October 21, 2021

Leading the way

October 2, 2021

In Alex Mikowski’s experience, many people don’t think about using services from independent living organizations until they acquire a disability. She hopes to change that in her new role as executive director of Access to […]

‘No construction yet’

September 2, 2021

When the village of Homer began planning to build a bus shelter at 53 Main St., the project was to be completed by the end of the summer. Now, delays are making it unclear whether […]

Sidewalk fixes gain traction

April 8, 2021

Laura Eaton is a big proponent of Cortland using federal money the city received earlier this year to fix city sidewalks, especially considering her fall in October. Eaton, who walks with a cane and has […]

Cuomo pushes for $15 broadband

January 26, 2021

Homer farmer Mike McMahon spent five years pushing for Spectrum to extend broadband to his West Scott Road farm, with no luck. It wasn’t until Verizon FIOS extended into the area that Spectrum followed suit. […]

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