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In the Olympic mood

February 14, 2018

VIRGIL — Kassandre Murdock followed her skiing instructor’s lead in digging her ski poles into the snow, going up a moveable walkway back up to the top of the small slope to go down again. […]

Letting off some steam

February 12, 2018

VIRGIL — It had all the excitement of a multi-alarm fire: Firefighters — hundreds of them — in turnout gear scurrying about, making impromptu plans of attack, recovering afterward as the next team stepped in. […]

Lack of snow doesn’t damper Winterfest fun

January 29, 2018

HOMER — Homer’s Village Green really was green, but that didn’t slow the (human) sled dogs. The ice sculptures were beautiful, for a while, but the real spirit of the Homer Winterfest is in the […]

DRI list down to 26 projects

January 19, 2018

CORTLAND — A downtown movie theater, an entertainment venue in the former Mullen’s office supply store and a two-way Main Street are among 26 projects and $35.5 million in downtown investment seeking $10 million in […]

Local hiring not tied to tax plan

January 11, 2018

President Donald Trump promised the tax-cut plan he signed into law last month would create economic growth and jobs, but several of Cortland County’s largest employers have since said what hiring plans they have, if […]

Developer adapts projects to economic times

January 6, 2018

Developer David Yaman is no stranger to adaptation. He turned the Cortlandville Crossing indoor mall into a strip mall, his office was once a 10-acre Smith Corona factory and he’s turning three of Cortland County’s […]

Mullen Office Outfitters nears end of 105-year run

January 2, 2018

CORTLAND — Fritz Mullen remembers how Cortland used to be. Main Street was busy — full of pedestrian traffic, with shops and department stores and movie theaters that brought people downtown. “Sears and Penney’s were […]

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