October 23, 2021

No representative in 22nd district, for now

December 29, 2020

Residents in the 22nd Congressional District are likely to go without a voting representative in the House of Representatives until at least mid- January, maybe longer if the court’s rulings are appealed, according to one […]

Youths get outdoors in Groton

December 29, 2020

GROTON — Kaylee Harris, 12, walked about a foot from where she and a few other kids had been placing large sticks against a branch leaning against a tree. She grabbed a 3-foot branch and […]

Syracuse Diocese files for Chapter 11

June 19, 2020

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse filed Friday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, saying that while it had settled 80 sex abuse allegations by priests, it still expects to face 100 to 150 lawsuits. The […]

More than just a number

February 22, 2020

Sherry Saam of Groton scrolled through websites Tuesday evening at the Groton Public Library. “I come here about four times a week,” she said, noting she and her son both like to use the computers. […]

2 charged in kidnapping, threatening of a witness

December 26, 2019

Two men are accused of kidnapping an 18-yearold man who gave police a statement concerning a previous assault charge against one of the defendants, according to Cortland city police. Donavin M. Fink Jr. 19, of […]

Justice, finances top stories

December 24, 2019

A number of long-term issues came back throughout 2019 for Cortland County legislators and officials to figure out, including filling the county administrator position, but issues related to the county jail remain unresolved. New criminal […]

When does anti-Zionism become anti-Semitic?

September 28, 2019

Being Jewish in America today can be a bewildering experience. On the one hand, the president of the United States is highly supportive of Israel. On the other hand, a majority of American Jews sharply […]

Pizzola a champion for people with disabilities

July 16, 2019

While sledding under a bright blue sky as a student at SUNY Cobleskill in December 1981, Fran Pizzola of Cortland broke her neck and was paralyzed. The accident changed her life and would eventually change […]

Clinton Avenue overhaul begins

July 10, 2019

Construction work began Tuesday on a $21 million project that will uproot and replace the infrastructure of the city’s east-west corridor along Clinton and Groton avenues between Pomeroy Street and Floral Avenue. “Today marks the […]

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