December 2, 2021

Kidnap suspect extradited from Pennsylvania

April 2, 2021

A Watertown man accused of kidnapping a woman and her 18-month-old daughter was returned Thursday to Cortland from Pennsylvania, where he has been arrested, and was to be arraigned today. Jeremy L. Flowers, 34, of […]

Legal pot brings revenue, equity opportunities

April 1, 2021

A bill Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law Wednesday legalizing recreational use of marijuana for people over 21 will bring social equity and tax revenue to Cortland County, said Allan Gandelman, founder and president of […]

Masks still advised for those vaccinated

March 30, 2021

Although 16.6% of Cortland County is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, residents are still advised by the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to abide by state guidelines — social distancing and mask wearing. Tom […]

As the temps get warmer, ice cream sales heat up

March 29, 2021

Jillian Murphy of Cortland eyed the selections of soft serve and hard ice cream outside of Footie’s Freez on Saturday, selecting one she hadn’t tried before — a peanut butter marshmallow sundae. More than 20 […]

The roots of reform

March 27, 2021

Since the first recorded import in 1619 of captured Black people by Portuguese slavers from what is now Angola to colonial Virginia, America has dealt with racism: the legal and systemic racism of slavery, Jim […]

Bridge work awaits OK

March 26, 2021

DRYDEN — Dryden Mayor Michael Murphy plans to rehabilitate a bridge on Lewis Street responsible for downtown flooding. The project, approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is pending approval from the state Department […]

Defendant takes plea in assault

March 26, 2021

Brian S. Sanders of Preble pleaded guilty Thursday to assault in a plea agreement stemming from a 2019 attack on a man on Main Street in Cortland that brought an attempted murder indictment. Sanders pleaded […]

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