January 20, 2022

New One-Acts to debut

May 3, 2019

Olivia McKenna is seeing her drama about first love come to light on Cortland High School’s stage in the Student Written One-Act Play Festival. The 10th-grade student wrote and directed “Out of Luck, Out of […]

NYSEG pulls plug on project

May 3, 2019

For almost a year, Joe Mastriano has lived a stressed-filled life in Truxton. It was caused by the idea that New York State Electric & Gas would run a 68.5-mile, 345-kilovolt power line from National […]

2 city police officers honored

May 2, 2019

Two Cortland police officers were recognized this week by the Central New York Association of Chief Police for their efforts in hostage negotiation and tactical enforcement during a 24-hour standoff last year in Cortland. Training […]

$55K infused into Cortland

May 2, 2019

CORTLAND — The Central New York Community Foundation has awarded $55,000 in the second year of its Cortland County Bright Ideas grants to 11 nonprofit organizations. This is the most awarded so far in Cortland […]

City to get 70 new trees

May 1, 2019

This week will kick off citywide tree planting in Cortland. One spot in the city is designated an Arbor Day planting area — south Church Street. Two weeks ago, spruce trees were removed from the […]

Car accident slows down traffic this morning

May 1, 2019

Fire crews from Homer and Cortland responded this morning to a report of one car crashing into a telephone pole along Route 13 in Cortlandville, which slowed down traffic as people were heading into work. […]

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