October 25, 2021

Envirogear’s investors left holding the tab

July 27, 2020

Richard Malcolm, a Canadian inventor, came to Cortland in 1989 with a vision: to make one of the best sleeping bags in the world, capable of weathering harsh, windy conditions of up to -45 degrees. […]

Promises that didn’t pay off

July 25, 2020

Richard Malcolm was a brilliant man. No one ever questioned that. A retired major from the Canadian Air Force, Malcom held a PhD in neurophysiology from McGill University; he trained as an astronaut but never […]

2nd Amendment sanctuary push spreads across US

June 13, 2020

First Solon, then Truxton, now Cincinnatus. In the past three months, the three towns have passed laws that would prohibit the enforcement of future state gun regulations in those towns. What does this mean? Why […]

Cincinnatus board approves gun measure

June 12, 2020

Cincinnatus became on Thursday the third town in New York to adopt a law that would defy future state gun regulations, following Solon and Truxton. The town board unanimously approved the law, following a public […]

Second KIK worker tests positive for virus

June 12, 2020

A second KIK Custom Products worker has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to a June 8 internal company memo. The unidentified second-shift employee, who has not been at the plant since May 28, […]

Common Council OKs new outdoor seating areas

June 11, 2020

The Cortland Common Council unanimously passed a resolution during a special meeting Wednesday night authorizing the creation of four outdoor seating areas for downtown restaurants. The resolution creates outdoor seating: In the pocket park at […]

Wickwire work on track

June 11, 2020

The pandemic lockdown in New York put the kibosh on many construction projects across the state, but at least one anticipated local project — the renovation of the Wickwire pool house at Suggett Park — […]

Group plans to demonstrate for BLM every Tuesday

June 10, 2020

As demonstrations against police brutality continue across the country, 30 people gathered at noon Tuesday outside Grace and Holy Spirit Church at 13 Court St. in Cortland to protest in solidarity with the Black Lives […]

Special meeting on outdoor seating tonight

June 10, 2020

The Cortland Common Council has scheduled a special meeting tonight to vote to open outdoor seating locations in alleys, streets and parking lots downtown. The proposal would create outdoor seating: In the pocket park at […]

Cuomo extends election mail-in deadlines

June 9, 2020

Did you forget to turn in your school district election absentee ballot? No need to run it to the district office by 5 p.m. today — you can still mail it in. District officials will […]

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