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SMACKED! program hits home

April 26, 2019

DRYDEN — Samantha Gentz is a first-semester Tompkins Cortland Community College student who knows firsthand what it’s like to live with addiction. Her addiction to heroin — which she snorted and injected — cost her […]

Come to the rescue

April 25, 2019

Fire stations across Cortland County and the state will open their doors this weekend to anyone looking to become a volunteer firefighter. The 9th annual RecruitNY Saturday and Sunday is a campaign by the Fireman’s […]

Dryden rail trail task force awarded $1.5M

April 25, 2019

DRYDEN — The town of Dryden and Dryden Rail Trail Task Force members will start designing plans and writing proposals for bids for three trail projects after receiving $1.5 million state grant that would cover […]

Clinton Ave. work to begin

April 25, 2019

Adhan Piping Co. Inc., of Cortlandville will spend the summer replacing the water main on Clinton Avenue in Cortland as part of a three-phase, almost $14 million street project over two to three years. The […]

3 teens charged in January break-ins

April 24, 2019

A Cortland man and two teenagers have been arrested and charged with break-ins at businesses and organizations Jan. 9 in Cortlandville, less than three months after they were charged in a similar string of break-ins, […]

Brindisi speaks up at Cortland meeting

April 24, 2019

Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) sat Tuesday morning with the editorial board of the Cortland Standard for a free-for-all discussion on topics including the Mueller report and infrastructure improvements. It was a brief stop before heading […]

‘One day a year is not enough’

April 22, 2019

Parker Roberts is geared up for Earth Day today and one event at Lime Hollow Nature Center later this week. This Sunday, a community-wide event is organized to get people out and help clean up […]

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