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Seven Valleys to open food rescue space

Seven Valleys Food Rescue, a project of the Seven Valleys Health Coalition, will operate in new space on Homer Avenue, and seeks volunteers to help prepare the site. About 35% of all food goes …

Protest Friday of abortion-rights reversal

Abortion rights supporters plan a demonstration Friday of the U.S. Supreme Court's reversal last week of the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision that codified the right to an abortion. Organizers plan the …

Thieves steal copper wire in Cortlandville

The Cortland County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a grand larceny of copper wire that occurred between Thursday and Monday at the National Grid substation on Route 11 in …

‘It’s not enough’

New York has increased spending for mental health services more than 20% from last year. Cortland County has added $100,000 to pay for school-based mental health programs. It’s not enough, …
Today in features
World traveler loves U.S., Italy
Carol Healy, 85, of Manhattan is a retired marketing director for Revlon, in its international department. On Friday, she was taking a walk along Main Street, Homer. She has a sister in the village …
Cincinnatus art students take second in art contest
Cincinnatus Central School art students won a second place for design in the Olympics of the Visual Arts Competition, said Macksi Warner, art teacher at the school.
'Over the River' a must-see
“Over the River and Through the Woods” has so much going for it. The comedy features two sets of Italian grandparents who don’t want to see their young grandson move across the …
Drawn to their first love Local artists find the time
Molly Reagan had to stretch herself in her latest project, creating watercolor illustrations for a children’s book. “Normally I am drawing people in static poses. In these …
Big-hearted dad looks to help
Brandon Thomas, 23, of Cortland, a home health care worker, was enjoying a Friday family fun day at Suggett Park in Cortland. - What’s on the schedule today? “Taking my daughter, …
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Death notices
REEVES — Janet M. Reeves, 81, of Lansing, died June 15, 2022. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Shurtleff Funeral Home, 10117 state Route 90, Genoa. A private funeral …
BROOKS — Barbara Brooks, 83, of Cortland, died Feb. 18, 2022. There will be a graveside service at noon Saturday at Cortland Rural Cemetery. CRUM — Harry Crum, 68, died June 2, …
BUTTS — Joyce A. Butts, of Killawog, died June 9, 2022. Family will receive friends from noon until the 1 p.m. service Monday at Killawog Methodist Church. Sunset Memorial Services is handling …
CASE — James L. Case Jr., 74, of Locke, died June 7, 2022. Perkins Funeral Home, Dryden, has arrangements. FLEMING — Joan Patricia Fleming, 78, of Marathon, died June 8, 2022, at the …
Sports

Crush wins 4th straight

Mason Kirchberg went 4-for-4 with two home runs, including a go-ahead solo shot in the bottom of the sixth inning, to help power the Cortland Crush to its fourth straight win with an 8-6 victory over …

The Standard in Sports Podcast, Introductory Episode

In the introductory episode of The Standard in Sports Podcast presented by the Cortland Standard, Sports Editor Paul Cifonelli and Sports Reporter Matt Czeitner talk about what the podcast will be about and give a brief insight into the first few episodes.

Golf Log -- June 29, 2022

Walden Oaks Monday Capt'N'Mate League, Walden Oaks Monday mixed League, Willowbrook Monday Night ladies league, KCC Monday night league, Walden Oaks Senior League, Walden Oaks Tuesday night league, Willowbrook Tuesday night men's league,

Crush split doubleheader with Hornell

The Cortland Crush moved to 14-6-1 on the season as they split a doubleheader against the Hornell Steamers with a 12-1 victory in game one and an 8-7 loss in game two Tuesday at Maple City Park.
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