September 16, 2021

Cortland’s COVID conflict

October 24, 2020

If the state used the COVID-19 numbers Cortland County provides each day, Cortland County would be in a “red zone,” forcing businesses to close and banning mass gatherings, according to metrics the state released this […]

State Assembly nominees face CNY issues

October 15, 2020

Summarize how you would make health-care affordable — to individuals, businesses and governments alike — in one minute. Explain how you would improve education, or help small farmers, or bring broadband internet access to the […]

SUNY Cortland goes to remote-only learning

October 5, 2020

More than 6,800 SUNY Cortland students will roll out of bed Wednesday morning and get ready to go to class. They won’t have to roll far. SUNY Cortland’s campus will be closed to all but […]

Primary elections facing changes

May 30, 2020

If you go to vote in the June 23 primary elections, you’ll notice a few things: You’re very likely not at your typical polling place. The poll watchers you’ve come to recognize might not be […]

County, Homer village furlough workers

April 23, 2020

Cortland County will lay off up to 75 of its 600 employees from May 4 to July 31 to trim an expected $5 million deficit in this year’s budget, the county announced Thursday afternoon, as […]

Cortland County to lay off up to 75 people

April 22, 2020

Cortland County will lay off up to 75 of its 600 employees from May 4 to July 31 to trim an expected $5 million deficit in this year’s budget, the county announced Thursday afternoon. “The […]

Shopping at Greek Peak

April 3, 2020

They had toilet paper, casually displayed in the wholesale box the rolls were delivered in. They had hot dogs and lettuce and corn starch and other foods, too. But Mitch Bush of Cortland settled on […]

Coronavirus doubles in Cortland

March 26, 2020

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases doubled Thursday afternoon in Cortland County, with three more cases reported to the Cortland County Health Department. While the risk to the general public remains low, the department reported, […]

Coronavirus tests negative in the county

March 9, 2020

Tests of a Cortland County resident isolated at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center last week came back negative for coronavirus, county Public Health Director Catherine Feuerherm announced Sunday. Another family remains in quarantine after returning from […]

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