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New faces dot Cortland council races

October 23, 2021

Expect nearly half of the city of Cortland’s wards to have a new representative on Common Council next year, as three wards have no incumbent and two others have a contested race. Wards 1, 3, […]

Faceoff for Cortland mayor

October 23, 2021

A current Cortland councilperson focused on infrastructure and improving city neighborhoods faces a business owner who is focused on transparency and accountability for the city of Cortland’s mayoral election. Democrat Bruce Tytler faces Republican Scott […]

As temps fall, costs rise

October 22, 2021

Winter is coming, even if this past week has felt more like spring or summer. With winter comes cold. This year, though, as temperatures drop, the price of heating sources is expected to increase — […]

Planners recommend approval of clinic

October 19, 2021

Editor’s note: This story was updated to correct an error Plans for a proposed primary care facility on Route 13 in Cortlandville have been recommended by county planners; the Cortland County Planning Board will consider […]

Roadwork rolls forward

October 16, 2021

Cortland resident Teddy Phillips is somewhat stuck between a rock and a hard place living on Taylor Street. Major road work has been happening throughout the year to the west on Delaware Avenue and to […]

Reed gets 3 years

October 15, 2021

An Onondaga County man who admitted breaking a woman’s ankle following charges he raped, threatened, beat and imprisoned her over two days in March was sentenced Thursday in Cortland County Court. Taupac R. Reed, 31, […]

Cortland mayoral candidates debate

October 15, 2021

Going forward with the Parker Elementary School project, priorities for revitalizing downtown and reversing population decline were among the topics discussed during the Cortland mayoral debate Thursday between a Cortland councilperson and a local business […]

College’s fare under fire

October 14, 2021

The problem of SUNY Cortland’s dining hall food began for freshman Brittani Dauley at the start of the semester in August, said her mother, Nancy Dauley. At first it was the quantity of the food, […]

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