December 4, 2021

The politics of profanity

October 8, 2020

There’s no questioning the depth of feeling on the sign: “Flush the **** Nov. 3rd.” The “****” rhymes with third, but with a hard “T” sound. It’s not alone. That sign on North Main Street, […]

Local businesses executing plans for winter season

October 2, 2020

Outdoor seating allowed many restaurants to stay operational through the summer, even as they had to reduce indoor capacity because of the coronavirus pandemic. Winter is coming. And with it, the extra income is going, […]

Geared up for the election

September 23, 2020

Andrea Rankin taped banners to the sides of her car Tuesday morning. They read “Women’s Right to Vote 100th anniversary” and “Register to Vote!” “I’ve got to spread the word as much as possible,” she […]

Candelight vigil set to honor Ginsburg

September 23, 2020

A candlelight vigil Thursday will include 87 seconds of silence to honor 87-year-old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and to lament the pending closure of Cortland County’s Jacobus Center for Reproductive Health. Lisa Hoeschele, chief executive officer […]

Cortland official: City may borrow $2.5M

September 22, 2020

The city of Cortland may borrow up to $2.5 million to pay bills early next year after it projected losing $1.5 million in revenue because of the coronavirus pandemic, the city’s administration and finance manager […]

Restoration posed ‘challenges’

September 17, 2020

Steel beams are hung between walls of the Hopkins Block building at 83-85 Main St. in Cortland to hold the building together, repairing damage from past renovation projects and salvaging one of the oldest buildings […]

Cortland restricts curb painting

September 16, 2020

The city of Cortland Common Council approved a law Tuesday restricting the painting and marking of curbs, a move that followed controversy over displays of political and other public statements. The law, approved 8-0, will […]

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