October 18, 2021

TC3 child care opens

August 28, 2019

DRYDEN — Outside Tompkins Cortland Community College’s new child care center on Tuesday, workers dumped dirt. A pile of wood chips stood ready to be spread. There was no lawn. Inside, boxes sat in hallways […]

Aiming to improve

August 2, 2019

Tim Jones pulled the trigger on the red and black Glock Model 22 several times in quick succession and returned the handgun to a safe position. Sheriff’s officers looked over his target — a man […]

Sales-tax revenue gets a lift

July 31, 2019

With people buying more so far this year, and Cortland County taking a larger share of sales tax revenue, the county government has $450,000 more than it had last year at this time. Shoppers in […]

Flash floods wash over Cortland area

June 20, 2019

Flash floods were reported in spots across the Greater Cortland area last night and this morning, and a flash flood watch continues through 6 p.m. today, the National Weather Service at Binghamton reports. Route 221 […]

Cold, wet and weary

June 19, 2019

Your feet feel like you’ve been splashing in puddles, even though you’ve learned to avoid them. You don’t know whether to wear a sweater because it’s cold, or a Hawaiian shirt because it’s muggy. A […]

A seat at the table for all

June 3, 2019

The scents of soups — bean and ham, tomato basil and chili — wafted past the tables and weaved their way into the conversations Sunday evening in downtown Cortland. It was a casual evening with […]

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