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‘Snakeman’ to bring reptiles to park

July 8, 2019

MARATHON — It started out with a snake. Just one. Then it was one more. Then another. Then it was lizards, turtles, frogs. Somehow an alligator joined the menagerie. And a tarantula. And, of course, […]

Community replaces stolen American flags

July 6, 2019

David Jones went into his house Thursday morning to grab a quick cup of coffee. When he went back outside, a large American flag was draped over his porch gate. It was just one of […]

College’s legacy of ‘note’

July 6, 2019

Last year, a group of SUNY Cortland alumni and staff asked artist Scott Oldfield to figure out how to create a permanent reminder of an era when some of the world’s most famous music performers […]

Closing in on IRT date

July 5, 2019

The Cortland County Health Department will use a week-long medical event as a way to get people connected with other community resources, according to a health department official. “The goal at the end is to […]

Crush winning streak hits five

July 5, 2019

By MICHAEL KNAUFF Contributing Writer The Cortland Crush picked up a pair of NYCBL wins on Wednesday and Thursday over the Syracuse Salt Cats and the Sherrill Silversmiths, respectively. The Crush defeated the host Salt […]

Red-hot Crush keep winning ways going

July 3, 2019

The Cortland Crush entered Tuesday’s NYCBL game with the visiting Syracuse Spartans having won nine of their last 12 games, and riding high off a big win over the Syracuse Salt Cats on Monday. The […]

US flags stolen from yard

July 3, 2019

As David Jones stood this morning on his porch surrounded by the stars and stripes, he recalled waking up to find flags he and his wife had placed Tuesday night gone. “It was devastating,” he […]

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