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Coronavirus briefs 9/25

September 25, 2020

Cortland County cases reach 209 Cortland County reported one new confirmed COVID-19 case Thursday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 210 — 118 new cases since Aug. 21. In all, 821 cases have been […]

Chiefs: Transpro report not worth cost

September 24, 2020

A $127,000 strategic assessment of Cortland County’s government operations found nothing new, two department heads said Wednesday, a day after the county released the report. “Nothing is new in this report and this is what […]

Agency in talks to save Jacobus programs

September 24, 2020

Family & Children’s Counseling Services is talking with Cortland County officials about how community organizations might take over some services provided by the Jacobus Center for Reproductive Health, which closes later this month. “There has […]

Coronavirus briefs 9/24

September 24, 2020

Cortland County cases of coronavirus reach 209 Cortland County reported two new confirmed COVID-19 cases Wednesday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 209 — 117 new cases since Aug. 21. In all, 818 cases […]

Geared up for the election

September 23, 2020

Andrea Rankin taped banners to the sides of her car Tuesday morning. They read “Women’s Right to Vote 100th anniversary” and “Register to Vote!” “I’ve got to spread the word as much as possible,” she […]

Candelight vigil set to honor Ginsburg

September 23, 2020

A candlelight vigil Thursday will include 87 seconds of silence to honor 87-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and to lament the pending closure of Cortland County’s Jacobus Center for Reproductive Health. Lisa Hoeschele, chief executive officer […]

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