October 23, 2021

Bus service maintained

January 25, 2019

Seven Valleys Health Coalition staff members wept and hugged in the hallway Thursday night after Cortland County legislators voted on severing ties with the coalition’s mobility management program. They were tears of joy. The Legislature […]

60 inmates evacuated from jail

January 25, 2019

The Cortland County Jail was evacuated Thursday because a huge leak flooded the facility, causing extensive damage, Cortland County Sheriff Mark Helms said Thursday night. Sixty inmates were evacuated, leaving just two in usable cells, […]

Questions if mobility plan goes to county

January 24, 2019

Cortland County legislators will consider transitioning the mobility management program from Seven Valleys Health Coalition to the county Planning Department today, but no plan exists yet for a transition, the planning department director said. The […]

Taxes may rise if area villages, towns lose state funds

January 23, 2019

Cortland County residents may see property tax increases this year if the state eliminates funding to 16 Cortland County municipalities, as outlined in the governor’s proposed budget. Aid and Incentives for Municipalities funding would be […]

How Cortland is staying healthy

January 17, 2019

In the closing statement of the 2019 Cortland Counts community forum Guthrie Cortland Medical Center President Mark Webster asked the crowd of more than 60 people: “What’s on your to-do list?” His question mirrored the […]

‘We’re moving along’

January 14, 2019

If Homer residents were to walk through the front door of Homer Town Hall to pay their taxes, they would be surprised at what they see: nothing. Where the offices would normally be toward the […]

Hospital affiliation is official

January 11, 2019

In a simultaneous motion, dozens of Cortland’s hospital employees held up their new white, purple and gold name tag, which now reads Guthrie Cortland Medical Center. The moment Thursday marked the completion of the affiliation […]

Farm brewery OK’d in Homer

January 9, 2019

After a swift discussion and approval Tuesday night, Homer Town Board Member Barry Warren called for Homer resident Jason Kristof to begin making beer at his approved farm brewery. Kristof has been waiting for the […]

Government shutdown poses potential for pain

January 8, 2019

Cortland County organizations and municipalities are running as normal amid the federal government shutdown, but if it continues many could be left without needed funding. The partial shutdown is on its third week with no […]

‘Day-to-day job’

December 29, 2018

There was a loud metallic clank and the door to cell block A opens. Inmates, dressed head to toe in orange, except for their white socks, exited their cells and turned their attention to the […]

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