October 18, 2021

Arbor care gets an assist

May 4, 2021

The Cortland County Soil and Water Conservation District plans to start forest management this summer at Dwyer Memorial Park in Little York with a $35,000 state grant. The grant, announced Friday — Arbor Day — […]

Bus law proposal gets 2nd look

April 28, 2021

A proposed Cortland County law that would fine owners whose vehicles passed stopped school buses was sent back to committee and is under review after concerns that not enough school districts and police departments were […]

New Cortland deputy police chief sworn in

April 27, 2021

David Guerrera was sworn in Monday as the deputy chief of the Cortland Police Department, during a brief ceremony. It follows nine years as a lieutenant, but Guerrera said he’s not done, yet. Guerrera said […]

‘More and more frequent’

April 24, 2021

When Kevin Sharp began his career as the Tioga County coroner in the 1990s, opioid-related overdose deaths were rare. More than 20 years later, about 25% of all deaths investigated in Cortland County are related […]

Legislature urged to install school bus cameras

April 23, 2021

The Marathon superintendent of schools urged the Cortland County Legislature to approve a plan Thursday night that would install cameras on school buses to catch, and fine, owners of vehicles that fail to halt for […]

Revitalizing restaurants

April 22, 2021

When the pandemic first started in March 2020, there was a concern that A.J.’s Family Diner in Cortland wouldn’t be able to stay open, said general manager Baylee Lockwood. “From all diners, we wouldn’t be […]

A few good firefighters

April 21, 2021

The Firemen’s Association of the State of New York will host the 11th Annual RecruitNY weekend on Saturday and Sunday. The McGraw and Cortland fire departments will participate. Departments across the country have seen a […]

Testing finds ticks carrying disease on rise

April 21, 2021

Around 40% of all ticks tested in Cortland County have come back positive for harmful pathogens, especially Lyme disease, according to data compiled by Thangamani labs at SUNY Upstate Medical University. Instead of travelling to […]

Battling through COVID

April 20, 2021

The Disabled American Veterans chapter in Cortland hosted an in-person chicken barbecue on Saturday at their headquarters off Owego Street to encourage social interaction for their veterans and raise money for their vans. The barbecue […]

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