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Fun, food at Winterfest

January 27, 2020

Aaron O’Brien, Dakota Leubner and Liam O’Brien sprinted through orange cones around Homer’s town green Saturday with sled ropes in their hands as they pulled Natalie Walrath during Homer Winterfest. The four, all 11 except […]

Police chocolate challenge Monday

January 26, 2020

With two days remaining before members of the Cortland Police Department take on the World’s Hottest Chocolate Challenge, Community Oriented Policing Officer Jesse Abbott said they’ve been preparing by watching YouTube videos of people taking […]

Ray Kneer: A work in progress

January 26, 2020

WILLET — On a hill overlooking Cincinnatus stands over a quarter-mile of stone walls. They are not some long-ago attempt to contain cattle or distinguish boundaries. Like brush strokes on a canvas, these walls embody […]

Filling downtown void

January 25, 2020

The ground floor storefronts at 51-55 Main St., Cortland, are back in business, after 15 years of vacancy, following a 2005 fire that gutted the building. Two new businesses now occupy the properties: Affordable Home […]

Solon could be first to defy gun laws

January 25, 2020

If the Solon Town Board passes a proposed gun rights resolution, the town could become the first municipality in New York to refuse to comply with any future state gun control measures. While the resolution […]

Purple Tigers hold off Trojans in benefit tilt

January 25, 2020

For two teams that have put up some good scoring numbers this season, it was the defenses that dictated the latest clash between the Cortland High and Homer Central girls’ varsity basketball teams during their […]

The kids are all right, mostly

January 25, 2020

The days of teens being drug-crazed party animals may be over, or at least diminished. Alcohol, marijuana and tobacco usage for students in grades seven to 12 is down to record lows, show statistics compiled […]

Solar project might bypass Solon law

January 24, 2020

EDF Renewables, the global energy company backing the $90 million, 90-megawatt project proposed for Homer, Cortlandville and Solon, is likely to seek a state waiver to bypass a 1,000-foot wetland setback requirement contained in a […]

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