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SUNY Cortland grad leads C-SPAN coverage

January 31, 2020

Some of the most iconic images of modern times were captured in crowded rooms in Washington, D.C. Think of video coverage of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller or Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress […]

Trojans’ late rally falls short in road loss

January 31, 2020

The Homer Central boys’ varsity basketball team stumbled to start the second half Thursday night as the Trojans were playing back-to-back games. After the five-point home loss to Whitesboro on Wednesday, Homer traveled to Syracuse […]

Lawmakers expected to reconsider ticket program

January 31, 2020

Cortland County legislators are expected in the coming months to reconsider a traffic ticket diversion program that stalled in December following a disagreement with District Attorney Patrick Perfetti. “The thing that allows for some optimism […]

Solar farm planned for Cincy site

January 30, 2020

Cincinnatus may soon have its own solar project, if a proposal being explored by Norbut Solar Farms of Rochester becomes a reality. “We are just at the beginning stage of it right now,” said Dan […]

Purple Tigers win streak ends at 16

January 30, 2020

The Cortland High girls’ varsity volleyball team has been on a great run this season in OHSL Division I. The Purple Tigers were undefeated coming into Wednesday’s Senior Night encounter with the one team that […]

Cute Companions of Cortland Standard Readers

January 30, 2020

We sure do love our pets! That’s why we’re ending the first month of 2020 with a new special section – Cute Companions. Cute Companions is centered around pets with a variety of great articles […]

Mild winter a mixed bag

January 30, 2020

Week one: snow, rain, frigid temperatures and the grounds freeze. Week two: balmy temperatures, less precipitation and the ground thaws. Repeat. Repeat it again. And again. That’s the cycle Cortland County and most of New […]

Cause of fire sought

January 29, 2020

The silence around the burned house Tuesday at 15 Church St. was interrupted only by the sharp sound of debris that Dennis Ware, a fire investigator with Ware Investigation Services, was shifting from place to […]

Marathon’s all-time scoring leader

January 29, 2020

GROTON — An easy shot with 3:52 left in the first quarter changed the name in the record books at Marathon Central School. Diego Castellot laid the ball off the glass and into the basket […]

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