Stores abuzz as bird day nears

November 19, 2018

With only a few days to go until Thanksgiving, Cathy Christopher was already planning her next trip to Anderson’s Farm Market in Homer to get ingredients for dinner. “Pretty much anything you can get here, […]

Fans unfazed by frigid temps

November 12, 2018

Temperatures were in the low 30s and the gusting winds carried snow flurries as Bridget Coyne and her family tailgated Saturday for the Cortaca Jug football game. They threw on extra layers and huddled around […]

Prepping for Cortaca

November 9, 2018

Hotels in Cortland are nearing capacity; bars and restaurants are adding staff. Expect some tail-gating, increased police presence and maybe some traffic around entrances to SUNY Cortland’s west campus. It’s the Cortaca Jug weekend. Juniors […]

Osborne wins Tompkins sheriff race

November 7, 2018

Democrat Derek Osborne was elected Tompkins County sheriff Tuesday, defeating incumbent Ken Lansing on the Independence line, and Josh Brokaw on the Truthsayers party line. Osborne got 21,396 votes to Lansing’s 8,553 votes and Brokaw’s […]

Getting crafty in Cortland

November 5, 2018

Sewing runs in the Donlick family. Christel Donlick started learning as a young girl while attending 4H, a youth mentoring program. Now her daughters have started their own business with their sewing creations. “Oh they […]

Elections 2018: Three pursue Tompkins sheriff seat

November 3, 2018

Three people are running for Tompkins County Sheriff. Incumbent Ken Lansing is running on the Independence line. Derek Osborne is on the ballot as a Democrat. Josh Brokaw is running under a Truthsayers endorsement. The […]

Elections 2018: Two running for Supreme Court Judge

November 3, 2018

Cortland City Judge Elizabeth Burns, a Democrat, faces Chenango County District Attorney Joe McBride, a Republican for a seat on the state Supreme Court’s 6th District. The 10-county district includes Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, […]

Terror-threat defendant acquitted

November 2, 2018

A man charged with making terroristic threats was found not guilty Thursday in Cortland County Court. Jensen Schack, 20, of Plymouth was charged March 3 with two counts of making terroristic threats, felonies. Police said […]

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