October 18, 2021

Still making music

February 28, 2021

Chauncey “Tink” Bennett of Homer said his band, Tailor Made, is weathering the COVID-19 storm “pretty well.” While the four member group hasn’t played live gigs, they’ve kept up a rehearsal schedule and have a […]

Black history runs deep in Cortland County

February 27, 2021

The story of Black history in the greater Cortland area is a conflict of progressive ideals against human realities. A Black pastor led an all-white church, but faced racism. An interracial and coeducational school had […]

Fire destroys home in Lapeer

February 27, 2021

A house fire Friday destroyed the 150-year-old home that 80-year-old Larry Allen was born and raised in on Clarks Corners Road in Lapeer. The fire was reported at 8:54 a.m. When Cortlandville Fire Department arrived […]

Coronavirus briefs 2/27

February 27, 2021

Cortland County reports 11 new COVID cases Cortland County reported 11 new confirmed cases of COVID- 19 Friday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 3,677. In all, 31 new cases were confirmed in Cortland, […]

Second-half spurt propels Cincy boys

February 26, 2021

The Cincinnatus Lions had a strong second half, James Lucey had more than one reason to celebrate and the Homer Trojans slowed down the Brooke Tillotson show. BOYS’ BASKETBALL Cincinnatus 49, Otselic Valley 39 Cason […]

Purple Tigers rout Auburn start to finish

February 26, 2021

CORTLAND — The Cortland Purple Tigers avenged Monday’s nail biting loss to the Auburn Maroons with a resounding 58-40 win in their rematch Thursday night at Cortland High. Three players scored in double figures for […]

Cuomo gives nursing homes OK to open

February 26, 2021

Nursing homes across the state may finally see visitors today — but not the Elizabeth Brewster House in Homer. Brewster and other assisted living facilities statewide can’t open until they get direction, which was supposed […]

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