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CRMC explores cancer services

December 11, 2018

When Truxton resident James Greggains discovered he had prostate cancer he was given two options for treatment: drive an hour back and forth to Syracuse everyday or see a specialist in Cortland. He chose Cortland. […]

‘Shocking not to see him’

December 10, 2018

You may not have known his name or much about him, but there’s a good chance if you spent time in Cortland, you knew of Tom Hughes. Throughout the week, he would meander up and […]

Flu avoids us … so far

December 4, 2018

While influenza has been on the rise across the state, Cortland County has seen little activity in the last couple of months. But that could change. There have only been two confirmed cases of the […]

Annual First Light back on

December 1, 2018

Cortland County’s New Year’s Eve celebration is back on, but the future of events such as Chill-A-Bration and The Great Pumpkinfest remain uncertain. After Thursday’s decision by the county Legislature to give Cortland Downtown Partnership […]

Groups get some funds

November 30, 2018

Adam Megivern, executive director of the Cortland Downtown Partnership, is still unsure whether $5,000 allocated to the partnership will be enough to plan for certain events in the downtown setting like Chill-A-Bration and the Great […]

Filling a hole in Homer village

November 29, 2018

What was once a hole on Homer’s Main Street in September is now a three-story structure, but weather has slowed the overall construction of the new building. Not by much, though, as construction will continue […]

Hearing set on 2019 county budget plan

November 29, 2018

The Cortland County Legislature will consider adopting its 2019 proposed budget Thursday night, and approving occupancy tax allocations, which at the moment could result in several downtown Cortland events being canceled. Residents can comment on […]

Prescription for a healthy diet

November 28, 2018

The Cortland Regional Medical Center will have the ability next year to help families prevent diet-related diseases, such as diabetes and obesity, with the help of a $2,500 grant. The hospital will launch a free […]

Amendments to county budget endorsed

November 27, 2018

The Cortland County Legislature will consider amending its 2019 proposed budget Thursday for five funding changes, including providing funding to four tourism-related agencies. The Budget and Finance Committee had a special meeting Monday to review […]

Goodbye Chill-A-Bration, Pumpkinfest and First Light?

November 24, 2018

Cortland County’s New Year’s Eve celebration has been canceled this year, and several more events next year such as Chill-A-Bration and The Great Pumpkinfest will be as well, according to the Cortland Downtown Partnership. The […]

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