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Tompkins Co. firms get loans

December 31, 2019

Loans from Tompkins County Area Development will enable the expansion of two Dryden and Lansing businesses — Emmy’s Organics of Ithaca, which has established a new facility in Dryden, and Dutch Harvest Farm in Lansing. […]

Trash heavy at holidays

December 31, 2019

Christmas is over, and New Year’s is here. These are the dark days of winter, when employee absenteeism is high, and workplace morale at a seasonal low. But this time of year is also known […]

Purple Tigers end decade with victory over Moravia

December 31, 2019

The Cortland High girls’ varsity basketball team closed out the decade with a methodical non-league win Monday inside Shafer Gymnasium. The Purple Tigers took the lead in the first quarter and did everything needed to […]

The heat’s on the police — in fundraiser

December 31, 2019

Jesse Abbott doesn’t eat much hot food. That makes Cortland’s community-oriented policing officer all the more nervous for participating in the World’s Hottest Chocolate challenge. “I’m definitely going to be in trouble. I’m going to […]

Cortland repeats as champion

December 30, 2019

Championship night of the 2019 Cortland Classic Basketball Tournament featured a pair of exciting games Saturday that were close to the finish and saw host Cortland High take home the championship for the second straight […]

School closings, Cortaca big ’19 education stories

December 28, 2019

The closing of Parker and Virgil elementary schools brought new challenges for the Cortland Enlarged City School District and were among 2019’s biggest stories in education. Other top education stories included renovations at several school […]

Golden Eagles fall short in tourney opener

December 28, 2019

By BRIAN BARNES Contributing Writer The holiday season did not continue the way the Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles hockey team would have hoped for Friday as they lost their first game of the Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles […]

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