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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 […]

Get ready for winter

October 24, 2019

Expect a warmer winter this year, but perhaps with a bit more snow. Now is about the time to get ready for it. “Right now is a great time to start weather preparations,” said Valu […]

Bail set in double stabbing

October 23, 2019

Bail was set Tuesday at $20,000 cash or $40,000 bond for a Cortland man accused of stabbing two men Aug. 29 in downtown Cortland. Matthew Sky Hewitt, 27, also referred to in court documents as […]

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