October 18, 2021

Congressional redistricting: How does it work?

September 18, 2021

One might expect Tim Perfetti and Connie White to disagree often. Perhaps they do; White is the Cortland County Republican chairwoman; Perfetti is her Democratic counterpart. But they agree Cortland County is best served when […]

Homer opens up for a holiday

July 19, 2021

Never mind the drizzle. Never mind the chill. Never mind the past. Homer crawled out from underneath a pandemic on Sunday and decided to reacquaint themselves to the neighbors. Holiday in Homer drew dozens of […]

Former Pall president revealed as hospital benefactor

April 7, 2021

For three months, the question lingered over construction of Guthrie Cortland Medical Center’s new cancer treatment facility: Who was the anonymous donor who gave a $1 million matching grant toward the facility? Nicholas Renzi, of […]

Rain turns winter to wet in a hurry

December 27, 2020

Cortland County woke Christmas morning to a choir of sump pumps and a symphony of overflowing stream banks as temperatures that topped 50 degrees Thursday, followed by rain, melted more than a foot of snow […]

Where is Bedford Falls?

December 24, 2020

Nearly 75 years on, the movie is hauntingly familiar. We’ve run with George Bailey down Main Street, wishing the world a Merry Christmas. We’ve gone sledding near an ice-covered river, driven past a cluster of […]

Safety a key ingredient

December 23, 2020

Tim Armstrong wiped down the counter and mixer Tuesday at East Side Bakery in Cortland. The No. 1 safety tip in baking cookies, he says? “Cleanliness,” he said, giving another wipe to the mixer. He’s […]

Local merchants set for Small-Business Saturday

November 27, 2020

Shopping local for the holidays takes a certain amount of creativity. Most of the world’s 2 billion websites aren’t going to be very helpful (as if they would be, anyhow), so as Small Business Saturday […]

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