January 20, 2022

CRMC explores cancer services

December 11, 2018

When Truxton resident James Greggains discovered he had prostate cancer he was given two options for treatment: drive an hour back and forth to Syracuse everyday or see a specialist in Cortland. He chose Cortland. […]

‘Shocking not to see him’

December 10, 2018

You may not have known his name or much about him, but there’s a good chance if you spent time in Cortland, you knew of Tom Hughes. Throughout the week, he would meander up and […]

Fairy tales come true

December 10, 2018

Isabella Trompa-Bray, 4, waved and smiled — dressed as Elsa from the movie “Frozen” — dancing through the room of the 1890s House on Saturday, saying hello to everyone at the Princess Tea Party. Bray […]

C’ville Town Attorney John Folmer to retire

December 10, 2018

Cortlandville Town Attorney John Folmer could have had a different life. If he hadn’t been a lawyer — maybe a symphony orchestra conductor. “Well, I’m a trombone player, or I was,” he said. Folmer, 81, […]

Volunteers go extra mile for rescue dogs

December 9, 2018

Paulette Chandler doesn’t mess around when she’s moving a rescue dog from Knoxville, Tennessee, to Homer. The Tennessee woman works with a network of about 20 people — all volunteers — who will drive a […]

Cortland holds on to get by Homer

December 8, 2018

It was anything but easy for the Cortland girls’ varsity basketball team Friday night in its nonleague encounter with Homer, which was playing at home for the first time this season. The Purple Tigers took […]

Moravia district to discuss summer rec takeover

December 8, 2018

MORAVIA — Moravia’s school superintendent will recommend Wednesday that the district not take over the town’s decades-old summer recreation program after the town decided to stop overseeing it. “We are saddened by the loss of […]

It’s the nature of his job

December 8, 2018

Ricardo Grisolini grew up in the outdoors, raising pheasants and bow hunting for deer. He puts that love of the outdoors into his job, every day. Unlike a regular 9 to 5 job, his days […]

Purple Tigers roll early, beat Trojans

December 8, 2018

The Cortland High boys’ basketball team outscored Homer Central 20-8 in the first quarter Friday night, expanded the lead to 42-11 at halftime and ultimately improved to 3-0 overall with a 58-31 victory in Shafer […]

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