December 2, 2021

Rub-a-Dub-Dub, racing in a tub to return

July 24, 2021

MORAVIA — If you can’t find bathtubs for your next renovation project, you might want to wander over to Fillmore Glen State Park next month. You’ll see them barreling down the path, chased by people […]

Helping to build a brand

July 23, 2021

Karen Sanyshyn of Cortland looked over the corn Thursday in the front foyer of Anderson’s Farm Market in Homer. It had been grown at Diescher’s Farm in Cortlandville. She routinely seeks local foods. “It helps […]

Weary of the wet weather

July 22, 2021

The cut hay is rotting in the field; over-watered crops mean lower yields, weather experts recommend you have an evacuation plan if you live in flood prone areas and you can’t mow your lawn fast […]

More than the uniform

July 20, 2021

Long before he was an officer in the hallways of Cortland’s schools, Rob Reyngoudt was once a student roaming the same halls he now keeps safe. Reyngoudt has been the Cortland Enlarged City School District’s […]

Vietnam memorial restoration gets boost

July 19, 2021

Music filled the air — laughter, too — as dozens of people gathered Saturday on behalf of 20 men now forever silent. It was a fund-raising concert to refurbish a Vietnam memorial at Courthouse Park […]

100-mile tribute

July 19, 2021

GROTON — Dozens of people stood along the sidewalks of Main Street in Groton, American flags in hand, silent as they listened closely. Unsure at first if the rumbling they heard was more thunder, they […]

‘A lot of people out here’

July 17, 2021

It had been nearly a year since Kay Harvey saw her friends. She held back the tears, but not the hugs. It’s one of the biggest benefits of a senior center — particularly in rural […]

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