September 16, 2021

Man pleads guilty in $500,000 safe theft

July 21, 2021

A list of criminal charges accumulated over the last couple of years was wrapped up Tuesday when the defendant suddenly admitted guilt in Cortland County Court. Santo Oliver initially rejected a plea agreement from the […]

Homer sketches plan for $10M DRI grant

July 15, 2021

Homer village board member Ed Finkbeiner looks at a block of century-old buildings along the east side of Main Street and sees not only the village’s past, but its future. Two years after the village […]

Hospital outlines redesign of Alvena Ave.

July 13, 2021

As sketches of the proposed redesigned parking lots for Guthrie Cortland Medical Center rested Monday on two easels nearby under a large white tent, officials explained the project and answered questions from about 20 neighbors. […]

Groton man sentenced in fatal hit-and-run

July 10, 2021

A Groton man was sentenced Thursday to up to 12 years in state prison after admitting to being the driver in a hit-and-run accident that killed a Cornell University professor in May 2020. Jeffrey Skinner […]

Cop shooter convicted on all counts

June 28, 2021

A jury convicted a Cortland man on all 12 counts Monday evening for shooting a city of Cortland police officer in March 2020 as the officer responded to a report of a domestic violence incident […]

Jury seated in cop-shooting case

June 22, 2021

A jury was seated Monday in the trial of a Cortland man accused of shooting a city police officer three times in the leg in March 2020 when the officer responded to a dispute at […]

Byrne plans new Cortland store

June 16, 2021

A proposed Byrne Dairy convenience store at Port Watson and River streets in Cortland has raised concerns about potential affects on the environment and neighboring businesses. The plan by Sonbyrne Inc. to build a Byrne […]

Homer finalizes chicken proposal

June 4, 2021

The Homer Town Board has agreed on a compromise plan to allow landowners in residential zones to keep chickens and other fowl, under certain conditions, without the need for a special use permit or variance […]

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