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Addition funding for Groton Library

October 16, 2020

GROTON — The Groton Library has received an additional $150,000 to help with renovation costs at the library, Sen. Jim Seward (R-Milford) has announced, even as workers labored to finish laying bricks on an addition’s […]

Communities differ in approach to Halloween

October 15, 2020

Batman, zombies and movie characters that typically roam the streets on Halloween in search of treats may be out and about this year, but local officials will leave the choice of whether people can go […]

Fault line over flag

October 10, 2020

GROTON — A conflict over First Amendment protections of expression and a nationwide debate over racial equality played out Friday on a small scale along Groton sidewalks as a Moravia man sold flags supporting President […]

Coronavirus briefs 10/2

October 2, 2020

12 new cases in Cortland County Cortland County reported 12 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Thursday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 257 — 165 new cases since Aug. 21. In all, 904 cases have […]

Groton student ‘positive’ for virus

September 28, 2020

GROTON — A Groton Junior-Senior High School student has tested positive for coronavirus, but the school remained open today, according to a letter from the Groton Central School District superintendent sent to parents. “The student […]

IAC postpones fall sports until March

September 14, 2020

The Interscholastic Athletic Conference has voted to postpone the fall 2020 sports season to March 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, meaning there will be no high school sports this fall for 19 schools in […]

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