September 28, 2021

Bail reform not going as planned

June 26, 2021

If the man Cortland police arrested looked familiar that night, it was because he had been arrested three times in just a few weeks. It was May 18, 2020, and police found the homeless man […]

Library collecting stories of COVID experience

June 24, 2021

Laurie Seamans of Cortland found COVID-19 brought about feelings of constant waiting: waiting for doctors to return phone calls; waiting for updated guidelines; waiting for news of how many more people were sick. As part […]

Village of Homer hires 3 police officers

June 23, 2021

The Homer village board voted unanimously Tuesday to hire two full-time and one-part time police officer to fill vacancies dating back to September. Officers Jacob Brester, Sarah Cresap and Andrew Malone will fill vacancies created […]

Annual Seedstock music festival canceled

June 17, 2021

When Seedstock first came to Cortlandville, Layah Cullip was 17. She had attended small concerts in a park and on Main Street in Cortland, but never a music festival. Being from Cortland, Cullip noted the […]

Coffee shop to close

June 17, 2021

The owners of CoffeeMania will close the doors of Origins, its dine-in coffee shop in Homer, and plan to open a drive-through kiosk about 100 yards away, the owners said Wednesday. The drive-through property, near […]

Region to host Special Olympics in 2022

June 15, 2021

The Special Olympics New York State Summer Games are scheduled to be held in Ithaca next year and Cortland County expects business at hotels and restaurants, a representative said. Nearly 2,000 athletes and coaches are […]

Cortland’s Mike Dexter to receive citizenship award

June 11, 2021

See a well-trimmed tree in Cortland? You might thank Mike Dexter. City’s Water Works well-decorated? Thank Dexter. Someone to help plant elm trees at Cortland High School? Dexter. Dexter, a lifelong Cortland resident, will receive […]

Dairy Day modified, but not canceled

June 11, 2021

DRYDEN– Dryden’s 38th annual Dairy Day will be modified this year to avoid social gatherings while maintaining some tradition, an organizer said. Although funds raised are limited this year, Dairy Day will still feature a […]

Photographer looks to put faces on overdoses

June 10, 2021

Greater Cortland area people and agencies are working with a Washington, D.C.-based photographer to capture and share stories related to overdose. Since the start of the year, more than 40 overdoses have been reported by […]

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