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Early New Year’s arrival

January 4, 2019

Marcus James Field was eager to enter the world — so eager he came 28 days early, at 10:14 p.m. Jan. 1 — the first baby of the year to be born at Cortland Regional […]

Big jeans, murder mystery

January 3, 2019

As with any place, the people, places and things that make up a hometown also make up the identities of the people who live there. “We all like to think that where we’re from has […]

Driver sought after chase

January 3, 2019

Cortland County sheriff’s officers identified Jakob Mueller of Homer this morning as the driver who led police on a three-county car chase Tuesday, but have yet to catch him and seek information on his whereabouts. […]

Mental health rising issue in jails

December 24, 2018

Of all the people who have come through the Cortland County Jail, the first to come to Undersheriff Budd Rigg’s mind was a man from out of town who broke a window at Tops supermarket. […]

Family faces ALS as a fight, not a fear

December 23, 2018

GROTON — Tom Walpole’s life took a 180 degree turn when he was diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, on Sept. 26. “It’s affected my voice, my breathing and just a general […]

Dog, handler meet

December 21, 2018

The dog exited the elevator Thursday and leaped toward SUNY Cortland Police Officer David Coakley. A smile spread across Coakley’s face. Coakley had always wanted to work with dogs and now he’ll have a chance […]

Affiliation expectations

December 15, 2018

Cortland’s hospital will have a new name and undergo several changes next year because of its affiliation with Guthrie Medical Center — which sees the medical center investing $100 million into the Cortland hospital over […]

CNY SNAP finds new home

December 14, 2018

Rhea Robinson volunteers at the Central New York Spay and Neuter Assistance Program and has adopted animals from the program. So when Robinson found out the organization needed a new building by the end of […]

Homer wants a bike-friendly community

December 13, 2018

The Homer village board is looking to turn the village into a bike-friendly community with a study on how to do so and potentially allowing public electric bikes. The board unanimously approved Wednesday night entering […]

Survey on jail may seek public comment

December 12, 2018

Cortland County legislators will review a proposed survey on the county jail that, if approved, would seek residents’ input on how the Legislature should address jail overcrowding. A draft of the survey was presented Tuesday […]

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