September 16, 2021

Races get back on track

May 10, 2021

When the first wave of 10 runners stepped onto the course of the Mother’s Day 5K on Saturday in Cortland’s Beaudry Park, wearing masks over their mouths, it marked the first race that the Cortland […]

Filling the festival void

May 10, 2021

The cars lined up along the driveway next to St. Anthony of Padua Church on Pomeroy Street in Cortland shortly before noon Saturday, extending around the corner onto Elm Street. At the beginning of the […]

A hair-razing fundraiser

May 3, 2021

Ryan Card of Homer and Scott Pudney of Cortland had been waiting for this moment for 413 days. It showed. The beards on the faces of the two lifelong friends were more than 9 inches […]

A chill time at the derby

May 3, 2021

Fifteen-month-old Konnor Kabanuk sat in his plastic scooter Saturday on the banks of Dry Creek looking out over the water as nearly 7,000 yellow rubber duckies bobbed past on a sunny but chilly morning. Konnor […]

Take Back the Night returns to aid sex abuse victims

April 29, 2021

About 75 SUNY Cortland students marched across campus Wednesday in a semi-annual event to support victims of sexual abuse. After a year without the event because of the COVID-19 pandemic closing campus and otherwise limiting […]

A ‘community helping’

April 26, 2021

Joshua Trimm wore a backpack Saturday afternoon as he led a small group, including someone dressed in a panda bear costume and a small child carrying a big sign. It read, “Smile,” and was adorned […]

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