November 26, 2021

Helping one of their own

December 21, 2018

As soon as the Cortland city firefighters heard that Stephen Zelsnack — one of their own — was injured in a car crash on Nov. 30 they contacted the family to begin coordinating plans to […]

Illuminating impairment in depth

December 20, 2018

Drugged driving can cause someone to drive erratically, but so can medical conditions or medicines. Soon Cortland police Officer Derrick Edick will be able to distinguish between the three. Edick was recently announced as the […]

Rose McNeil dies at 95

December 20, 2018

It was a Sunday morning in the late 1960s and Mary McNeil awoke in bed, the smell of homemade pasta sauce wafting through the air. One of her mother — Rose McNeil’s — many meals, […]

Homer lineman Hoyt signs with Colgate

December 20, 2018

Damien Hoyt made his verbal commitment to Colgate University before the start of the high school football pre-season workouts. On Wednesday, the Homer Central School senior made it official by signing his letter of intent […]

School names proposed

December 19, 2018

Making the tiger mascot friendlier looking, kids filling balloons with notes and changed bus routes were all ideas the Cortland Enlarged City School District’s transition team considered Tuesday. The committee is planning ways to ease […]

Babcock leads Purple Tigers to win over ES-M

December 19, 2018

EAST SYRACUSE — The Cortland High girls’ basketball team avoided a trap Tuesday night. Behind Lyndsie Babcock’s 16 points, eight rebounds, two steals and one block, the Purple Tigers improved to 2-0 in the SCAC […]

No funding for sports complex

December 19, 2018

While the state handed out $88 million to community projects across Central New York, the village of Homer’s proposed sports complex and park expansion project was not one of them. The village had applied for […]

County gets $3.3M in state grants

December 19, 2018

Roughly $3.3 million was awarded to Cortland County through this year’s Regional Economic Development Council initiative — down from last year’s $5.2 million — but it includes money for a Willet hop farm, sidewalk improvements […]

Buzzer-beater sends Eagles past Trojans

December 18, 2018

Other than two early first-quarter ties, the McGraw boys’ varsity basketball team played catch-up against Homer Monday night. The visiting Eagles led for a total of 22 seconds, but those were the most important. Chase […]

Reward offered in abuse of 2 dogs

December 18, 2018

A $16,500 reward was offered this morning for information leading to the conviction of whoever threw two beagles from a vehicle last week on Interstate 81 in Marathon. Local, state and national animal welfare agencies […]

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