January 22, 2022

Patience, respect urged as students move in

August 25, 2021

As SUNY Cortland students move back into residence halls this week, they will have until Sept. 27 to get fully vaccinated and provide proof of documentation or could forfeit classes, according to a statement Tuesday […]

Former Apex factory demolished

August 25, 2021

Against the background of buildings cut open, a lone excavator carried debris Tuesday at the site of the former Apex Tool Group facility between Cleveland, River and East Garfield streets in Cortland. Demolition of the […]

More talks on trail set

August 24, 2021

Further discussions will be needed between local officials and property owners before work can begin in Cortlandville on a half-mile trail to connect Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex to trails in and around Lime Hollow Nature […]

Weary of the woodchucks

August 24, 2021

It was a little over a month ago when Angela Wilde walked out into her driveway in Cortland and saw a family of woodchucks hanging out near a neighbor’s trash can. Shocked at the sight […]

Courts going in at complex

August 21, 2021

Work on creating two horseshoe courts and a bocce ball court at Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex will likely start and finish within the next couple of weeks, a Cortlandville official said. The Cortlandville Town Board […]

C’ville approves program for needle exchange

August 20, 2021

Details still need to be worked out, but Cortlandville will soon allow a needle-exchange program to help reduce the number of syringes on the ground and help prevent the spread of disease through shared needles. […]

Vigil to remember those who OD’d

August 18, 2021

Spencer Michael O’Gorman was 22 years old when he died of an overdose in 2017, his father, Dean O’Gorman said Tuesday. Dean O’Gorman said he didn’t then recognize the signs that his son was addicted […]

Partying? File COVID protocols

August 18, 2021

Beginning Aug. 25, hosts of events with 50 or more people in Cortland must complete a COVID protocol application after the Cortland Common Council passed a resolution Tuesday. The resolution — endorsing an executive order […]

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