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Pushing her limits

November 3, 2019

Emilie Searle can’t say enough for the Boilermaker race — being among a community of wheelchair racers in the 15K event. “The Boilermaker is so great. They go out of their way to get wheelchairs […]

Heading toward the fiscal cliff

November 2, 2019

The Cortland County Highway Department worker pulled the 10-ton truck out of the bay. One of the wheels was stuck, dragging for perhaps 30 feet. When workers lifted the bed of the dump truck, rust […]

Openers: Panther women win, men fall

November 2, 2019

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball season opened Friday at home with the Panthers taking on Northampton Community College (Penn.) in a non-region game. After a close start, the Panthers pulled away for a […]

Needles found in Cortland Halloween candy

November 1, 2019

A Cortland woman found sewing needles Friday in two packages of candy that her children collected Halloween night, Cortland police said Friday evening. In one package, a needle was found outside the candy and plainly […]

Hundreds without electricity in wake of storm

November 1, 2019

More than 540 utility customers remained without power this morning as 37 separate power outages dotted the greater Cortland area and utility crews worked to restore it after a Halloween storm bringing 1.8 inches of […]

Cortland County declares state of emergency

November 1, 2019

A state of emergency has been declared for Cortland County after torrential downpours and high winds Thursday caused roads to wash out and damage to culverts, according to a release from the county. “Fortunately, no […]

Olympians play for Class D crowns

November 1, 2019

It will be a busy Saturday for Marathon Central soccer fans as both the Olympian boys’ and girls’ teams will be traveling to Oneonta to battle for Section 4 Class D Championships. The Marathon girls […]

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