January 20, 2022

Taking measures to stem coronavirus

February 27, 2020

Cortland County is ready for the spread of coronavirus, the county’s public health director said Wednesday after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a $40 million allocation to respond to the coming pandemic. “Some counties are already […]

Tillotson tops 1,000 points

February 27, 2020

MARATHON – It was a very good night for the Marathon girls’ basketball team Wednesday. Sophomore guard Brooke Tillotson scored her 1,000th career point during the sixth-seeded Lady Olympians’ 65-47 Section 4 Class D Tournament […]

Statewide plastic bag ban begins Sunday

February 27, 2020

Cashier Coral Sickmon-Lundberg was putting a woman’s groceries into single-use plastic bags Tuesday at the Tops Market in Cortlandville when the woman began asking about what options the store would offer once a statewide ban […]

Cortland, Homer girls set school records

February 26, 2020

SYRACUSE — The Cortland High girls’ 1,600-meter relay team turned in the best team performance among the local Cortland and Homer competitors at the Section 3 State Qualifier inside Onondaga Community College’s SRC Arena Tuesday. […]

Cannabis class planned at SUNY Cortland soon

February 26, 2020

Talking about cannabis, the base plant for marijuana and hemp, shouldn’t be shunned in a college setting, said Greg Phelan, chairman of SUNY Cortland’s chemistry department — so he plans to offer a class on […]

Cortland County health director to retire

February 26, 2020

Two months after Catherine Feuerherm took over as Cortland County’s Public Health director in 2009, suspected swine flu cases began popping up in Cortland. Now, as she is retiring, coronavirus is continuing its spread across […]

DeRuyter boys roll into semis; McGraw boys ousted by Lyme

February 26, 2020

The top-seeded DeRuyter boys’ varsity basketball team remained perfect as the Rockets improved to 22-0 after an 87-58 triumph over visiting eighth-seed Oriskany Tuesday night in Section 3 Class D quarterfinal round action. The seventh-seeded […]

Purple Tigers girls exit in quarterfinals

February 26, 2020

The Cortland High girls’ basketball team has prided itself on playing solid defense all season long. That was again the case Tuesday night in Shafer Gymnasium as the fourth seeded Purple Tigers held fifth-seed Whitesboro […]

Truxton Academy planning to reduce enrollment

February 26, 2020

Truxton Academy Charter school expects to reduce enrollment in 2019-20 in its charter more than 35% from what it projected for kindergarten to second grade when it opened last year, although school leaders expect long-term […]

Solar projects proposed in city, C’ville

February 25, 2020

The Cortland city planning commission got a look Monday night at what could be the city’s first ground-mounted commercial solar project. The project, backed by Source Renewables, a Greenwich, Conn.- based company, would entail a […]

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