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Workshop gauges residents on two-way Main Street

November 4, 2016

Representatives from the Syracuse-based engineers Fisher Associates visited the city Thursday to talk about a proposal to convert a one-way section of Main Street to two-way and what they have noticed about similar thoroughfares in […]

Expert: Ash-for-trash survey results biased

November 3, 2016

Click here to see the full results of the survey. CORTLAND — A poll Cortland County Legislator Charles Sudbrink hoped would sway his colleagues to support a deal to import incinerator ash to cover the […]

City police get OK to add officer

November 2, 2016

Members of the city Common Council unanimously approved allowing the Cortland Police Department to accept $125,000 in federal funding that will allow it to appoint a new community police officer and to hire a new […]

Tour taps into things that go bump in the night

October 31, 2016

About 15 minutes into a tour Friday night of the 1890 House Museum, a lone flashlight set in the middle of the basement flickered on like magic. The unusual occurrence happened during the annual ‘Spirits […]

Spooky season may stir restless spirits

October 29, 2016

If you’re looking for haunted houses in Cortland County, you may have to search far and wide before finding them. In Marathon, the 200-year-old Three Bear Inn has reportedly been the scene of ghost sightings. […]

Season’s first snow sends vehicles sliding

October 27, 2016

Highway crews were salting streets this morning and dozens of accidents occurred as the season’s first snowfall slickened roads. About one-10th of an inch of snow fell Wednesday morning, and National Weather Service of Binghamton […]

Storyteller shares cultural insight

October 26, 2016

Stories of a snake eating a frog, which in turn was also eating the snake, a monster bear being chased by three men into the stars and a domesticated porcupine enthralled an engaged audience Tuesday […]

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