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Mental health rising issue in jails

December 24, 2018

Of all the people who have come through the Cortland County Jail, the first to come to Undersheriff Budd Rigg’s mind was a man from out of town who broke a window at Tops supermarket. […]

Family faces ALS as a fight, not a fear

December 23, 2018

GROTON — Tom Walpole’s life took a 180 degree turn when he was diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, on Sept. 26. “It’s affected my voice, my breathing and just a general […]

The Best Gift Ever

December 22, 2018

If Santa Claus is the spirit of giving, it’s a spirit that lingers in many hearts, and is found throughout the year. The best gifts people describe have little to do with wrapping and bows […]

Cortland firefighter hurt in car crash dies

December 22, 2018

Cortland city firefighter Stephen Zelsnack died Friday evening as a result of injuries he received Nov. 30 in an off-duty car crash, Deputy Fire Chief Wayne Friedman said this morning. “At this point after his […]

Dog, handler meet

December 21, 2018

The dog exited the elevator Thursday and leaped toward SUNY Cortland Police Officer David Coakley. A smile spread across Coakley’s face. Coakley had always wanted to work with dogs and now he’ll have a chance […]

Rockets stay perfect in league competition

December 21, 2018

The host DeRuyter boys’ basketball team led 19-2 after one quarter and never looked back Thursday night on its way to a 61-29 win over Cincinnatus. McGraw beat visiting Otselic Valley 53- 32 in another […]

City man indicted in August stabbing

December 21, 2018

Andrew J. Pilcher, of Cortland, was indicted this morning in Cortland County Court for the Aug. 29 stabbing of Damian S. Grant. A grand jury indicted Pilcher on first-degree manslaughter, second-degree manslaughter and tampering with […]

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