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Jury likely to get case on Monday

February 2, 2019

Testimony concluded Friday afternoon in the murder trial of a man accused of causing the death of a 2-year-old McGraw girl. Lawyers are expected to give closing statements Monday morning before the case is handed […]

Doctors: Get the flu shot

February 1, 2019

Dr. Laura Johnson had already treated five patients for influenza between 7 a.m. and noon Wednesday. “Patients are complaining of fever, body ache, congestion and coughs,” she said. Johnson, the medical director for Cayuga Medical […]

Prosecution wraps up in Bohn trial

February 1, 2019

A fall from a bunk bed was unlikely to be the cause of 2-year-old Kassidy Dains’ death, a forensic pathologist testified Thursday. The blunt-force trauma that caused internal injuries, would have required something, perhaps a […]

Witness questions crime scene handling

February 1, 2019

A forensic scientist criticized Thursday in Cortland County Court how county sheriff’s investigators conducted their investigation into the April 19 death of Kassidy Dains. Thomas Mauriello, a forensic science consultant and a professor of criminal […]

They’re filling up fast

January 29, 2019

David Yaman sees the work at a century-old building on Main Street like a painting on canvas — the design may be tedious, but the payoff is worth it. For four years, work has been […]

Experts testify about bodily fluids at scene

January 29, 2019

Forensic experts testified Monday they found blood in 2-year-old Kassidy Dains’ genital areas, fecal matter in her mouth, and identified her hair next to a hole in a wall, as the trial of Dorain Bohn […]

Bus service maintained

January 25, 2019

Seven Valleys Health Coalition staff members wept and hugged in the hallway Thursday night after Cortland County legislators voted on severing ties with the coalition’s mobility management program. They were tears of joy. The Legislature […]

60 inmates evacuated from jail

January 25, 2019

The Cortland County Jail was evacuated Thursday because a huge leak flooded the facility, causing extensive damage, Cortland County Sheriff Mark Helms said Thursday night. Sixty inmates were evacuated, leaving just two in usable cells, […]

What to do about all of those plastic bags?

January 21, 2019

Cortland County Legislator Paul Heider (R- Cuyler, Solon, Truxton) has delayed his plan to discuss banning single-use plastic bags in the county at the next Solid Waste Committee meeting because Gov. Andrew Cuomo is looking […]

Recycling pays dividends

January 15, 2019

Contento’s on Pendleton Street in Cortland is looking to add four more full-time job positions following the opening of its new facility — a construction and demolition debris recycling center. “We’ve created one full-time position […]

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