October 26, 2021

Cortland golf aiming for low-scoring season

August 27, 2021

CORTLAND — The Cortland Purple Tigers varsity golf team kicked off the fall sports season by defeating Syracuse City, 200-250 Thursday at Walden Oaks. Andrew Partigianoni and Kooper Knabe led the Purple Tigers with scores […]

Center: Children eating pot-laced candies

June 4, 2021

A Syracuse-based poison control center has seen a spike in reports of children eating marijuana-laced candies and edibles, and greater Cortland area emergency responders are preparing to deal with it. The Upstate New York Poison […]

A barn full of holiday spirit

December 7, 2020

Of the more than 20 Christmas trees in Lori Tyrrell’s barn, the one that stood out the most Saturday was one that could best be described as the kitchen tree. Cookie cutters, muffin pans and […]

Belly, Set, Go! a hub of belly dance

December 6, 2020

Jo Boring of Marathon is having a blast creating a virtual dance show, “Nutcracker Noir,” that features belly dancers around Central New York. “I am having fun. It’s a nice distraction,” Boring said. “People will […]

Homer girls’ soccer returns with win

October 27, 2020

SYRACUSE — After 17 days of waiting, the Homer Trojans girls’ soccer team returned to action clicking like there was no layoff — despite the conditions. After Monday’s rain turned Faith Heritage’s field into a […]

Guthrie cancer center construction to begin next week

September 10, 2020

Construction for the $10.6 million Guthrie Cortland Cancer Treatment Center begins in about a week, Guthrie Cortland Medical Center President Jennifer Yartym announced Wednesday. About 10 neighbors were present for the announcement at the West […]

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