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Local merchants set for Small-Business Saturday

November 27, 2020

Shopping local for the holidays takes a certain amount of creativity. Most of the world’s 2 billion websites aren’t going to be very helpful (as if they would be, anyhow), so as Small Business Saturday […]

Coronavirus briefs 11/27

November 27, 2020

Cortland County adds 39 cases Cortland County reported 31 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Wednesday and Thursday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 1,329. Seven people are hospitalized. In all, 3,123 cases have been confirmed […]

How to keep your pet safe during the holidays

November 25, 2020

It’s no surprise when Cortland resident Jen Foster’s almost 4-year-old dog Polly gets up on the counter looking for any food she can get her paws on. “I definitely have a dog that counter surfs,” […]

New Cortland police officers to engage with community

November 25, 2020

Cortland police officers Kristyn Drake and Joseph Saladino became police officers because they wanted to make a difference. “Law enforcement was always something I could see myself doing,” Saladino said. “I always had aspirations of […]

Homer in need of estimates on church

November 25, 2020

Work has stalled on repairing the roof to the Little White Church on Homer’s village green because few people are willing to do estimates for the work on the 188-year-old structure. “There are a few […]

Coronavirus briefs 11/25

November 25, 2020

Cortland County adds 31 cases, 7 hospitalized Cortland County reported 31 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Tuesday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 1,287. Seven people are hospitalized. In all, 3,002 cases have been confirmed […]

New education director at Lime Hollow lays out goals

November 24, 2020

Snowflakes drifted to the ground almost in slow motion Wednesday at Lime Hollow Nature Center’s Environmental Education Center off Gracie Road in Cortlandville. The only sound disrupting the stillness were children playing at the center’s […]

City of Cortland holds first police forum

November 24, 2020

Cortland’s police department needs more diversity, more community policing officers and more cops walking city neighborhoods, residents said Monday during a virtual forum on reducing racial inequalities in policing. However, its crisis intervention team and […]

Project ties up Clinton Avenue

November 24, 2020

It might be best to avoid Clinton Avenue in Cortland through the winter as contractor DDS works on gas lines along the road, which was reduced to one lane of traffic Monday. Nic Dovi, the […]

Man charged in 5 break-ins, sought in 6th

November 24, 2020

A homeless man charged in an Oct. 2 Cortland break-in was charged with second, third, fourth and fifth break-ins over the weekend, and was sought in connection with a sixth Monday morning — of a […]

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