marathon

September 26, 2018

In Interscholastic Athletic Conference boys’ soccer, the size of the school may only determine the number of players on a roster, but not always the quality of those players. Such was the case Tuesday as […]

The importance of gym

September 26, 2018

Wearing a serious expression, kindergartner Vera Wagner punted a green ball across the gymnasium at Groton Elementary School. It crossed the blue line she had been instructed to stay on one side of, so she […]

College marks 150 years

September 25, 2018

SUNY Cortland has shaped the community in which it is located and the college is celebrating this history at a 150th anniversary celebration Oct. 5 and 6. Garry VanGorder, executive director of the Cortland Business […]

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