December 2, 2021

Community baby shower in Cortland helps new moms

October 18, 2021

Homer resident Hana Aghababian, 27, is starting the third trimester of her first pregnancy and her friend Sarah Epplin, 26, of Tully, is only a few weeks behind her. The Cortland YMCA’s community baby shower […]

Looking back at Cortland

October 18, 2021

Huddled under umbrellas, a half-dozen people listened closely as City of Cortland Historian Kate O’Connell shouted to be heard over the sound of pouring rain and Main Street traffic. The weather may not have been […]

Finding an ARP formula

October 16, 2021

Emily Roberts looked down Friday afternoon at Bella, a 1- or 2-year-old pitbull mix that had recently been picked up as a stray by the Cortland Community Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The […]

Veterans memorial park upgrades nearly complete

October 14, 2021

They’re waiting for just a few more plaques to arrive, but veterans expect the renovated Cortland County Veterans Memorial Park to be completed in time for their Veterans Day ceremony next month. Calling the project […]

Cortland County proposes $142M budget for ’22

October 13, 2021

Editors’ note: This report has been updated to correct an error regarding reserve funds. Cortland County’s taxpayers can expect to spend 2.3% more in property taxes under a 2022 Cortland County budget introduced Tuesday, a […]

Truxton senior center reopens

October 12, 2021

Truxton resident Mary Ann Gotie wasn’t too interested in the old senior center, but when she found out the seniors were using grant funding to design their own programs, she was on board. “I’m very […]

History on display

October 12, 2021

With one arm draped around his little sister’s shoulders, 25-year-old Marine Corps veteran Andrew Reynolds, of Endwell, listened to older veterans talk about their experiences. “It’s about the history,” Reynolds said Saturday at a Military […]

Cortland Standard, X101 set to host debates

October 9, 2021

The Cortland Standard and X101 radio station will sponsor and host a pair of debates between candidates for Cortland mayor and Cortlandville supervisor. “We were approached by the county Democratic and Republican Party chairs because […]

Homer extends public hearing on solar

October 7, 2021

An hour after Homer residents began debating at a public hearing Wednesday what actions the town should take and whether it should allow a payment in lieu of taxes for solar projects, including a 600-acre, […]

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