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Independence stolen

May 30, 2019

Dan Camp frowned and looked downcast as he looked at his bike charger and lock. “It’s the only things I have left to it,” he said. Camp’s electric bike, which retails for more than $1,000, […]

First full summer for new city playgrounds

April 30, 2019

Following a rat problem at Dexter Park in Cortland last year, the playground has since reopened with new mulch. “It opened last Friday afternoon, April 19,” John McNerney, director of the Cortland Youth Bureau, said […]

Opening doors

February 15, 2019

In 2018, 35 SUNY Cortland freshmen enrolled in the Educational Opportunities Program, which gives students, who may not meet requirements to attend SUNY, a chance at an education. The program, which is nearly a half-century […]

DA offers plea for downtown stabbing

February 15, 2019

A man indicted on charges stemming from a fatal stabbing in downtown Cortland in August has a week to decide whether he wants to take a plea deal offered by the Cortland County District Attorney’s […]

Plaudits for Homer’s police

February 14, 2019

Homer School Resource Officer Quentin Giles recognized the need for a child-safety program in the school district last year and got to work. Giles contacted the National Child Safety Council to get an idea of […]

Agency gets boost

February 8, 2019

A Cortland County health organization will announce a new name Feb. 22 following a $4 million grant to expand services in Broome County, which could eventually mean new services in Cortland too. Family Counseling Services […]

Jail roof replacement to begin next week

February 7, 2019

Cortland County Sheriff Mark Helms hopes he’ll receive a state report today detailing repairs needed to reoopen the jail that was closed due to flooding. “They (the state Commission of Corrections) actually keep putting the […]

Mild thaw an irresistible draw

February 4, 2019

Fan Zhang of Cortland skated for an hour Saturday morning around the Homer Village Green, enjoying the exercise and cold — though not so cold as recent days. He grew up in northern China where […]

Girls Day Out a heady experience

February 4, 2019

As 10-year-old Kaylla Knabe flipped herself onto her head, YWCA Fitness Director Meryl Fish grabbed her legs. helping to hold them up. As Kaylla slowly got out of the stance a smile crossed her face. […]

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