Homer firefighters take protective measures

January 16, 2018

HOMER — The Homer Village Fire Department has acquired 40 new protective hoods to reduce exposure to cancer-causing chemicals. Homer Fire Chief Mahlon Irish Jr. said the department received the hoods — about $75 each […]

Hurricane affects CRMC

January 16, 2018

Cortland Regional Medical Center has had to change how it distributes medication to patients because of a nationwide shortage of fluids used to deliver medicine and treat dehydrated patients, but hopes that will change soon. […]

Sexualized behavior a problem in schools, students say

January 13, 2018

Editor’s note: This article contains some vulgar language. Thomas Stanislow-Field notices many of his fellow high school students slapping girls’ backsides and calling them names when the girls complain. He sees girls who are afraid […]

Local hiring not tied to tax plan

January 11, 2018

President Donald Trump promised the tax-cut plan he signed into law last month would create economic growth and jobs, but several of Cortland County’s largest employers have since said what hiring plans they have, if […]

Skiing is hot

January 9, 2018

CORTLANDVILLE — In minus 12 degree temperatures, Glenn Reisweber and a group of students made their way to the snow-covered trails at Lime Hollow Nature Center. They were out in the frigid cold for one […]

Dryden woman produces Northeast tracking guide

January 7, 2018

This story appeared in the January 6, 2018 edition of the Cortland Standard. To become a subscriber, email us, or call us at (607) 756-5665. Back issues available by request. Linda Spielman likes to ask […]

G-gone f-f-fishin’

January 5, 2018

Pausing mid- sentence, Jamie Ayres looked at his fishing pole as it began to bend. While reeling the line in quickly it wasn’t long before the fisherman from Moravia was pulling a perch through a […]

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