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Cuomo to consider beer in ice cream

June 25, 2018

In the annals of fair food — deep-fried butter, pickle pops, python kebabs and Krispy Kreme hamburgers — this merits a mention: Beer-flavored ice cream. It’s a thing, and the bill allowing it is headed […]

Recipe for a good time

February 19, 2018

CORTLAND — Chili is not a dish one comes by often at the table of Brian Hall and Karen Leahy. “He doesn’t like beans and I’m a vegetarian,” the Cortland lawyer said Saturday as she […]

The year’s top 10 stories

December 30, 2017

Think about what history might say about 2017 in Cortland. Heroin scourged the population for the first time in decades, but almost as important to residents was a spree of grafitti in downtown Cortland. The […]

Tell us your top stories of the year

December 12, 2017

Click here to rank your stories Never mind that auld acquaintances thing. Every year about this time, editors tell reporters to list their best stories of the year. Partly, that’s because nobody can ever get […]

CRMC, Guthrie plan to affiliate

September 27, 2017

Cortland Regional Medical Center plans to affiliate with Guthrie medical system, a four-hospital, 45-site health network spanning 11 counties in New York and Pennsylvania. The potential affiliation announced this morning, at the moment non-binding, caps […]

Cortlandville gas station law aired

April 6, 2017

CORTLANDVILLE — Seventeen gas stations dot Cortland and Cortlandville. It begs the question that a number of Cortlandville residents asked Wednesday night: How many more does metropolitan Cortland need? And that raises another question: How […]

County panel supports blocking ash

February 15, 2017

CCORTLAND — Incinerator ash won’t be dumped at the county’s landfill, even if the county takes trash from neighboring communities, under a pair of bills a Legislature committee amended Tuesday. The solid waste committee voted […]

NYSEG may drop pipeline; alternatives mulled

February 7, 2017

DRYDEN — Matt Mitchell looked out over West Dryden Road and pondered. The announcement Monday that NYSEG will consider abandoning plans to build a natural gas pipeline connecting Freeville to Lansing has its reason for […]

Firefighters burn up the slopes at Greek Peak

February 6, 2017

VIRGIL — They came down the hill with a rumble. Cries, catcalls, some laughter and a bit of ground shaking as six full-grown people each wearing 50 pounds of firefighter turnout gear went tubing at […]

Cortland getting healthier by some measures

January 19, 2017

CORTLAND — Measure the health of a community. It can’t open its mouth and say, “ahh.” It has no blood pressure, no respiration. It’s not simply a collection of people and their health conditions. So […]

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