January 20, 2022

Doodlebugs parade through Preble

June 28, 2021

Doodlebug: Look it up. It’s a classic time-waster; it’s a World War II German missile; a self-propelled rail car; an oil diviner; one of a family of woodlice. But to these guys, a doodlebug is […]

County creates panel on $9M spending

June 25, 2021

The Cortland County Legislature created an advisory committee Thursday night of the chairs of all its standing committees to suggest ways the county can spend $9 million in federal money from the American Rescue Plan. […]

Keeping the herbs alive

June 23, 2021

The colonial herb garden at Dwyer Memorial Park is getting some TLC from a group of gardeners set on restoring the site and installing educational resources for each plant in the plot. Members of the […]

Juneteenth draws hundreds to mark freedom

June 21, 2021

Waterfalls cascaded off the sides of the tent Saturday where 200 people huddled to celebrate Juneteenth — the official recognition of Black American emancipation and the newest federal holiday. Music and laughter echoed across Cortland’s […]

Senior centers seek new ways to stay open

June 18, 2021

Communities across Cortland County are developing plans to run senior centers as the county considers consolidating its centers into one facility. Alice Barned, 84, of Cortlandville, has volunteered at the Homer senior center for years […]

Job fair scheduled next week at college

June 17, 2021

Whether you’re looking for a career in engineering or retail, administration or medical care, you could find your next job at the Back2Work Job Fair. The Cortland Works Career Center and its partners are hosting […]

1 16 17 18 19 20 21