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Bus driver swerved to avoid cars

November 22, 2016

The bus driver watched the cars spin out in front of him Monday morning on a snow-covered Interstate 81 in Marathon. He had a choice: Swerve and risk the safety of the 40 high school […]

Dinners show blessings that people can bestow

November 17, 2016

CORTLAND — Sometimes, Thanksgiving isn’t about the turkey and stuffing. It’s not always about the friends and family. Sometimes it’s enough to know you have someplace to just be. Kim Hill understands it well, she […]

Overtime changes taking effect

November 16, 2016

Under a new U.S. Department of Labor law that changes which employees are eligible for overtime pay, Sara Earl, program director of Bridges for Kids at the Cortland YWCA, may have to change the way […]

Perfetti seals DA win; C’ville decided by 2 votes

November 15, 2016

After a count of absentee ballots at the Cortland County Board of Elections today, Republican Patrick Perfetti was declared the official winner of the District Attorney race, tallying 231 more votes than incumbent Democrat Mark […]

SUNY students report racist taunts in election’s wake

November 15, 2016

SUNY Cortland is investigating two incidents of post-election minority baiting, even as the state pursues hate crimes investigations elsewhere in New York. SUNY Cortland President Erick Bitterbaum met with minority students who contacted him following […]

Locals ponder how Trump might govern

November 12, 2016

Throughout Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, he presented various ideas and policies that were variously praised, condemned or greeted with bewilderment. At times, the Republican candidate presented no clear policy, such as giving no indication of […]

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