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Looking for a good book? Here are new titles coming in May: “Escape” by James Patterson, “Suspects” by Danielle Steel, “The Hotel Nantucket” by Elin Hilderbrand, …

Food Sense makes cents

Greater Cortland area food pantry officials report a program to help people — regardless of income — is seeing increased use as the prices of food escalate across the nation. Food …

A chicken barbecue today in Homer will raise money for the Cortland Police Department’s canine program. People can pick up food starting 11 a.m. at Anderson Farm Market on Route 281. Dinner, …

At the top of her game

Sitting in her new office, Andrea Piedigrossi is excited, even though she has worked in the same place for 18 years. She could not have imagined herself as the head of the Cortland Youth Bureau …

Concert, walk mark Mental Health Month

Cortland County groups are organizing two events to mark Mental Health Month, including a concert Saturday and a walk for mental health Thursday.Rose Hall in Cortland will host the concert to benefit …

Marking history

Obtaining a New York State historical marker for the former Cincinnatus Academy was a yearlong process for Sharon Pesesky. “This was a killer,” said Beth MacRae, co-chairwoman of the …

Flower shop’s roots run deep

A crowd gathered Tuesday outside Arnold’s Florist on Cayuga Street in Homer to commemorate a 130-year tradition that continues to bloom to this day. A blue marker had been erected along the …

The Groton City United Community Church was the venue of the Ladies’ Literary Club’s latest meeting on May 4. Hosted by Phyllis Boyden and Nancy Rehkugler, 16 members were treated to …

LGBTQ group to hold its first festival in June

The Cortland LGBTQ Center is planning a festival for Pride Month in June which sexual health educator at the center Regina Cuddeback said will be the first of its kind for the …

Senior housing, community center proposed for school

Some agreed the former Virgil Elementary School should be put back to use for housing, a community center and other activities, while others worried any new business there would compete with those …

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