November 26, 2021

Envirogear’s investors left holding the tab

July 27, 2020

Richard Malcolm, a Canadian inventor, came to Cortland in 1989 with a vision: to make one of the best sleeping bags in the world, capable of weathering harsh, windy conditions of up to -45 degrees. […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/27

July 27, 2020

4 new coronavirus cases reported in Cortland County Cortland County reported four new confirmed COVID19 cases over the weekend, increasing the number of confirmed cases to 85 — 35 new cases since July 3. In […]

Groton man faces charges in city shooting

July 27, 2020

A Groton man is in Cortland County Jail without bail awaiting his next court date after Cortland City police said he shot an 18-year-old man Saturday morning on Church Street. Robert S. Bailey, 39, of […]

Goodbye luxurious locks

July 26, 2020

Stephen Gilbert said good-bye to 22 inches of hair that he’s been growing for the past five years. He donated it to Wigs for Kids based in Ohio, which creates free hair pieces for children […]

City graded on open government

July 25, 2020

The city of Cortland ranked in the lower third of 20 New York communities in open government practices, reports a nonpartisan coalition on open government, which noted the city didn’t provide meeting minutes, video or […]

New Cortland High AD eager to begin

July 25, 2020

Matt Wood has admired Cortland High athletics long before he was named the Purple Tigers’ new athletic director last week. “Serving on the Girls’ Soccer State Committee and helping to run the state tournament has […]

Woman critical after stabbing in Dryden

July 25, 2020

DRYDEN — A woman who police say was stabbed by her boyfriend this morning in Dryden is in critical condition in a hospital, according to the Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office. The suspect, who police would […]

Jury: Cortland man drugged, raped woman

July 25, 2020

A 59-year-old Cortland man was convicted late Friday afternoon of four felonies for raping, drugging and imprisoning a woman in his Cortland home on May 30, 2019. Raymond Cole Jr. was found guilty of first-degree […]

Promises that didn’t pay off

July 25, 2020

Richard Malcolm was a brilliant man. No one ever questioned that. A retired major from the Canadian Air Force, Malcom held a PhD in neurophysiology from McGill University; he trained as an astronaut but never […]

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