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Fire facility work starts

April 30, 2019

Construction crews will begin building the foundation for an $815,000 regional live fire training facility in Cortlandville by mid-May. Last week, crews were clearing land and breaking ground for the facility that will sit behind […]

First full summer for new city playgrounds

April 30, 2019

Following a rat problem at Dexter Park in Cortland last year, the playground has since reopened with new mulch. “It opened last Friday afternoon, April 19,” John McNerney, director of the Cortland Youth Bureau, said […]

Cortland takes two from Fulton

April 30, 2019

The Cortland High baseball team swept an SCAC Empire Division doubleheader from Fulton Monday at the Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex, 11-2 and 10-1 in six innings. The Purple Tigers, who have now won seven games […]

Flames, smoke — and funds

April 29, 2019

GROTON — Around 50 people wrapped their coats around themselves, shifted on their feet and huddled together as they waited in the cold Saturday to get chicken barbecue dinner. They were among the 300 or […]

Finding a good fit

April 29, 2019

Myles VanDee, 4, put his pointer and middle fingers right above his eyebrow, checking to see if the helmet he tried on fit properly. It did. Shawn Oliver, Myles’ father, brought both Myles and his […]

Trojans hold on to down Purple Tigers

April 29, 2019

HOMER — It seemed for awhile Saturday that the Homer Central girls’ lacrosse team was set to run away from visiting Cortland High during their cold, windy and snowy non-league game on Butts Field. In […]

Making their move

April 27, 2019

DRYDEN — Isabella Wilder’s body synchronized to the music as she practiced her solo routine, leaping and twirling across the studio at Tre Bella’s Dance Studio in Dryden. By the time August rolls around, the […]

A growing phenomenon

April 27, 2019

Graham Savio and his wife, Emily Baker, are no stranger to farming. However, just 14 months ago they decided to start their own farm — Conrad Hill Farm — centered around two types of tree […]

City gets funding to clean up brownfield

April 26, 2019

The city of Cortland has received funding to begin implementing a clean up plan at a former manufacturing site, unused for almost half a century, that dates back to the 1800s on the city’s south […]

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