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Marathon seniors’ big ‘what if’

July 3, 2020

The 2019-2020 sports season began with the highest of highs before the COVID-19 pandemic brought a screeching halt to the Marathon Central boys’ basketball season and wiped out the spring season altogether. For Diego Castellot, […]

Colleges plan for mixed reopenings in fall

July 3, 2020

SUNY Cortland will require face masks, will configure spaces to allow for social distancing and institute a hybrid of in-person and online learning when it reopens its campus in late August. Tompkins Cortland Community College […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/3

July 3, 2020

Cortland County’s number of virus cases remains at 50 Cortland County reported no new COVID-19 cases Thursday, the number of confirmed cases remaining at 50. In all, 347 cases have been confirmed and four people […]

Summer travel plans to differ during pandemic

July 2, 2020

Karen Downey was prepared for the trip. Full tank? Check. Know the route and where to stop? Check. Hand sanitizer? Lots of hand sanitizer. “It was a good trip,” said Downey, of Cortland, noting that […]

C’ville town code firearm addition tabled

July 2, 2020

Cortlandville’s town board is considering a law restricting guns in public buildings but tabled a vote Wednesday to consider revisions to it. The additions to the town code would prevent a person from bringing a […]

A vehicle to fight hunger

July 2, 2020

More than 2,300 people in Cortland County were looking for work in May, and that’s down from 3,200 in April — the worst unemployment in 30 years of recorded data. It can be hard to […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/22

July 2, 2020

Cortland County virus cases still 50 Cortland County reported no new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, the number of confirmed cases remaining at 50. In all, 346 cases have been confirmed and four people have died in […]

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