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Missing vulnerable adult alert issued for 21-year-old Lansing woman - 14850
According to the alert, Sok is “developmentally disabled and may be disoriented and confused.” She is five feet tall and weighs 95 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.
Heat advisory in effect for Cortland County | Cortland Voice
During extremely hot temperatures, be sure to drink plenty of fluids, stay out of the sun, and stay in an air-conditioned room, if possible. Do not leave children or pets unattended in a vehicle.
How Touchdown the Bear Came to Be
While many know the Cornell Bear, the costumed mascot cheering on Big Red athletics, not many know the story behind how Touchdown the Bear came to be a part of the university’s history. Touchdown was not always a student suited up in the stuffed bear costume; at one time, the mascot was a living, br
Two motorcyclists killed crash with pick-up truck in Nanticoke
The NY State Police, NY State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit, Glen Aubrey Fire Department, Maine Fire Department, Chenango Fire Department, Maine Ambulance, Union Ambulance, Chenango Ambulance, NY State Police and NYS DOT also assisted at the scene.
SHORE to SHORE: Vet's cane carved with love
When he was 19 and driving across Europe in World War II, Ken Westbrook’s M25 tank transporter was his home.He drove it off a barge onto Omaha Beach eight days after D-Day. He was in it during the Battle of the Bulge. It was where he worked and where he slept.Now, 74 years later, that M25 is back in
Haunted History Trail of NY, which includes Cayuga County sites, wins award
Social channels promoting the trail saw growth across the board, including nearly 40 percent page growth on Facebook, 22 percent on Twitter, and more than 90 percent engagement growth on Instagram, with events selling out and new visitors traveling the trail.
Alienation removed from Parks Plan
A small oasis of green space in Collegetown.Casey MartinSending countless emails, talking with college students and community members, and speaking up for her community, Ann Sullivan is tireless in advocating for the spaces she cares about. Her involvement in town government recently peaked when she
Police: Auburn man illegally sold narcotics, possessed weapons
Johnnie Sease Jr., of 2 Capitol St., was arrested around 5:25 p.m. Thursday at his home after law enforcement executed a search warrant. The 57-year-old was charged with two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a we
Cortland County man indicted for murder of 2-year-old
29-year-old Dorian Bohn, of McGraw, was indicted on second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a child charges.
Tompkins County Food Pantry Temporarily Closes. Town Council Votes To Help It Re-Open.
“Kids are going to be home soon!” Owens said, “And now the parents are extremely concerned about how they’re gonna feed the children who’ve been receiving school lunches. In Enfield, the school has over seventy percent of the children receive help their lunches and breakfasts.”
BUZZ ABOUT YOU: Glenwood Elementary School principal is 'Principal of the Year'
McSain, who has been the principal of the school since 2009, was honored during an awards ceremony May 17 at the Pheasant Hill Country Club in Owego.
Two men indicted on multiple charges after armed home invasion in Dryden
Kevin P. Chambliss, 32, and Henry J. Moreno, 28, have been in custody since April 25, after police say the two broke into a residence in Dryden on April 20.
2 arrested following Schuyler County drug investigation
SCHUYLER COUNTY, N.Y. (18 news) - Two men were arrested Friday, following a Schuyler County drug investigation on Texas Hollow Rd. in the Village of Odessa.
New Roots saga: A fired teacher, serious allegations and a tangled mess
Photo by Matt ButlerAs the school year comes to a close, the strange saga of David Ferreira’s firing from New Roots Charter School has continued to unfold in court in Madison County, where Ferreira has filed a lawsuit to regain his position as music teacher at the downtown Ithaca High School.Ferreir
Miss Dryden Dairy Day? Here's 112 photos to feel nostalgic about
That's why – this Thursday – we want to bring ourselves back in time to last weekend, when the ice cream was cheap, the cows were plentiful, and the bandstand was bumpin'. (Photos by Casey Martin)
Groton man charged with strangulation and assault
At about 2:57 a.m. Tuesday, New York State Police arrested 34-year-old David M. Rath, of Groton, after responding to a domestic dispute in the Town of Groton. Police say he struck a person's head against furniture during the incident. Rath has been charged with second-degree strangulation, a felony,
Cortland man accused of shoplifting at Walmart, then setting fire at Dunkin Donuts
State troopers responded to a shoplifting complaint Monday night at the Walmart on Bennie Road in Cortlandville. An hour later, and about a mile down the road, troopers investigated an intentional fire at a Dunkin Donuts.
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect Wednesday night - Cortland Voice
At 7:30 p.m., Doppler radar tracked a thunderstorm over Scott, about 10 miles north of Cortland, moving east at 45 mph.
47-year-old Massachusetts woman accused of using knife to assault man in Cortlandville
Cortland County deputies responded to the report of the assault at around 6:30 p.m., authorities said. The victim told deputies he and Virginia Bush, of East Wareham, Mass., were in an argument before Bush threatened him with a pocket knife.
Police: Skaneateles woman was drunk when she crashed into unoccupied police van
Police investigating a pair of burglaries in Marcellus Tuesday apprehended the man believed to be responsible — and also arrested a driver who crashed into a police vehicle parked at the scene.The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that at about 5:36 p.m. Tuesday, deputies respo