January 22, 2022

Work in progress

June 21, 2020

Harrison Grant, Sr. has created a one-of-a-kind three-wheeled pedal-powered vehicle that slows down traffic in Cortland. Parked at his house, car drivers and walkers like to take photos as they go by. “There will never […]

Test of cancer leads to new perspective

June 14, 2020

Jack Carr would be working out at Anytime Fitness and his shoulder would bug him. Repeatedly. “What is this? Tendinitis? Bursitis?” he said to himself. This was last August, when Carr, a singer, actor and […]

Fundraiser goes digital with an open challenge

May 24, 2020

Joan Jacobs Brumberg of Ithaca went to her doctor for her 60th birthday physical. Everything was fine, thank goodness, but a little chat ensued with Dr. Ann Costello. The doctor said: “What would you like […]

Memories of scarcity & happiness

May 17, 2020

Betty Fish said it probably seems fantastic to someone from today’s world — to hear how she grew up during the Great Depression. “My father and mother always had a garden. Mom canned everything in […]

Foster mom looks to adopt

May 10, 2020

Krista Gillette is committed to being a single parent. A foster care mom of two children, she is also in the process of adopting an infant. “I have had a lot of people who have […]

Seniors rethink their time at home

May 3, 2020

Ruth Lewis of Homer is not a morning person, thank you very much. “I’m cranky,” she said on recent April morning — Earth Day. The wind was blowing, it was 30 degrees and the white […]

Art online

April 26, 2020

Donna Marsh of Cortland has found an oasis in the middle of Cortland, nestled in a little art shop with a handful of watercolor painters. “The class gives me a place of peace and quiet […]

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