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Camp expansion slated at Lime Hollow

February 3, 2017

CORTLANDVILLE — With enrollment in the Lime Hollow Nature Center’s summer camp program on the rise, the environmental center is hoping to once again upgrade and renovate part of the facility with help from the […]

Cortland police pondering pot proposal

February 1, 2017

Cortland police say little would change for them if Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s call to decriminalize marijuana is adopted, but they have concerns about what it would say to residents about substance use and abuse. When […]

Hopefuls shine at CRT audition

January 30, 2017

Saturday marked day two of auditions for hundreds of actors traveling from all across the country to try out for three plays residents will see at Cortland Repertory Theatre this summer. From Friday to Sunday, […]

Plan taps idea of alcohol in theaters

January 28, 2017

If the governor has his way, residents across the state will be able to order a white Zinfandel or an ice cold beer when they go to pick up popcorn and candy from the concession […]

Revamping the transit system

January 24, 2017

For many residents, the county’s Cortland Transit bus system is more than just a form of public transportation. For some, it is the only affordable way to get around, and the only thing allowing them […]

Asian restaurant fills void on Main Street

January 21, 2017

Residents who pass through Downtown Cortland, particularly via the intersection at Main Street and Clinton Avenue, will see something they have not seen in at least 10 years: a restaurant on that corner open for […]

Council wants timely bag revenue

January 18, 2017

CORTLAND — Businesses selling city-mandated blue garbage bags may soon see officials pass legislation to penalize those that fail to pay back money owed to the city, which amounts to tens of thousands of dollars […]

Homer man plans fallen soldier’s memorial

January 17, 2017

HOMER — The childhood friend of a soldier slain in Iraq is inviting the public to join him for a memorial service marking the 10-year anniversary of his friend’s death at noon Friday in Glenwood […]

Pub raises awareness about rare disorder

January 9, 2017

One might consider an area pub as the last place one would expect to see education about a rare genetic condition taking place, but that is exactly what happened when Pam Cullip used her parents’ […]

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