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Little League fields get needed makeover

September 24, 2019

An update to the Little League fields in Homer means safer diamonds to play on, which meet regulations and provide the league with a better chance to host tournaments. “The fields have been maintained fairly […]

Health officials: It’s time to get flu shots

September 23, 2019

Cortland County health officials said flu vaccinations are in full swing after some manufacturers thought they might be delayed in producing the shot. “Originally manufacturers said there might be a delay because it took them […]

Deaths and births for the week of Sept. 23-28, 2019

September 23, 2019

Sept. 28, 2019 Deaths FRANCIS — Marianna Francis, 72, of Cortland, died Sept. 26, 2019. There are no services. Wright-Beard Funeral Home is assisting the family. HALLIWELL — Doris Halliwell, longtime resident of Venice, Fla., […]

Love of folk makes a legacy

September 22, 2019

Phil Shapiro arrived at Cornell University as a graduate student in 1967 — and made a bee line for the radio station. “I had done radio as an undergrad. It wasn’t new for me,” he […]

County considers new tobacco restrictions

September 21, 2019

Cortland County legislators are reviewing a resolution to limit access to tobacco products in pharmacies and make it illegal to smoke in certain places. “For the health of the children, I support it,” said Legislator […]

Playgrounds about more than just play

September 21, 2019

About 20 pre-kindergarten kids ran around the playground at Homer Elementary School, climbing ladders and pushing each other on swings. Playgrounds and play time are essential for childhood development and even for adults, say teachers […]

Fall foliage season begins

September 20, 2019

NEW YORK — Empire State Development has announced the start of New York State’s 2019 fall foliage season this week, which includes I LOVE NY weekly fall foliage reports. Additionally, the #NYLovesFall social media campaign […]

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