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Biomedical innovation means economic development for Cortland County

Cortland Biomedical in Cortlandville has added new post-processing services and technologies that it hopes will allow it to take over more of the biomedical textile production process, and could mean …

Wednesday It’s an interesting decision: Get a COVID-19 booster shot as soon as possible — because who knows when you’ll be exposed? Or try to time the booster for when you …

Preble seniors to dine Wednesday Preble Seniors have scheduled a potluck dinner for 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Preble Park with card bingo to follow. Groton may award salt shed bid The Groton …

Group plans to sponsor Ukrainian family for 2 years

Mary Beth Mathey was moved when she saw the daily news coverage about the plight of Ukrainian families displaced since the invasion of their homeland by Russia began in February. “If it were …

Make way for Brockways

Daryl Wantland from Whittier, California, was taking a picture of some of the Brockway trucks with his phone Saturday morning at the Brockway Truck Show in Homer. “I’m just here to look …

Good times runneth over

 MORAVIA — There aren’t too many sports involving bathtubs, but the porcelain pastime is a staple for people from Moravia. Hundreds of people gathered Saturday in Fillmore Glen …

Staff shortages at schools, including teachers, are common locally and nationally, but superintendents in Cortland County school districts say that it won’t affect their …

COVID-19 restrictions fade this school year

 In late March of 2020, all public school buildings across the country were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote learning grew to take its place. Schools in New York reopened for the …

The classroom calls

Summertime is when 5-year-old Jonathan Fitts enjoys his break, but with school about to start, his father, Jeff Fitts, isn’t letting up on him. “We are practicing alphabets and numbers …

State officials tour DRI projects in Cortland

State Secretary of State Robert Rodriguez toured projects on Main Street in Cortland on Friday that are partially funded by a $10 million state Downtown Revitalization Initiative while promoting a …

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