December 2, 2021

Finding a good fit

March 2, 2019

Adrianna Murphy and Rachel Kline perfected the design for their Renaissance- era castle Friday — Murphy drafted ideas on a personal whiteboard and Kline worked next to her at her laptop. Murphy likes drafting the […]

Building leaders

February 28, 2019

Megan Dineen repeatedly urged a group of kindergartners on Wednesday to stay on topic and focus on the task at hand — a lesson she had created about the differences and similarities between plants and […]

Rolling out the carpet

February 26, 2019

Floors are being buffed, furniture is being moved and job candidates are being interviewed, all in advance of students filling the former Hartnett Elementary School in Truxton in the fall. The Truxton Academy Charter School […]

Caring is at the core

February 23, 2019

Caitlin Shelton checked an elderly patient’s intravenous drip, trying to flush it out so antibiotics could be administered. “How does it feel?” she asked, making sure the patient was still comfortable on a recent afternoon […]

Line forms here

February 22, 2019

Sarah Chilson of Freetown sat Wednesday afternoon and started filling out a few forms at the Department of Motor Vehicles office in Cortland. Unlike many visitors coming to the DMV for their enhanced drivers license […]

Deal sparks growth

February 20, 2019

A firewood processing business that opened in Lapeer in 2014 has been steadily growing and redefining itself, adding 10 jobs so far and looking to hire two more after acquiring a Vermont firewood company. The […]

STEM a draw at Southworth

February 19, 2019

DRYDEN — Although he’s only 5 years old, Silas Coburn knows what he wants to be when he grows up. “Not a doctor, a scientist.” He even has the lab coat. Silas was wearing that […]

Making the grade

February 16, 2019

Andrew Ryan met a role model at a running camp the summer before ninth grade. The fellow runner was humble, but went on to win the state meet and lead his team to a championship. […]

Moravia students ‘explore’ Mars

February 15, 2019

MORAVIA — Karoline Head-Martinez jumped up and down, her long blond ponytail swinging, when her Mars rover robot successfully collected “ice” from the surface of Mars on its third try. The surface of Mars was […]

Virgil plans vote on uses for elementary school

February 14, 2019

Virgil residents may vote on the town taking over the local elementary school — the latest development as two municipalities faced with the closure of their neighborhood schools figure out what to do. The Cortland […]

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