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Storm blows through

February 25, 2019

The occupants of a truck driving down Clinton Avenue were OK this morning after debris flew off the Key Bank building at 1 N. Main St. and struck the windshield and passenger side of the […]

Rockets outlast Eagles in tight semifinal

February 25, 2019

SYRACUSE — Nine ties. 10 lead changes. Plenty of emotion. That sums up Saturday’s Section 3 Class D boys’ basketball semifinal game between Central Counties League co-champions DeRuyter and McGraw at Onondaga CC’s SRC Arena. […]

It runs in the family

February 24, 2019

Kaitlyn Boice has the tiara and sash for her New York state maple queen title — and will use these at festivals to talk about the maple syrup industry. But the 16-year-old also has the […]

Caring is at the core

February 23, 2019

Caitlin Shelton checked an elderly patient’s intravenous drip, trying to flush it out so antibiotics could be administered. “How does it feel?” she asked, making sure the patient was still comfortable on a recent afternoon […]

Line forms here

February 22, 2019

Sarah Chilson of Freetown sat Wednesday afternoon and started filling out a few forms at the Department of Motor Vehicles office in Cortland. Unlike many visitors coming to the DMV for their enhanced drivers license […]

Guilty plea in stabbing

February 22, 2019

A man charged in an Aug. 29 stabbing in downtown Cortland accepted a plea agreement Thursday in Cortland County Court that will send him to prison for four to 12 years. Andrew J. Pilcher, 32, […]

State to consider light for Homer Fire Station

February 21, 2019

The state will consider a feasibility study to determine ways to alleviate problems the Homer Fire Department has getting firefighters to the station and then out to calls. “DOT (Department of Transportation) officials met with […]

Jail roof ‘third of the way’ done

February 21, 2019

The Cortland County Jail’s roof repair work is about a third done, and work is beginning on other repairs inside the jail, including fixing a 4-inch water main with previously known problems. As county legislators […]

Deal sparks growth

February 20, 2019

A firewood processing business that opened in Lapeer in 2014 has been steadily growing and redefining itself, adding 10 jobs so far and looking to hire two more after acquiring a Vermont firewood company. The […]

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