October 22, 2021

Ready to jump right in

June 2, 2021

The end of the school year is only a few weeks away, and the next stop is summer vacation. Cortland County has a variety of youth programs and events planned this summer to entertain children […]

Growers ready to go

June 1, 2021

After weeks of rain and rapid changes in temperature, farmers markets got started later than usual this year, but the market season has begun, and you’ll again be able to buy local produce and other […]

A taste for competition

May 30, 2021

The dining hall that was once populated by college students is now quiet, disrupted only by the occasional excited whisper. After a week of intensive cooking classes, today was when newfound skills would be put […]

Hearing set on lowering hunting age to 12

May 27, 2021

Jesse Wildman’s father introduced him to hunting when he was 14 — starting with archery equipment and graduating to firearms at 16. Nearly 20 years later, hunters as young as 12 could soon have that […]

On the path to healthier habits

May 26, 2021

DRYDEN — The lesson for Dani Alshoffe on Tuesday started miles before he got to school. He saw the environment around him; he learned the physics behind judging traffic patterns; he learned a few coping […]

Trying the tools of trades

May 24, 2021

Franco Minervini stood by the blocks of limestone, encouraging visitors to grab a tool and get a feel for his art — stone carving. He was among a half-dozen tents set up Saturday along the […]

Cortland County HOF inducts 5

May 24, 2021

Francis “Fritz” Mullen has been a staple of Cortland for decades. He worked at his father’s Main Street store Mullen Office Outfitters for more than 70 years — running the business more than 40 — […]

New trail gains foothold

May 21, 2021

Bright orange traffic cones and detour signs line Clinton Avenue near Interstate 81’s Exit 11 in Cortland. Underneath is the beginning of what will eventually be a pedestrian path, letting bicyclists and walkers travel from […]

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