November 26, 2021

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 […]

Census: Population falls, diversity rises

September 11, 2021

Cortland County lost more than 5% of its population between 2010 and 2020, show the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, down to fewer than 47,000 residents. But if it hadn’t been for an […]

Cop shooter gets 35 years to life

September 10, 2021

A Cortland man convicted of shooting a police officer in March 2020 was sentenced Thursday to 35 years to life in prison in Cortland County Court. Zachary L. Clark, 28, of 12 Elm St., was […]

On the road, again

September 9, 2021

The pitter-patter of rain Wednesday hitting the leaves and ground was a stark contrast to the loud machinery of the Cortland County Highway Department crew working on Song Mountain Road in Preble. The crew was […]

Parker plan pondered

September 9, 2021

While the city of Cortland hasn’t taken any action on converting the former Parker Elementary School into an early childhood center since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cortland Common Council is mixed about […]

9/11: 20 years later

September 8, 2021

Almost 20 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Cortland Police Chief Paul Sandy remains a bit emotional. “It brings up some horrific memories of the newscasts that were going on that day and […]

SUNY pushes on jabs

September 3, 2021

Almost three-quarters of the enrolled students at SUNY Cortland have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and school officials are pushing to get all students vaccinated by the end of September. The college announced that following […]

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