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County may lose aid for child abuse victims

April 8, 2017

Cortland County may lose $9,000 in federal aid to help victims of child abuse. And this is Child Abuse Prevention Month. District Attorney Patrick Perfetti said this week he is not sure whether to expect […]

Fraternity has until Monday to move

April 7, 2017

Fifteen fraternity brothers remaining at Kappa Sigma on Tompkins Street must leave the house by Monday, under an eviction notice they’ve been served, unless they get a stay of eviction to let them remain until […]

180,000 teaching jobs needed over 10 years

April 1, 2017

Bring. It. On. That’s more or less what SUNY Cortland officials are saying about the recent statement by SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher that New York’s public schools will need 180,000 new teachers over the next […]

Forty years in prison change Son of Sam

March 31, 2017

Walking away from their interview with serial killer David Berkowitz, a Cortland father and daughter are convinced the now 63-year-old is no longer the same person who murdered six people in New York City in […]

With tests on the horizon, students urged to relax

March 24, 2017

If you’re a third- through eighth-grader, you’re preparing for standardized tests for mathematics and English Language Arts, a process that might cause some stress. Or, if you’re like Groton fourth-grader Judson Holl, it may not […]

Land trust looks to extend into Cortland County

March 11, 2017

A land protection agency known for its involvement in the Finger Lakes is looking to extend its reach into Cortland County, protecting land along the Tioughnioga River and other farmland or private property. Katy Dunlap, […]

City apartments fill housing needs

March 10, 2017

Before moving to their new apartment at 6-10 Riverview Ave., Shannon Crouch and Paul O’Dell did not feel safe in their former apartment on Port Watson Street. They could hear fighting and were bothered by […]

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