January 21, 2022

A reel chance to shine

April 21, 2019

Peter Hartsock used his 1800-era home on South Main Street, Homer, to film “The House on Pumpkin Drive.” The 15-minute movie, a horror in a comic setting, will appear at the Blackbird Film Festival at […]

A Relay makes a difference

April 21, 2019

Bradyn “Beeda” Schmidt was just a toddler when he had leukemia. “I remember some stuff,” said the 16-year-old Cortland High student who’s been cancer free 10 years. “I remember I was in a bed, like, […]

4 to 12 years in fatal stabbing

April 19, 2019

Damien Grant’s family leaned on each other for support, wiped each other’s tears and sobbed heavily throughout the Thursday afternoon sentencing of the man who killed Grant last year in downtown Cortland. Andrew Pilcher, 32, […]

Dying trees removed

April 18, 2019

Driving down Church Street, people will notice a line of tree stumps poking up through the grass along the median in the road. Until Wednesday, pine trees stood where the stumps are. Kathie Wilcox woke […]

‘Continue to survive together’

April 18, 2019

They told two different stories of sexual assault, but SUNY Cortland students Cyrenius Nelson and Christina Hatzinikolaou both shared a sense of empowerment after telling their stories of survival to a crowd gathered Wednesday night […]

Homer scores easy victory over Tully

April 17, 2019

Even though the records coming into Tuesday’s girls lacrosse on George Butts Field were nearly the reverse of each other, Homer Central played great defense and mixed in multiple players on offense for a convincing […]

County OKs $600K more for jail boarding

April 17, 2019

After almost four months of boarding inmates out of the Cortland County Jail following extensive storm damage, jail administration approached county lawmakers Tuesday for further boarding out funds — a total of $600,000. “That’ll take […]

One shirt at a time

April 16, 2019

Karla Hoag walked around, scanning each rack until her eyes landed on one full of women’s shirts. She rummaged through the rack until she found a top she liked and took it off to get […]

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