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Parks a top accomplishment

December 22, 2021

After an unprecedented five terms as mayor of Cortland, Brian Tobin will leave office in a few days. As he looks across the city, the biggest accomplishment he sees: the parks. Tobin, 50, has spent […]

Safe holiday travel

December 22, 2021

Alejandra Vazquez and her family pulled into a parking space Tuesday morning at Interstate 81’s Preble rest area for a much-needed break to stretch their legs after 5 hours of driving. “I have a cousin […]

Coronavirus briefs 12/22

December 22, 2021

3-county region adds 214 cases Cortland County confirmed 30 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, bringing its total to 7,688 cases since March 2020. Tompkins and Cayuga counties reported 184 new cases Tuesday, and two deaths, […]

Homes for the holidays

December 21, 2021

This year, the Cortland Community SPCA has seen a jump in pet adoptions in February and July, and adoptions have steadily increased since August with a high of 35 adoptions in November — and they’re […]

$5K buoys Niver’s ark

December 21, 2021

Seven-year-old Eli Niver loves all sorts of animals: his two cats, his aunt’s two horses, his grandparents’ cows. He wants to be a veterinarian. So when he saw the chance, he gave a village an […]

Coronavirus briefs 12/21

December 21, 2021

3-county region adds 764 cases Cortland County confirmed 103 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, Sunday and Monday, bringing its total to 7,658 cases. Tompkins and Cayuga counties reported 661 new cases Sunday and Monday, as […]

Main Street project to start in spring

December 20, 2021

A $5 million plan to rebuild Main Street in Cortland, replace the infrastructure beneath it, and convert it to two-way traffic will go to bid soon, the mayor said, with construction expected to start next […]

Ready for the reindeer

December 20, 2021

Oatmeal, glitter and cookie sprinkles — a recipe fit for hungry magical beings traveling the world on Christmas Eve, and 6-year-old Preston Ellis made it Saturday. “Me and Mommy have a reindeer feeder,” said Preston, […]

She’s got it covered

December 20, 2021

Thirteen-year-old Natalie Funk was between rolls of paper and ribbons on her right and presents on her left as she offered to wrap for others who couldn’t Saturday afternoon at Access to Independence in Cortland. […]

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