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County considers help with design of senior hub

September 11, 2021

Cortland County is considering hiring a consultant to plan renovations for its planned centralized senior center hub in the city of Cortland. The county knew it needed to knock down walls to open up the […]

County broadband plan coming in weeks

September 9, 2021

Cortland County will lay out a plan by the end of the month to expand broadband service, including more than 400 miles of rural roads. However, six years may pass before the project is completed, […]

County employees offered comp time payout

September 8, 2021

Four Cortland County Health Department managers racked up more than 700 extra hours of work during the coronavirus pandemic. They were paid more than 26% of the $63,000 bonus paid to employees from the American […]

1890 Union Fair is a last gasp of summer

September 7, 2021

Labor Day weekend isn’t your last chance for a dose of fun before summer ends. Coming Saturday, Marathon’s small-town fair will take you back in time, complete with a horse-drawn parade. Marathon’s 1890 Union Fair […]

How do you like them Apples?

September 7, 2021

LOCKE — Eleven-year-old Evan Chaddocks smiled wide as he held out his 11-pound bag of apples Saturday afternoon. “We took a ride and enjoyed this beautiful day,” he said. “This is officially, for me and […]

A dream for Dwyer

September 4, 2021

Walking along Little York Lake, it may be hard to imagine a gazebo once sat right on the water, where you’d be greeted by the sounds of families picnicking, children playing and music flowing from […]

Getting a promotion

September 3, 2021

Ella DiIorio began her work with the Cortland Housing Authority nearly 16 years ago, and she will soon be its newest executive director — a responsibility she says she’s more than ready to take on. […]

C’ville continues syringe exchange program

September 3, 2021

Cortlandville will continue a needle exchange program, the town board has decided, over the objections of the Cortland County district attorney. Last month, the town board approved the decision to have a mobile exchange vehicle […]

‘No construction yet’

September 2, 2021

When the village of Homer began planning to build a bus shelter at 53 Main St., the project was to be completed by the end of the summer. Now, delays are making it unclear whether […]

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