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Cortland squads both defeat Oswego

April 3, 2019

The Cortland High girls’ lacrosse team won for the first time in three SCAC Empire Division games this season Tuesday night, downing host Oswego 20-10. The Purple Tiger boys’ squad also beat Oswego, improving to […]

Is it really safe out there?

April 3, 2019

The number of people arrested in Cortland County in 2018 is down more than 20% since 2011 to the lowest number since 2006 and levels not regularly seen since the 1970s. Nobody really knows why. […]

‘Don’t be ashamed of your story’

April 2, 2019

In neat writing, Christina Hatzinikolaou printed out these words Monday night in Sharpie on a T-shirt in a room in Corey Union at SUNY Cortland: “Don’t be ashamed of your story, it will inspire others.” […]

Hungry ticks are waiting for you

April 2, 2019

Experts are waiting for warm weather to begin tracking an insect no bigger than a pin head — the tick. Joellen Lampman of New York State Integrated Pest Management at Cornell University said different types […]

Skaneateles win marks Doctor’s 500th

April 2, 2019

A four-goal run to start the second half turned a 5-4 advantage for visiting Skaneateles into a 9-4 cushion that the Lakers rode to a 13-8 non-league victory over Homer boys’ lacrosse Monday on George […]

Store set for fourth annual comic con

April 1, 2019

A Klingon emperor, a Superman novelist and writer and the debut of a new comic series will fill the Cortland Corset Building on East Court Street in Cortland Saturday at the fourth Heroes and Villains […]

Parade in Marathon pays tribute to Vietnam vets

April 1, 2019

As the parade proceeded Saturday down Brink Street looping on to East Main Street in Marathon, residents watched, waved and cheered from their porches and sidewalks. It was the state’s first Vietnam Veterans Welcome Home […]

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