October 18, 2021

‘Train guy’ returns to railway roots

March 28, 2021

Mike Brown never intended to be “the train guy” at the CNY Living History Museum. “It happened.” The Harford man, a patent attorney, retired in 2017. He’s been a volunteer at the museum for almost […]

Hard Work, Sweet Reward

March 21, 2021

Ben Hanna is not one to squander his resources. The Cortlandville man took note of a row of maple trees in his back yard when he bought his house. The 30-year-old, an engineer, decided he’d […]

Behind ‘Raise Your Voice’

March 14, 2021

SUNY Cortland’s latest show is more risky for actor Kyle Rivera. “We’re not a character,” Rivera said of the virtual musical revue students are working on. “It means more. It’s our interpretation of each topic […]

Kids go all out in NYS beef contest

March 7, 2021

What does an owl named Orphelia have to do with a burrito? That’s a question only a third-grader in Truxton Academy Charter School could answer. Jennifer Hull’s class came home with a first place win […]

Still making music

February 28, 2021

Chauncey “Tink” Bennett of Homer said his band, Tailor Made, is weathering the COVID-19 storm “pretty well.” While the four member group hasn’t played live gigs, they’ve kept up a rehearsal schedule and have a […]

Putting M in community

February 21, 2021

DeRUYTER — Joe Pullman makes it a point to get his food at the DeRuyter Big M. “I like to go,” the Truxton man said. “I like to get the Sunday paper. I always have […]

Corn Ducky Derby looking at 25th year

February 7, 2021

The guys who organize the Corn Ducky Derby at Suggett Park every year are having a ball, getting together, dealing with the elements, and getting those little plastic ducks into Dry Creek — all to […]

Cortland Mutual Aid helps local community

January 31, 2021

Monica Moore of Cortland came out to the Cortland Free Library on a freezing cold Tuesday night, to access free food and clothing from “The Really Free Market” being held there. It wasn’t a library […]

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