November 26, 2021

203 acres for Fillmore Glen

October 28, 2020

LOCKE — The last of the season’s foliage provided a colorful backdrop of orange and red leaves as the pair walked Tuesday afternoon along a path at Fillmore Glen State Park. Andrew Van Slyke of […]

Hundreds get rapid test

October 24, 2020

Michael Murphy wore a mask as he stood in a long line Friday afternoon outside Cortland Junior-Senior High School. The line of people, generally spread at least 6 feet apart and all wearing masks, stretched […]

Kelles, McIntyre vie in 125th Assembly race

October 17, 2020

A two-term Tompkins County legislator faces a production supervisor from McGraw in the race to succeed Barbara Lifton in representing the 125th Assembly District. Anna Kelles, a Democrat from Trumansburg who serves on the Tompkins […]

Fault line over flag

October 10, 2020

GROTON — A conflict over First Amendment protections of expression and a nationwide debate over racial equality played out Friday on a small scale along Groton sidewalks as a Moravia man sold flags supporting President […]

Potential winter resurgence of COVID raises fears

September 26, 2020

Amanda Kruman of Cortland was almost a statistic: No. 6,980,352. Had there been complications, she could have been another statistic: No. 202,828. Those are, respectively, the number of people in America who have been infected […]

A centennial of suffrage

September 12, 2020

A century ago, women were largely relegated to the sideline of U.S. political life. They could hold public office — a woman was elected mayor in 1887 of Argonia, Kansas, population about 360 — but […]

C’ville law enforcement of signs questioned

August 7, 2020

After several Cortlandville residents complained Wednesday night about citations they received for political signs in their yards, Cortlandville’s town attorney said he has sought legal advice about the constitutionality of the ordinance. Kathleen Fitzgerald of […]

Cortlandville bans guns from town property

August 6, 2020

The Cortlandville Town Board voted Wednesday to ban firearms on town-owned properties — with the exception of law enforcement personnel — following a hearing at which residents differed on whether the public would be more […]

C’ville solar plan: 2 farms, 10 megawatts

August 6, 2020

A Colorado-based solar power developer hopes to build two side-by-side 5-megawatt solar power farms off Bell Crest Drive in Cortlandville, near St. Mary’s Cemetery. A representative of the developer met Tuesday for the first time […]

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