January 22, 2022

Looking for solutions, hope at Cortland meth meeting

April 26, 2017

Margee Baldassarre of Homer listened attentively as police and other officials talked Tuesday night in the Cortland County Office Building auditorium about the dangers of methamphetamine in the community. They explained how significant the problem […]

New York state app reels in sportsmen

April 25, 2017

When hunting, Edward Kent III of Homer said, it can be a pain to report game harvest by having to call it in or fill out an online report, but that should no longer be a hassle with a new feature on the state’s hunting and fishing mobile application. […]

Antique tractors work again for good cause

April 24, 2017

HOMER — The scene Saturday morning behind the East Homer United Method Methodist Church off Route 13 was an image from the past. Antique tractors from the 1950s and 60s were plowing a large lot […]

Library funding at risk

April 22, 2017

You may not lose your local library, but the summer reading program may be at risk. Librarians say threatened federal funding cuts could add up to $850 million for the Institute of Museum and Library […]

TC3 students open laptops, not books

April 18, 2017

DRYDEN — When Tompkins Cortland Community College sophomore Megan Clowser prepares for her introduction to psychology course, she doesn’t curl up with an expensive textbook. She simply unfolds her Hewlett Packard touch screen laptop computer […]

Egg hunt a big hit in McGraw

April 17, 2017

Bright blues, greens, yellows and pinks nestled Saturday morning among the grass of Bennett Street Park. It looked like an image from a Dr. Seuss book, but it was in fact the annual Easter egg […]

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