November 30, 2021

Clark’s Market lives on

November 27, 2021

DRYDEN — After nearly 60 years in business, Clark’s Shur Fine Food Mart has been sold to new owners — but don’t worry, it’ll still be the community store you’ve come to know and love. […]

Have yourself a COVID-safe holiday

November 27, 2021

It’s been nearly two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as vaccination rates continue to rise, some holiday traditions have returned this season while others have been altered to fit COVID-19 safety […]

‘Now, hemp is my life’

November 26, 2021

SUMMERHILL — When he was a young boy, Peter Allis listened to his grandfather’s stories about the usefulness of hemp, and he has wanted to grow fiber hemp ever since. “Before it was made illegal, […]

Turkey Trot 5K to return

November 24, 2021

Although Greg Peppel moved away from Cortland years ago, he makes the trip home every Thanksgiving to visit his family and continue his tradition of running in the annual Cortland YMCA BorgWarner Turkey Trot 5K. […]

Survey targets local food waste

November 24, 2021

Seven Valleys Health Coalition has launched an online survey to learn more about food waste throughout Cortland County and will use the responses to decide how to approach change through its food rescue program. Program […]

Tips for holiday travel

November 23, 2021

If your Thanksgiving plans include celebrating out of town, be sure to inspect your vehicle, plan ahead and leave early enough to avoid peak traffic times. “Just a travel tip — Wednesday and Sunday will […]

An apple for the teacher

November 23, 2021

As a sixth-grade teacher, Kalee Updyke is no stranger to the rollercoaster of emotions that comes with the territory of middle school — especially school during a global pandemic. “I can see the sadness going […]

On the highway for holiday

November 20, 2021

If you want to be thankful on Thursday, and you’re traveling on Wednesday, make sure you check the weather, inspect the tires, plan ahead and stay cautious. AAA Western and Central New York’s Director of […]

Smokers urged to break the habit

November 19, 2021

Matt Gray has been helping people with respiratory problems for 25 years. He’s seen a few things. But most of his patients have been current or former smokers. “The best way to lower your risk […]

Sights set on Saturday

November 18, 2021

The big-game hunters this year will be younger, brighter and earlier as deer season begins, thanks in part to new rules on hunters heading to the woods. Saturday morning, nearly 600,000 licensed big game hunters […]

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