January 18, 2019

A space of your own

January 12, 2019

Aaron Bowens sat at the table in the basement of the Owego Street Makery sketching designs for end tables and explaining how makerspaces help people economically and creatively. “I’ve always loved kind of working with […]

Press rolls in Homer

January 11, 2019

The top story is on the ski club, an entertainment reporter writes that last year’s favorite song was Happier by Marshmello, and favorite movie was Black Panther, and cafeteria workers would appreciate more pleases and […]

Hospital affiliation is official

January 11, 2019

In a simultaneous motion, dozens of Cortland’s hospital employees held up their new white, purple and gold name tag, which now reads Guthrie Cortland Medical Center. The moment Thursday marked the completion of the affiliation […]

City zoning update nearly done

January 10, 2019

A proposed final draft of an update to the Cortland City Zoning Code would create a student density housing overlay district close to downtown that would allow more residents per housing unit than elsewhere in […]

Cortland Alderwoman Mastropolo resigns

January 10, 2019

Cortland Alderwoman Michelle Mastropolo has resigned, mid-way through her second term, after missing most of the Common Council meetings in 2018. “I really wanted to make a difference for people,” Mastropolo (D-1st Ward) said Wednesday […]

Farm brewery OK’d in Homer

January 9, 2019

After a swift discussion and approval Tuesday night, Homer Town Board Member Barry Warren called for Homer resident Jason Kristof to begin making beer at his approved farm brewery. Kristof has been waiting for the […]

Charges filed after 3-county car chase

January 9, 2019

A Homer man who led police on a three-county car chase Dec. 31 has been arrested and faces charges from several police agencies in connections with crimes in Homer, Scott, Cayuga County and Madison County. […]

Government shutdown poses potential for pain

January 8, 2019

Cortland County organizations and municipalities are running as normal amid the federal government shutdown, but if it continues many could be left without needed funding. The partial shutdown is on its third week with no […]

Worries over legalized weed

January 8, 2019

Frenky, a Czech shepherd whose nose is constantly sniffing for drugs, is one of the Cortland County Sheriff’s Department two canine units that would be rendered obsolete if the state legalizes recreational marijuana this year. […]

Lack of snow stalls winter riders

January 7, 2019

Five years ago around this time, Kevin Forney would’ve been three weeks into snowmobiling season. But a lack of snow has stalled the season this year. “I’m frustrated because I’m all ready to go,” Forney […]

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