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Hundreds without electricity in wake of storm

November 1, 2019

More than 540 utility customers remained without power this morning as 37 separate power outages dotted the greater Cortland area and utility crews worked to restore it after a Halloween storm bringing 1.8 inches of […]

Meetings planned for Dryden schools project

October 31, 2019

DRYDEN — Dryden Central School District will host two public meetings before a referendum in December on a $3 million renovation of Volante Field at the middle and high schools. The $3 million project will […]

Legion chief visits Cortland

October 31, 2019

Mike McDermott of Homer, the New York state commander of the American Legion, laid a wreath Wednesday at a veterans memorial in Cortland. But really, he was in town to listen. Since September, McDermott has […]

Jenkins challenges Leach plan again

October 30, 2019

Pamela Jenkins challenged the building of a commercial garage by Gregory Leach at Tuesday’s Cortlandville Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, at least the third time since 2016 the Cortlandville woman has challenged the trash hauler’s […]

Swastika, other graffiti downtown

October 29, 2019

The swastika painted on the side of the Unitarian Universalist Church on Church Street in Cortland had been painted over by Monday afternoon. Two doors to the east, Steven D. Besler had sprayed cleaner and […]

Zombie Walk precedes Halloween, promotes restaurants

October 28, 2019

Halloween-themed food and drinks were on the menu for Saturday night’s zombie walk in downtown Cortland. Bonnie Quackenbush and her husband, Michael DiMattei, of Cortland, led a group zombie-walking their way from the 1890 House […]

Early voting gets underway

October 28, 2019

Jane Hall was first in line on Saturday. She wanted to avoid the congestion of Election Day voting, so she was among more than 80 who voted Saturday, the first day of early voting. “It’s […]

A night of magic

October 25, 2019

The volunteers lifted the boat out of the van, pulled out a 4-foot fake pineapple shell and began assembling them. A few feet away, Jacob Eldred waited in his chair. The Halloween Parade was going […]

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