September 16, 2021

SUNY rally backs more aid

March 4, 2020

When SUNY students leave school as much as $35,000 in debt, and sometimes choose between buying books and buying groceries, and when schools are cutting programs and staff to keep the students on campus — […]

Needles found in Cortland Halloween candy

November 1, 2019

A Cortland woman found sewing needles Friday in two packages of candy that her children collected Halloween night, Cortland police said Friday evening. In one package, a needle was found outside the candy and plainly […]

Hundreds without electricity in wake of storm

November 1, 2019

More than 540 utility customers remained without power this morning as 37 separate power outages dotted the greater Cortland area and utility crews worked to restore it after a Halloween storm bringing 1.8 inches of […]

Swastika, other graffiti downtown

October 29, 2019

The swastika painted on the side of the Unitarian Universalist Church on Church Street in Cortland had been painted over by Monday afternoon. Two doors to the east, Steven D. Besler had sprayed cleaner and […]

Tenney seeking rematch in 22nd

October 1, 2019

So, Anthony Brindisi, are you game for a rematch? Claudia Tenney has announced her candidacy to take back the Congressional seat she lost to Brindisi in 2018. “Upstate New York deserves a representative who will […]

Hochul reviews downtown revitalization progress

September 26, 2019

Lt Gov. Kathy Hochul strolled Wednesday down Main Street in Cortland as Mayor Brian Tobin updated her on a $10 million state investment in the urban core. Expect stakeholder meetings to begin within a couple […]

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