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Purple Tigers romp past Carthage

May 22, 2019

The host fourth-seeded Cortland High girls’ lacrosse team roared to an 11-3 halftime lead on its way to a 16-5 win over fifth-seeded Carthage Tuesday evening in a Section 3 Class C quarterfinal game on […]

IRT ready to mobilize

May 22, 2019

Four hundred military personnel will make the coming week of free health care in July the second-largest Innovative Readiness Training program in America this year, military organizers announced Tuesday. Those people are likely to provide […]

Renewed Hope

May 21, 2019

Jereme Stiles chuckled. Two years after Hope Lake Park flooded, the volleyball courts are in use, the swimming area opened and the town of Virgil did much to regain the park, which was devastated by […]

Festival gathers steam

May 21, 2019

It started with an idea, passed from one history buff to another. Late last year, Bonnie Quackenbush, a local science teacher, tried to persuade Benjamin Sandberg, then-director of the 1890 House museum, to bring a […]

Grads achieve their ‘reward’

May 20, 2019

Tony-winning Broadway director Christopher Ashley had a strange childhood. Ashley, son of the late SUNY Cortland philosophy professor Lawrence Ashley, attended the former Cortland Campus School during the 1970s, when the school “was one giant […]

90-megawatt solar farm proposed for Homer

May 20, 2019

A proposed solar farm could bring up to 90 megawatts and be based on properties in the town of Homer, if the company can find land owners to participate. “EDF Renewables plans to begin reaching […]

Farm art graces countryside

May 19, 2019

Farm art graces countryside By Katie Keyser – Living and Leisure Editor Katie Keyser/contributing photographer Alice Muhlback of Ithaca painted the design on Jim Povero’s resin mule to highlight his Hee Haw Hops sign and […]

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