January 20, 2022

Making a first impression

May 22, 2021

Under the piercing sun and hot weather Friday, a crew from C&S Cos. chiseled and worked on a stone entry sign at Pomeroy Street and Clinton Avenue in Cortland. That sign, part of the Gateway […]

Survey: Teens toking less

May 22, 2021

Marijuana use by students in seventh through 12th grades in Cortland County is declining, but professionals, educators and students don’t seem to know why. Fifty-one and a half percent of Cortland County students responding to […]

Dovi takes reins at DPW

May 21, 2021

Nic Dovi, the new superintendent of Cortland’s department of public works, said Thursday the city faces a lot of upcoming projects. There’s water main replacement work on Washington and North Greenbush streets, sanitary, sewer and […]

Dryden students to answer ‘roll’ call

May 21, 2021

DRYDEN — Dryden Middle School students are invited to ride their bikes to school on Tuesday and Thursday in honor of National Ride Your Bike Month, a teacher said. The program, organized by physical education […]

Cortland remains unbeaten

May 21, 2021

CORTLANDVILLE — After being stymied for six innings by Central Square starting pitcher Connor LaVigne, and allowing some brutal two-out runs to fall behind, the Cortland Purple Tigers, down to their last three outs, roared […]

New trail gains foothold

May 21, 2021

Bright orange traffic cones and detour signs line Clinton Avenue near Interstate 81’s Exit 11 in Cortland. Underneath is the beginning of what will eventually be a pedestrian path, letting bicyclists and walkers travel from […]

Coronavirus briefs 5/21

May 21, 2021

Cortland County reports 16 new COVID cases Cortland County reported 16 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, the number of confirmed cases rising to 4,478. In all, 34 new cases were reported in Cortland, Tompkins and […]

2nd hearing set on Hubbard Street

May 20, 2021

The Cortland Common Council will have a second public hearing in June for a pilot program to allow overnight street parking on Hubbard Street. The program, which had been raised and postponed last year, would […]

C’ville sets hearing on comprehensive plan

May 20, 2021

The Cortlandville Town Board will have a public hearing June 16 on the draft of the town’s updated comprehensive plan, the board decided Wednesday. The town last updated its comprehensive plan in 1978. The new […]

‘No way to get around it’

May 20, 2021

On Wednesday, the warmest day so far this month, Brad Shilliff stood in the shade pumping gas into his truck, with his assortment of lawn equipment next in line for fuel. The average price for […]

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