January 20, 2022

Summer meals to continue

July 7, 2020

School districts in the greater Cortland area will continue to run drive-through, grab-and-go summer meal distribution locations until the end of August. The Cortland Enlarged City School District has seven locations, while Dryden, Cincinnatus, Groton, […]

Got antibodies? Still wear a mask

July 7, 2020

Health officials caution that even if you test positive for antibodies of the coronavirus, you should continue following social distancing, hand washing and mask guidelines. “There is not sufficient evidence to indicate that having antibodies […]

Feeling the heat, finding the cool

July 7, 2020

Hayden Stage, 4, of Homer ran smiling through the splash pad at Suggett Park on Monday afternoon as the sun beat down. He stopped under one of the water sprinklers just as it dumped cold […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/7

July 7, 2020

Cortland: 50 Tompkins: 179 Cayuga: 122 Cortland County reported one new COVID-19 case Tuesday; the number of confirmed cases increased to 54. In all, 355 cases have been confirmed and four people have died in […]

Cortlandville plans to build playground

July 6, 2020

The town of Cortlandville plans to build a $150,000 disabled-accessible playground at the Gutchess Lumber Sports Park, perhaps by the end of the summer, Supervisor Tom Williams said Thursday. The money will come from an […]

Coronavirus Briefs 7/6

July 6, 2020

Cortland: 53 Tompkins: 179 Cayuga: 124 The Cayuga County Health Department reported six new cases between Tuesday and Friday, bringing the number of confirmed cases to 124. Two people have died. Cortland County reported three […]

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