2nd look at paid parking

October 17, 2018

For the second time in as many years, the city of Cortland will discuss requiring paid parking along Prospect Terrace and James Street. This time, however, the proposal will get as far as a public […]

Well tests positive for E. coli in C’ville

October 16, 2018

One of Cortlandville’s town wells, which serves 4,000 customers, is shut down after water tests showed E. coli present, but residents need not worry town and county officials said Monday. Workers with Cortlandville’s water and […]

Harvest time

October 10, 2018

After more than four months of construction, work on a portion of a 100-acre park is still on track for completion by the end of the month. Town Supervisor Richard Tupper said the project contractor […]

‘We were treated like kings’

October 5, 2018

The cab driver looked at Dave “Fuzzy” Breed and with no civility in his voice, told him to get out. It was 1968, and Breed, still in his uniform, was just off the plane from […]

New trade deal spurs optimism

October 3, 2018

Farmers in and near Cortland remain unsure just how a new trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada will affect their operations, but they all agree reopening dairy markets in Canada can’t hurt. Just […]

New relief effort rolls forward

September 28, 2018

People have until 6 p.m. today to donate goods at Stupid Choppers to send to North Carolina in wake of Hurricane Florence. Last year, the company, now located at 206 Tompkins St., along with a […]

Arts master plan in works

September 27, 2018

The greater Cortland area will be a focus of a $100,000 project to create an arts master plan across five Central New York counties, with the idea of turning a $34 million industry that employs […]

An absorbing debate

September 22, 2018

It’s in breakfast cereals, granola bars and oatmeal. Farmers spray it on their crops and use it to limit weeds. It’s been blamed for a California’s man’s terminal cancer, and his $289 million legal award. […]

2nd arrest in child porn case

September 14, 2018

A Marathon man was arraigned this morning on six felonies alleging he conspired with a woman to molest a child younger than 5. Lawrence C. Berry, 25, of 15 Academy St., was arrested Thursday and […]

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