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What to do with Virgil?

May 16, 2019

People concerned about what will happen to Virgil Elementary School after it closes in July can attend a meeting Wednesday to voice their thoughts. Over the past year, the discussion on what to do with […]

Child-sex cases to be handed over to feds

May 15, 2019

Charges against two couples in Cortland City Court will be dismissed to avoid the potential for double jeopardy. Both cases involving Christopher M. Perry, 35, of 89 Bartlett Ave., and Sarah R. Gates, 38, of […]

Playing in the rain

May 14, 2019

It’s pouring rain; It’s raining cats and dogs; Deluge, downpour, drizzle. No matter the words used, rain is rain. This week, the chance for the falling H2O is forecast almost every day. It can put […]

2 county road jobs finished, 6 more planned

May 13, 2019

The Cortland County Highway Department has six construction projects left this summer that could impede traffic on roads across the county. Two of the eight projects are complete. “Probably one third of the projects are […]

Banking on broadband

May 11, 2019

Tim Mott is frustrated. He built a home in Taylor and when he moved in was told he could get broadband. He’s still using internet through AT&T. It’s high speed up to 20 gigabites. Once […]

Hemp industry grows in Cortland

May 10, 2019

What once was home to a lumber business on the south end of Cortland will see new life with a new industry — hemp processing — adding up to 45 jobs by the end of […]

IRT set to return; program seeking volunteers

May 9, 2019

A military deployment exercise that delivered free health care for thousands of Cortland County residents in 2016 will return this summer, but volunteers are needed to make it happen. In 2016, the Innovative Readiness Training […]

Parker task force to meet May 22

May 7, 2019

A task force aimed at finding a use for a soon-to-be vacant city elementary school will host a public meeting later this month to share ideas. In 2018, the Cortland Enlarged City School District voted […]

Coins commemorate Cortland’s 911 memorial

May 6, 2019

Cortland Deputy Police Chief Paul Sandy and Community Police Officer Jesse Abbott are selling coins, just bigger than an Eisenhower silver dollar, with two purposes — raise funds to maintain the city’s 911 memorial and […]

May the Fourth be with you

May 4, 2019

Stephen Vincent Jr. loved the Star Wars movies growing up, especially “Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.” He still loves the franchise. It had ewoks, a small bearlike creature. But it was also the conclusion […]

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