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Cortland and Tompkins counties were dropped to a low risk of coronavirus spread, the federal government reported Friday, as the risk in Broome and Tioga counties was dropped to medium.The risk level …

Man sentenced for murder connected to local drug sales

A man was sentenced Monday to 40 years in federal prison for a 2019 murder in California that he committed while trafficking drugs to distribute in Cortland County, authorities announced.Kyle Leeper, …

Porch Piracy

Tips to sink porch piratesThe city of Cortland Police Department offers tips to help prevent package theft on its Facebook page. Have packages delivered to where you are, not to where you aren't. …

There is a lot to love about winter. Who doesn’t enjoy sitting by the fireplace sipping a warm mug of hot cocoa, tromping through the woods on a blanket of freshly fallen snow, or decorating …

When I was a kid in New Hampshire, my brother and I would look forward to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. We’d get the ballot and study it for the people we most wanted to see …

Cortland and Tompkins counties were dropped to a low risk of coronavirus spread, the federal government reported Friday, as the risk in Broome and Tioga counties was dropped to medium.The risk level …

Cortland County delays solar tax break authority change

A plan to shift responsibility for approving property tax breaks for solar projects from the Cortland County Legislature to the Cortland County Industrial Development Agency will undergo further …

Entrepreneur hopes to return a cafe to downtown Dryden

DRYDEN – Kayla Lane had been working her plans for the corner space at routes 38 and 13 in Dryden for months, but finally put the name in the window: The Corner Brew, a return to having a cafe …

Hoping for cold: Local resorts optimistic about ski season

Despite a weekend forecast of rain and high temperatures in the 40s, Greek Peak Mountain Resort officials still hope to open the ski season Friday and Song and Labrador mountain resorts are expected …

Travelers offer advice for tackling Thanksgiving traffic

Robert Velamisa of Brooklyn New York plans to travel over 800 miles over the next week to bring his daughter, a student of SUNY Cortland, home for the holiday. “I’m traveling from …

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