January 22, 2022

Seniors in Preble hope to start their own center

November 2, 2021

Preble resident Sue Wright didn’t give much thought to senior centers while she was working full-time, but now that she’s retired, she’s looking forward to her town starting its own grant-funded senior program. “There is […]

Lining up shots for kids

November 2, 2021

Cortland County parents can contact their children’s pediatrician or other healthcare providers to get their children aged 5 to 11 vaccinated against COVID-19, Cortland County Health Department officials said Monday. The county is also working […]

Halloween at the Hollow

November 1, 2021

DRYDEN — Easton Massaro, 6, gently hugged a soft, beige bunny to his chest, calling to his mom to show off his new friend. “Look at how much she loves me,” he said. Jessica Massaro, […]

Hands-on Halloween

November 1, 2021

Four-year-old Luke Pendock concentrated on his paintbrush hovering just above a pumpkin the size of his head. He had an array of colors to choose from and intended to use them all. Amanda Pendock, of […]

Weed and the workplace

October 30, 2021

Recreational marijuana is legal in New York, but that doesn’t make its use an appropriate workplace activity, so while the state prohibited employers earlier this month from testing employees for cannabis use, bosses can still […]

Changing their minds?

October 29, 2021

A committee of the Cortland County Legislature will meet Tuesday to reconsider a plan to create a special taxing district to maintain Little York Lake following opposition at a public hearing earlier this week. Legislator […]

Don’t wait for holiday deliveries

October 29, 2021

Bob Haight has a solution to those supply chain problems that mean a 45% longer wait for Christmas gifts delivered from overseas: Buy local. “It’s a big topic and it’s definitely impacting us here in […]

To fill or not to fill

October 27, 2021

The rising price of gas — among the highest prices since 2014 — means Aidan Mayglothing doesn’t go home as much. It’s too expensive. Mayglothling, a SUNY Cortland sophomore from Massapequa, said the spike in […]

Healthy deer just look hungry

October 26, 2021

Sarah Michaels has always cared for the city of Cortland’s deer, but when she saw injured fawns and skinny deer this fall, her care turned to concern. “I never can remember, all the years I’ve […]

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