October 22, 2021

Virus spike at SUNY

September 24, 2021

A recent spike of COVID-19 cases at SUNY Cortland is a function of expanded testing and the numbers are expected to drop, college officials said Thursday. President Erik Bitterbaum issued a statement this week saying […]

Clinton Avenue project

September 22, 2021

Work on Clinton Avenue in Cortland to replace aging infrastructure and repave the road is on schedule to be mostly complete by November while other work continues, a city official said. Sanitary sewer lines and […]

Laying the groundwork

September 21, 2021

No timeline has been set, but work to renovate and repaint the basketball courts at Suggett Park in Cortland is tentatively scheduled to start in October, city officials said Monday. The basketball hoops and posts […]

Go for the Gold in Homer supports Special Olympics

September 18, 2021

Daryle Jennings was on top of his game Friday morning, going from car to car, greeting people and handing out coupons at the Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through line in Homer. Jennings, a Homer athlete who participates […]

Disrespecting the elders

September 18, 2021

Laura Eaton, of Cortland, is no stranger to attempts of elder abuse or mistreatment. Eaton said she has been the target of many attempts by scam artists to get money. She has been lucky not […]

Petition seeks vote on Gutchess park contract

September 16, 2021

The Cortlandville Town Board ordered its attorney to review a petition calling for a referendum on a contract that would require the expansion of Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex, but stopped short Wednesday night of officially […]

Cleanup, repairs on track

September 15, 2021

Work to repair damage caused by a hillside collapse that closed a Preble road last week could finish today with further mitigation work potentially finishing by the end of the week. Cortland County Highway Superintendent […]

Ahead of the curve

September 14, 2021

Yellow school buses rumbled down Pendleton Street in Cortland on Monday, delivering kids home after a day of school. It’s a common sight during the school year, but districts across the country have struggled to […]

City, county working to redraw districts

September 14, 2021

With the recent release of data from the 2020 U.S. Census, including the drop in population, the city of Cortland and the Cortland County Legislature will be working on redrawing district boundaries in the upcoming […]

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