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Dryden Trail event planned

March 26, 2019

Louise Edelman was bundled against the chill of an early spring afternoon Monday as she walked her dog, Barley, an 8-year-old tan boxer mix, along the sun-drenched Dryden Rail Trail. “When the weather is good, […]

An honor moored to his legacy

March 4, 2019

Alfred Coon would sit near his porch in the summer — just across from the Scott town boat launch on Skaneateles Lake. When he heard cars clatter along the dirt road, he’d race to Andrew […]

2 arrested, $158,000 meth haul confiscated

February 20, 2019

A routine traffic stop Tuesday in Cortlandville yielded two arrests and 4 pounds of methamphetamine with a street value of about $158,000. Kyle M. Leeper, 35, homeless, and Arlene N. Rodriquez, 35, of Carob Way, […]

‘I am a storyteller’

February 2, 2019

Helping bring the blockbuster film “Black Panther” to life on the screen required blending comic book images, research into African culture and her own creativity, costume designer Ruth E. Carter told a SUNY Cortland audience […]

Jury likely to get case on Monday

February 2, 2019

Testimony concluded Friday afternoon in the murder trial of a man accused of causing the death of a 2-year-old McGraw girl. Lawyers are expected to give closing statements Monday morning before the case is handed […]

Dryden man hit, killed by car

January 31, 2019

DRYDEN — A 54-year-old Dryden man died Tuesday night after he was struck by a vehicle on Turkey Hill Road in Dryden, state police said. State police are investigating the accident that occurred about 7:10 […]

Winter storm watch in effect

January 29, 2019

A group of Moravia Junior High School students were to come to Lime Hollow Nature Center today to learn primitive fire building, snow sculptures, first aid, tracking and other winter survival skills. They may need […]

Cortland firefighter hurt in car crash dies

December 22, 2018

Cortland city firefighter Stephen Zelsnack died Friday evening as a result of injuries he received Nov. 30 in an off-duty car crash, Deputy Fire Chief Wayne Friedman said this morning. “At this point after his […]

Missing skiers found

December 3, 2018

DRYDEN — Two missing cross-country skiers were found early Sunday, experiencing mild hypothermia but otherwise unharmed, ending a long search in the Hammond Hill area of Dryden involving emergency services teams from four counties, according […]

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