October 18, 2021

A ‘community helping’

April 26, 2021

Joshua Trimm wore a backpack Saturday afternoon as he led a small group, including someone dressed in a panda bear costume and a small child carrying a big sign. It read, “Smile,” and was adorned […]

Tobin picks Sandy as next police chief

March 9, 2021

Cortland Mayor Brian Tobin announced Tuesday night that he will nominate Deputy Police Chief Paul Sandy as the city’s next police chief. Sandy was one of two finalists, along with Lt. David Guerrera, to succeed […]

Police await surveys

February 17, 2021

Homer Village Police Chief Robert Pitman said Tuesday he is looking forward to the results of community surveys of the police department’s operation and suggestions to improve the agency. But his department has already gotten […]

Snow blankets region

February 4, 2021

Cody Salisbury of Homer gently pushed his 3-year-old son, Baylor, from the top of a sledding hill at Beaudry Park in Cortland on Wednesday, taking advantage of more than 20 inches of snow that had […]

Cortland County plans vaccine clinics

January 12, 2021

Guthrie Cortland Medical Center is awaiting COVID-19 vaccine to inoculate people age 75 and older and essential workers, a hospital official said Monday. Michael Scalzone, chief quality officer for Guthrie, said in a Zoom interview […]

Front-line health workers get vaccines

December 31, 2020

The day before Christmas, Stacey Dean, a nurse at Family Medicine in Cortlandville, anxiously awaited her turn at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center. She was among the Guthrie employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, made available […]

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