October 22, 2021

BLM to counter sheriffs’ proposals in Cortland rally

July 31, 2020

Black Lives Matter plans a rally Saturday in Cortland in response to a recent news conference in Binghamton at which sheriffs’ agencies lobbied for protections for police officers, which organization leaders found offensive in light […]

Cybersecurity expert takes on incumbent in 23rd

July 31, 2020

A Penn Yan woman with experience as a cybersecurity consultant and higher education information technology work will take on an incumbent with bipartisanship experience in the Problem Solvers Caucus for the 23rd Congressional District seat […]

Evaluation set in assault case

July 31, 2020

A Preble man accused of beating a Cortland man so severely he was sent to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse for critical condition was ordered Thursday in Cortland County Court to have his mental competency […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/31

July 31, 2020

Number of confirmed virus cases still at 87 in Cortland County Cortland County reported no new confirmed COVID-19 cases Thursday, the number of confirmed cases remaining at 87 — 37 new cases since July 3. […]

The Cortland County Drug Disposal Program

July 31, 2020

Sponsored content from Cortland Areas Community That Care Many Americans are not aware that medicines in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the United States […]

2 square off for Seward’s Senate seat

July 30, 2020

The race to succeed state Sen. James L. Seward pits a farmer and agriculture administrator against an Otsego County town supervisor and business owner. Jim Barber of Middleburgh will face off on the Democratic Party […]

Cortland employers settle in for the long haul

July 30, 2020

Jackie Leaf, the executive director of Seven Valleys Health Coalition, says that over the past few months of the coronavirus pandemic, she has missed working with her eight other employees in person. “You miss that […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/30

July 30, 2020

Cortland: 87 Tompkins: 225 Cayuga: 141 Cortland County reported no new confirmed COVID-19 cases Wednesday, the number of confirmed cases remaining at 87 – 37 new cases since July 3. In all, 453 cases have […]

Report spurs new policies for C’ville fire district

July 29, 2020

The Cortlandville Fire District has adopted policies this year for purchasing statements transparency after a July audit report by the state Comptroller found the district had not provided proper evidence for more than $18,000 worth […]

Homer village to discuss Confederate flags

July 29, 2020

The Homer Village board will discuss in a future work session an ongoing issue between two Park Street neighbors, one with a Black Lives Matter flag and the other a Confederate battle flag. Mayor Darren […]

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