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New traditions, renewed joy

From baking cookies to making candles, holiday traditions have been changing over the years for the growing Baran family of Sempronius.“Everybody gets a treat for their homes,” said mom …

Greek Peak opens for the ski season

Despite the rain, hundreds of skiers and snowboarders slid the slopes Friday at Greek Peak for its opening day, marking the first run of the year for many of those who attended.“It's still …

City planning festive holiday celebration changes

The city of Cortland will relocate its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony and restore the annual New Year's Eve celebration, Mayor Scott Steve said Wednesday.Tony Caruso, owner of Main Street …

Sow-ler power

Bright ideas can start from something small, and for 14-year-old Faith Baker of Cincannatus, that start came from wanting some animals of her own.Soon after she saved up enough money and bought some …

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. …

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 …

Cortland weighs in on Christmas decoration debate

Whether it's from working in retail, or because of her personal beliefs, August Falen of Cortland thinks it’s too early to decorate for Christmas.“It’s just a capitalistic …

Spending dips 0.2% in final 2023 Cortland County budget

Cortland County's $152.4 million budget for next year was approved Thursday after legislators accepted amendments totaling $388,233. These included funding to create a grants administrator job, …

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