January 20, 2022

Davis leaves legacy of music

July 17, 2019

Frank Henry was working in Collegetown Bagels in Ithaca in the late 1980s when one day a man with dreadlocks came in wearing a baseball jacket reading “Oscar Oscar Oscar World Tour” on the back. […]

Storm rakes county

July 17, 2019

Christopher Witty walked out his house, head down, holding a pillow and carrying a back pack. He, his grandmother, aunt and cousin were all displaced from their home Tuesday evening when a severe thunderstorm toppled […]

Furry friends get help, too

July 16, 2019

Mariya Linderberry rubbed her 15-year-old pitbull Batista while holding his head toward her chest as the vet injected him with the rabies vaccine. Batista was one of three dogs Linderberry brought to the Healthy Cortland […]

Crush clinch postseason playoff spot

July 16, 2019

BY MICHAEL KNAUFF Contributing Writer CORTLANDVILLE – With one week left in the regular season, the Cortland Crush needed only one more win the clinch a spot in the New York Collegiate Baseball League postseason. […]

Pizzola a champion for people with disabilities

July 16, 2019

While sledding under a bright blue sky as a student at SUNY Cobleskill in December 1981, Fran Pizzola of Cortland broke her neck and was paralyzed. The accident changed her life and would eventually change […]

Taking a leap back in time

July 15, 2019

Hopscotch, hula-hooping, tie-dye and a walk on the moon — it was 1969. That year, some of the memories and the landing on the moon will be celebrated over five days this week. “One of […]

Lots to talk about

July 13, 2019

On the surface, about the only thing that Gordon “Gordy” Wheelock of Homer and Francis “Fran” Uhlir of Cortland have in common is their age: Uhlir turned 93 on Friday and Wheelock will turn 93 […]

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