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Groton man faces charges in city shooting

July 27, 2020

A Groton man is in Cortland County Jail without bail awaiting his next court date after Cortland City police said he shot an 18-year-old man Saturday morning on Church Street. Robert S. Bailey, 39, of […]

Summer meals to continue

July 7, 2020

School districts in the greater Cortland area will continue to run drive-through, grab-and-go summer meal distribution locations until the end of August. The Cortland Enlarged City School District has seven locations, while Dryden, Cincinnatus, Groton, […]

New twists to mark Fourth

June 30, 2020

Catching a baseball game, attending a parade and watching fireworks are all traditional events to celebrate the nation’s independence from Great Britain. This year though, things will be a little different as the coronavirus pandemic […]

Coronavirus briefs 6/26

June 26, 2020

Virus cases still 49 in Cortland County Cortland County reported no new COVID-19 cases Thursday, the number of confirmed cases remaining at 49. In all, 337 cases have been confirmed and four people have died […]

Parker sale approved; school budgets pass

June 17, 2020

Cortland school district voters approved on Tuesday selling the former Parker Elementary School to the city of Cortland, even as they approved a $50.17 million budget, the district announced Wednesday afternoon. Voters largely approved school […]

Bernhardts make their marks in the pool

June 12, 2020

It was a great year for a brother-sister duo of Groton Central School graduates during the SUNY Cortland swimming and diving season. Red Dragon sophomore Hunter Bernhardt (2018 Groton grad) and his freshman sister Leah […]

Groton library work begins

June 2, 2020

GROTON — Work has begun on a 2,000square-foot addition to the Groton Public Library, more than a month after it was originally scheduled to begin. “Construction started Tuesday,” Director Sara Knobel said Thursday. “They started […]

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