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Guthrie gets big boost

February 24, 2021

When the offer to donate up to $1 million for a Cortland cancer center — but only if other donors matched it — came two months ago, the Cortland Memorial Foundation started making calls. On […]

Taking treats to the street

February 22, 2021

GROTON — Peyton, 9, and Chloe Conger, 16, braved near white-out conditions Saturday to sell Girl Scout cookies on Main Street at the start of National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend. The girls and their mom, […]

Park plan taking shape

February 22, 2021

Village of Homer leaders expect to get advice Tuesday on how to proceed with demolition of three properties it has acquired on Route 11 to make way for the first stage of a riverfront park. […]

Weather causes 40-car pile-up on Interstate 81

February 20, 2021

Dozens of cars were involved in a series of collisions Saturday afternoon on Interstate 81 in Homer during a snow storm, leading to traffic being backed up for hours, emergency officials said. All lanes of […]

Dryden urged to seek $3M for broadband

February 20, 2021

DRYDEN — A federal agency has encouraged the town of Dryden to apply for a $3 million grant to help establish municipal broadband service. With or without the grant, town Supervisor Jason Leifer said Friday, […]

Clothes for the community

February 16, 2021

GROTON — Christmas decorations and winter-styled mannequins posed in The Clothing Closet’s windows, much like any other boutique on Main Street in Groton. Inside, rows of gently-used clothes hung in their racks as shoppers selected […]

Keeping babies covered

February 12, 2021

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, the need for diapers in New York has gone up 350%, a diaper bank reports. Yet, while public programs allow low-income families to buy junk food, they don’t allow diapers. […]

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