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A plan for the future

August 31, 2021

The town of Cortlandville could soon adopt its first comprehensive plan in more than 40 years, though implementation may take more time, a town official said Monday. The plan — which provides recommendations and guidance […]

City faulted for $135K in benefits, vacation time

August 31, 2021

Eleven years after the state Comptroller’s Office criticized the city of Cortland for inadequate oversight of vacation and leave time — spending about $150,000 without council approval — the state again criticized the city for […]

Coronavirus briefs 8/31

August 31, 2021

Cortland County tops 5,000 cases Cortland County reported 44 new cases of COVID 19 from Saturday to Monday, bringing the total number of cases to 5,009. Tompkins and Cayuga counties reported 110 new cases Monday. […]

Groups donate essentials to students

August 30, 2021

Casey Avery chatted with her sons while they waited their turn — excited to see what was in the give-away bags at this year’s back to school prep event. Volunteers searched through a room full […]

A get-together in Groton

August 30, 2021

GROTON — The whizzing of carnival rides, the hum of dirt bike engines and country music sounded Saturday across Main Street in Groton. Families were lured by the aroma of funnel cake and chicken barbecues […]

Ex-legislators honored

August 30, 2021

In thanking former state Sen. James Seward and Assemblyman Gary Finch for their service to Cortland County, former Cortlandville Town Attorney John Folmer shared three rules Sunday all politicians should follow. Citing former U.S. Speaker […]

Coronavirus briefs 8/30

August 30, 2021

Cortland County adds 30 cases Cortland County reported 30 new cases of COVID 19 on Friday, the last day figures were released, bringing the total number of cases to 4,965. Tompkins and Cayuga counties reported […]

Microd club makes racing accessible

August 29, 2021

Alex “A.J.” Burgess said he’s won three microd races in his eight seasons competing. “I have never been one of those guys that had to be the winner,” the 65-year-old said. It was about being […]

County OKs 2 new health department hires

August 28, 2021

Cortland County legislators approved the creation and hiring of two new positions for the Health Department, to be funded by federal COVID-19 grants for the first two years. The full-time positions of public health nurse […]

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