October 18, 2021

Cortland continues mastery over Rome

June 28, 2019

Brandon Shirley was given the start Thursday night as as the reeling Cortland Crush faced the visiting Rome Generals looking for a win, coming off two straight losses and needed to rebound. The Crush hadn’t […]

City code enforcement director retires

June 28, 2019

William Knickerbocker watched as a Cortland landmark, the 120-year-old Squires Building known as the clocktower building, burned in April 2006. He couldn’t save it. But he helped make its replacement that much safer when it […]

Cortland native slain in California shooting

June 28, 2019

When the just-fired 60-year-old car dealership parts department employee wouldn’t leave Tuesday afternoon, nobody could understand why. When he pulled out the gun and shot a dealership manager, it became clear. By the time Cortland […]

‘Eric was special’: Coach, mentor mourned

June 27, 2019

Whether it was a youth event or a school sports event, Eric Prior was there — coaching, watching or mentoring. Sports were a big part of Prior’s life, but mentoring kids through coaching was an […]

National Finalist!

June 27, 2019

For the second time in as many years, an area youth baseball player has earned a berth in the National Finals of Major League Baseball’s Pitch Hit & Run. Owen Mulcahy, the eight-year-old son of […]

Parker sings swan song

June 26, 2019

Judy DeLucia has grown used to her corner of the street at Madison Street and Floral Avenue in Cortland. A crossing guard for 30 years for Parker Elementary School, every weekday she clips the leashes […]

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