October 22, 2021

Virgil plans referendum on school

May 23, 2019

John Kaminski and Virgil residents have a challenge: They must find how much the town of Virgil can buy the soon-to-be-closed Virgil Elementary School for; a reasonable use for the building; a way to pay […]

Stories of slavery

March 19, 2019

The questions a child would ask of Harriet Tubman: • Is there still slavery? “It may not be the same type of slavery, but there are still slaves. … There are still people in the […]

Reed talks border, taxes at Groton town hall

February 25, 2019

GROTON — President Donald Trump was wrong to declare a state of emergency to build a $5.7 billion wall on the Mexican border, Rep. Tom Reed told Groton residents, but added Trump does have the […]

Court impounds Brindisi, Tenney ballots

November 13, 2018

The memory sticks from voting machines and all ballots in Cortland County, and all other counties in the 22nd Congressional District have been impounded by a state court order, as absentee ballots are to be […]

Fatal stabbing downtown

August 29, 2018

One man is dead and police arrested another following an early morning altercation that turned into a stabbing in downtown Cortland, city police said. The victim, Damien Grant, 32, of 10 Woodruff St., was in […]

Cuomo to consider beer in ice cream

June 25, 2018

In the annals of fair food — deep-fried butter, pickle pops, python kebabs and Krispy Kreme hamburgers — this merits a mention: Beer-flavored ice cream. It’s a thing, and the bill allowing it is headed […]

Recipe for a good time

February 19, 2018

CORTLAND — Chili is not a dish one comes by often at the table of Brian Hall and Karen Leahy. “He doesn’t like beans and I’m a vegetarian,” the Cortland lawyer said Saturday as she […]

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