November 26, 2021

Helping artists find their vision

July 31, 2018

Growing up in Little York, Ashley Pearson would notice the intricate interior designs and details businesses would make, from paint to layout choice. “I realized that I was alone in that I would look around […]

50 miles of deals

July 30, 2018

Growing up, Caitlin Dockery would go to yard sales with her mom. Now she brings her own children. Dockery, along with her husband, two kids and aunt were all shopping Saturday through tents and tables […]

Pitbull mix reunion for rescues

July 29, 2018

Diane Purvis of Homer took care of 10 puppies and their mom, Pepper, as a foster care volunteer, so the dogs would find a good home. She is among a network of volunteers associated with […]

A lack of (flow) control

July 28, 2018

Cortland County is losing more than $400,000 a year in revenue through a loophole in a flow control law requiring haulers to dump trash at the county landfill. The law, enacted in November, has brought […]

Children get lesson in safety

July 27, 2018

As the blades whirled, making the winds faster, Lucca Giacco didn’t take his eyes off the helicopter preparing to land in the middle of Suggett Park in Cortland. A chance to peak inside excited the […]

Pain in the heartland

July 27, 2018

Assembly Member Anthony Brindisi stood in front of a cow barn at McMahon E-Z Acres farms in Homer. Inside stood 500 milking cows. Brindisi asked farm owner Mike McMahon where his milk goes. It goes […]

Algae problem grows

July 26, 2018

It’s a microscopic organism, but under the right conditions it can have potentially harmful health effects. At least one lake in Cortland County has been identified to be a carrier. Others in driving distance of […]

Opportunity — squared

July 26, 2018

This story first appeared in print in the Cortland Standard on July 14, 2018. Since the eighth grade, Taylor Burk has known she wanted to pare down her college years, save college tuition costs and […]

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