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Sections 3, 4 football realigned

April 28, 2020

With the anticipated start of the high school football this fall, there have been a number of changes in many of the divisions in both Section 3 and Section 4. Four teams that were part […]

Businesses can apply for federal funding again

April 28, 2020

The passage of more federal funding for small business means other business owners like Johanna Ames, who owns Ames Linen Service, can apply for help after being economically impacted by the coronavirus. Ames, a textile […]

Coronavirus briefs 4/28

April 28, 2020

County virus cases still at 32 The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cortland County remained at 32 Monday. The county last confirmed a case of coronavirus on April 16. In total, three people have […]

Virus impacts local real estate

April 27, 2020

Like other areas of the economy, real estate has taken a hit during the coronavirus pandemic and fewer people are buying properties, said Joanne Sweeney, the president of the Cortland County Board of Realtors. While […]

State commission asks for federal help

April 27, 2020

The state legislature Commission on Rural Resources has sent a letter to federal Senate officials, including House Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, asking for more economic assistance for rural New York communities like Cortland and Tompkins […]

Relief at the pump

April 27, 2020

Filling up his tank Saturday at the Circle K gas station in Tully, Stan Edinger said he was glad to see the price dip to $2.06 a gallon, but he was concerned about the implications […]

Coronavirus briefs

April 27, 2020

Cortland: 32; Tompkins: 126 Cayuga: 48 The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cortland County remained at 32 Sunday, the 11th day without a new confirmed case. In total, three people have died in Cayuga, […]

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