Education

McGraw teacher named State History Teacher of the Year

Caitlin Goodwin was recently recognized as the best history teacher in the state. Her colleagues say they are proud and impressed. But not surprised. “She is certainly well deserving of this …

SUNY Cortland has named an Allegeny College administrator its next chief of staff. April Thompson will start Sept. 1, college President Erik Bitterbaum announced this week. Thompson is vice …

Three Bear Daycare hopes business change is just right

The restaurant of the Three Bear Inn in the village of Marathon is being converted to a day-care center, its new co-owner said Wednesday. Megan Decker, who now owns the business along with her …

Two grants to support farm-to-school program

Branden Brown, the owner of Trinity Valley Dairy in Homer, is considering providing his dairy products to children at schools in Cortland County to support a farm-to-school program. “I mean, …

Cincy school board plans hearingThe Cincinnatus Central School District will have a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4 to hear comment on the district's code of conduct and district safety plan, the …

SUNY Cortland has won reaccreditation through the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the college has announced, allowing the college to continue receiving federal aid, and its students to …

SUNY invests $35 million into campus construction

Outdated buildings, confusing signs, asbestos insulation, dangerous sidewalks and battered light posts are among the problems SUNY Cortland hopes to address with $35 million in construction projects …

Marathon schools chief to lead Broome-Tioga BOCES

Seven years as a math and science teacher, 10 years as an elementary school principal, 11 years as superintendent of Marathon Central School District, Rebecca Stone's life has revolved around …

Courtney Harrington has two children who attend Truxton Academy Charter School -- both Hunter and Jessa Harrington will be in third grade this fall. That's why, after the founding head of School …

The Syracuse Chapter of the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter Society awarded $3,000 inscholarships recently. Natalie Day, a Dryden High School graduate, Nathan Healey of Barneveld, a Le …

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