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Members say Cortland is seeing problems with amounts of curbside waste that are making downtown a less fun place to be.
Lewis Lent is serving life in prison for abductions, murders of three children, including 12-year-old found in Newfield in 1990
Amanda Rojas, 36, was required to register with state resulting from a 2010 conviction for rape in the second degree.
Staggered start to day; polls open until 9 p.m. across all districts
County will get help with technical review of Hornbrook Road standoff, identifying strategies to improve community relations
Cuomo says the basic problem of mistrust between police and minority communities needs to be addressed this year.
Matthew Libous, son of Sen. Thomas Libous, was convicted of tax fraud in January. His father goes on trial in July.
It’s not clear yet what action, if any, county lawmakers will take to address Derek Osborne’s claims.
The extent of the man's injuries are unknown, according to a Tompkins County sheriff's deputy on scene.
Decision comes after months of talks on the issue
State Senator Michael Nozzolio said there is universal opposition in law enforcement community, called for additional reforms
Fire was reported just before 3 a.m. Monday on Hudson Street
1,398 students graduated from college on Sunday
Amie Leland, 16, was found dead inside Cortland home May 8
As spending rose for latest fiscal year, state report shows more than $149 billion in revenue collected
Campaign runs through May 31
Experts say recent hot and dry conditions are partially to blame for the severity of this year's allergy symptoms.
It's not immediately clear if prosecutors will seek to try Harris for a fourth time.
Voters will get a chance to approve or reject the district's budget proposal next Tuesday.
William Ruoff, 60, graduated from the university in 1977.