January 20, 2022

Pre-K funds for Dryden, DeRuyter

December 7, 2018

The state has announced $15 million in funding for pre-kindergarten programs statewide — among them are programs in Dryden and DeRuyter. The $313,099 allocated this week for DeRuyter School District means the district can restore […]

Ticket sales promise biggest Cortaca Jug ever

December 6, 2018

Nearly 20,000 tickets were sold in the first week for the 2019 Cortaca Jug game in MetLife Stadium, assuring the largest attendance ever for the Cortland-Ithaca rivalry, the second-largest Division III football game ever played, […]

Top spellers vie in districtwide bee

December 6, 2018

This year’s Elementary School Spell Off had a familiar ring, Gabriel ‘Gabby’ Mendiola said. “It seemed like the same test they gave us in the beginning,” said the fifth grader at Barry Elementary School. Teachers […]

Homer romps past undermanned Cortland

December 6, 2018

Leaving for a road trip knowing victory is virtually assured can have its concerns. Such was the case with the Homer Central wrestling team Wednesday when it headed south for its non-league matchup with rival […]

Is it discrimination, or care?

December 5, 2018

Cortland resident Lisa DeStefano claims she was discriminated against because of her disability when she tried to adopt a Siamese cat from the Cortland Community Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals recently. DeStefano […]

Golden Eagles, Lakers play to 4-4 deadlock

December 5, 2018

Despite a somewhat disappointing final outcome, Cortland-Homer hockey coach Chad Totman felt that his team was well served for the future after a 4-4 tie with visiting Skaneateles Tuesday night in a battle of two […]

Decorations to return to downtown Cortland

December 5, 2018

With only 20 days left until Christmas, piney wreath decorations are expected to go up on light poles along Main street any time now. The decorations will take the form of 22-inch diameter wreaths costing […]

Flu avoids us … so far

December 4, 2018

While influenza has been on the rise across the state, Cortland County has seen little activity in the last couple of months. But that could change. There have only been two confirmed cases of the […]

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