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The graduates milled about Friday before they lined up to march to the Moiseichik Stadium Complex at Cortland High School, their last act as Cortland High School students. The past four years …

Dryden nixes Quarry Road permit, allows weed drive-through

DRYDEN – The Town Board Thursday rejected a special-use permit for a Quarry Road business after more than 20 people spoke in opposition, but granted permission for a cannabis dispensary to add …

Dryden Fiber wins $9 million grant to grow

DRYDEN – The town of Dryden’ss multi-million-dollar initiative to bring affordable high-speed Internet to the residents of Dryden and Caroline got $9 million of good news this week. …

Stalking arrest, CPR incident bring honors to Cortland cop

Cortland City Police Chief Paul Sandy said one of his officers, Tyler Zacek, has more incoming recognitions to add to the pair Zacek just got. “The city is lucky to have someone of his …

Blodgett Mills asks C’ville for lower speed limit

The Cortlandville Town Board received Thursday a petition from Blodgett Mills residents asking the town to reduce the speed limit on much of the western end of Blodgett Mills Road. However, …

Years of planning, a year of work and $3.5 million later – Guthrie Cortland Medical Center’s new parking lot and entrance was completed June 14. The $3.5 million project to …

The city of Cortland will distribute 97 more carbon dioxide and smoke detectors donated by Green Mountain Electric Supply of Cortland at an event at 9 a.m. Friday at the Homer Avenue business. …

Marathon native Carl T. Hayden, a former chancellor of the state Board of Regents and president of the board of the State University of New York, will sign copies of his book at 1 p.m. Saturday at 26 …

The Cortland Board of Education will have its reoganizational meeting at 6 p.m. July 2 at the Kaufman Center, 1 Valley View Drive.

The McGraw Central School District Board of Education will have a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in room 5 of the high school.

The Tompkins County Legislature adopted on Tuesday the county’s first strategic operations plan following a year of planning and community involvement. The plan sets 46 objectives for its …

DRYDEN — Tompkins Cortland Community College’s CollegeNow has been reaccredited for seven years by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships, the college announced …

To get lifeguards, Cortland pays for certification

Beaches, lakes and pools across the nation have struggled to hire lifeguards since the COVID-19 pandemic, a problem Cortland swimming areas avoided this year – but only at the last minute. …

Guthrie is pleased to welcome these providers in the greater Cortland area. •Dr. Robert Kale is a fellowship-trained anesthesiologist at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center. Kale completed his …

The United Presbyterian Church in Cortland will have a hot dog extravaganza from 5 to 7 p.m. June 26 at the church, 25 Church St. Free grilled hot dogs with the trimmings, pop corn, beverages …

GROTON — The Tompkins County Highway Department will mill South Main Street Extension in Groton from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, the department announced Tuesday. It will maintain one lane …

The Cortland Board of Education will meet Tuesday for these workshops at the Kaufman Center, 1 Valley View Drive: • Recruitment and retention — 5 to 6 p.m. • Code of Conduct …

Cortland judge steps down to accept state post

Cortland City Court Judge Elizabeth Burns has stepped down to accept a job with a state-level court, elevating Judge Lawrence Knickerbocker to the full-time judge’s position – at least …

It’ll be cooler Friday — if 85 is cool

Last week, you probably considered 85 degrees to be sweltering. By Friday, you’ll look forward to 85 degrees as cool. In the meantime, expect heat indexes in the greater Cortland area to …

1890 House Museum gets new floors, rooms to explore

 

TULLY – Calling hours for a 29-year-old Tully firefighter who died in a farming accident are 11 a.m. Thursday at the Hartwell Funeral Home, 461 Route 281, Tully, with a service to follow at 3 …

Cortland considers fine for old water meters

The Cortland Common Council will consider at an upcoming meeting a $50 fine levied against city homeowners who don’t replace their old water meters after warnings and a given deadline. The …

Public offers priorities for county strategic plan

Cortland County residents are proud of the county’s friendly, welcoming and casual way of life; want to see growth they can be proud of and enjoy; but want greater collaboration and …

David Deckard and his wife, Patricia, spent 11 months homeless before they could crawl out of their hole and into a home. Now Deckard speaks from experience on what's right, and wrong, about the …

Dryden chief: Slow down on battery storage site

DRYDEN – Slow down, please. That’s what Dryden Fire Chief Mark Bell asked Thursday of Town Board members before they consider allowing the Delaware River Solar company to build a …

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