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Celebrating snails

October 28, 2018

GROTON — As a little girl playing in her New Jersey home’s backyard, Marla Coppolino lifted a rock and found tiny snails — only a few millimeters in size. “These tiny snails opened a huge […]

A charter school comes to Truxton

October 27, 2018

Depending on who you ask, the recently approved Truxton Academy Charter School will either provide a unique and engaging learning experience at the former Hartnett Elementay School in Homer, or it will leave students unprepared […]

Saving history

October 26, 2018

The owners of two buildings with a century of history each in Cortland have been awarded for their efforts to preserve those buildings and their historical elements. The Preservation Association of Central New York awarded […]

‘Scaring up’ a good time

October 26, 2018

Bill and Ted of “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” led the way, but the Titanic and a time travel machine from Dr. Who weren’t far behind. Flashback of box office hits from years gone by? […]

Purple Tigers’ season ends in overtime loss

October 25, 2018

SYRACUSE — The Cortland High girls’ soccer team rallied to send Wednesday’s Section 3 Class A semifinal game with Whitesboro to overtime on a cold, wet night. Warrior senior forward Haylee Smith made sure it […]

Work begins

October 25, 2018

Almost a year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Cortland was receiving $10 million to reshape its downtown, a business owner and physical therapist has opened the first of the projects funded. Janine Franco opened Vine […]

Both Cincinnatus teams make finals

October 25, 2018

MANLIUS — If it’s late October, it’s time for the Cincinnatus and Poland girls’ soccer teams to meet in sectionals. Both teams made sure it will happen again this year by winning Class D sectional […]

Dryden ousted by CV in 2 OTs

October 24, 2018

DRYDEN — Youth can quickly become leaders and that is what happened in Tuesday’s Section 4 Class B boys’ soccer tournament semifinal game at Tompkins Cortland CC. Despite dominating much of the play, second-seeded Dryden […]

New bath salts give meth a run for its money

October 24, 2018

Molly is making a comeback. Not the popular 1980s and 1990s drug also known as Ecstasy, but rather a new form of “bath salts” marketed under the name “Molly,” according to the Cortland County Sheriff’s […]

Olympians back in D title game

October 24, 2018

ONEONTA — The Marathon Central boys’ soccer team is heading back to the Section 4 Class D championship game. Diego Castellot and Cameron Neilson each scored three goals Tuesday as the top-seeded Olympians (15-2-1) rolled […]

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