January 20, 2022

Bracing for biting temps

February 9, 2021

Gail Neely of Newfield walked briskly Monday down Court Street in Cortland after picking up a police report. She was bundled head to toe in extra layers. “I have on my very heaviest sweater I […]

Transportation for vaccinations

February 9, 2021

Tompkins and Cortland counties are working on ways to provide transportation for people who have coronavirus vaccine appointments, officials said. “Transportation options have not all been finalized, but our transportation partners are working on methods […]

Feeling all sorts of stress

February 6, 2021

Being a nurse or frontline healthcare worker comes with a number of stressors already. Mix in the coronavirus pandemic and you’re in the bull’s eye for additional stress. Guthrie Cortland Medical Center Nursing Supervisor Charles […]

Recycling to ramp up

February 5, 2021

In December 2019, Linda Falter didn’t know what to expect with Cortland County’s changes to recycling, but she said her hauler, Leach’s Custom Trash Removal, provided educational material. “It’s routine now,” she said, that is […]

County housing survey to finish this month

February 3, 2021

Homer Deputy Mayor Pat Clune has had his hands full rehabilitating his historic home on Main Street. This week, he came head to head with a heating issue that’s had him racking his mind for […]

Cookies made with love, thanks

February 3, 2021

Erin Peppel carefully placed dollops of red velvet cookie mix with white chocolate chips onto a piece of wax paper resting on baking pans in her Monday in the kitchen of her Cortlandville home. More […]

Police, emergency medical workers honored

February 2, 2021

Three Homer police officers, two TLC Emergency Medical Services employees and a state police investigator were recognized Monday for saving lives, while a former Homer police officer was honored for attending to a wounded police […]

County joins C’ville mining fight

January 29, 2021

The Cortland County Legislature is following Cortlandville’s lead to fight Cortlandville Stone and Gravel’s planned mine expansion — a battle that has been reinvigorated after the Department of Environmental Conservation announced it found no potential […]

Nourish NY program expands

January 29, 2021

The line of cows dipped their heads Wednesday and began chewing on feed as farmer Paul Fouts of Fouts Farm in Groton pushed the food closer to their stalls. Fouts was happy to hear that […]

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