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NYSEG pulls plug on project

May 3, 2019

For almost a year, Joe Mastriano has lived a stressed-filled life in Truxton. It was caused by the idea that New York State Electric & Gas would run a 68.5-mile, 345-kilovolt power line from National […]

City to get 70 new trees

May 1, 2019

This week will kick off citywide tree planting in Cortland. One spot in the city is designated an Arbor Day planting area — south Church Street. Two weeks ago, spruce trees were removed from the […]

Car accident slows down traffic this morning

May 1, 2019

Fire crews from Homer and Cortland responded this morning to a report of one car crashing into a telephone pole along Route 13 in Cortlandville, which slowed down traffic as people were heading into work. […]

First full summer for new city playgrounds

April 30, 2019

Following a rat problem at Dexter Park in Cortland last year, the playground has since reopened with new mulch. “It opened last Friday afternoon, April 19,” John McNerney, director of the Cortland Youth Bureau, said […]

A growing phenomenon

April 27, 2019

Graham Savio and his wife, Emily Baker, are no stranger to farming. However, just 14 months ago they decided to start their own farm — Conrad Hill Farm — centered around two types of tree […]

City gets funding to clean up brownfield

April 26, 2019

The city of Cortland has received funding to begin implementing a clean up plan at a former manufacturing site, unused for almost half a century, that dates back to the 1800s on the city’s south […]

Brindisi speaks up at Cortland meeting

April 24, 2019

Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) sat Tuesday morning with the editorial board of the Cortland Standard for a free-for-all discussion on topics including the Mueller report and infrastructure improvements. It was a brief stop before heading […]

‘One day a year is not enough’

April 22, 2019

Parker Roberts is geared up for Earth Day today and one event at Lime Hollow Nature Center later this week. This Sunday, a community-wide event is organized to get people out and help clean up […]

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