December 6, 2021

Nonprofits make pitches

October 20, 2021

Requests Monday and Tuesday from nonprofit groups for federal stimulus funding included building projects at a nature center, churches, the Cortland County junior fairgrounds, a downtown Cortland music venue and the Marathon Civic Center, and […]

A fruitful endeavour

August 17, 2021

It’s the tail-end of blueberry season, but thousands of fresh berries needed to be picked. Instead of letting the harvest fall off to rot on the ground, volunteers spent all day Saturday picking the best […]

Boy Scouts looking for members again

April 21, 2021

Cub Scout leader Brandon Dorsett, said his Pack 80 troop in Cortland, went from 36 kids to two because of the pandemic. He’s eager to get the word out that the Boy Scouts are meeting. […]

Nonprofits face state funding cuts due to virus

August 20, 2020

Seven Valleys Health Coalition expects a 26% reduction in a state grant it receives every year, but Executive Director Jackie Leaf said the organization will continue the work it does normally. She hopes. “At this […]

Woman gets hand from friends

July 19, 2020

Katharine Griffith’s life took a dramatic turn when her Houston, Texas house was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey three years ago. “It was rain more than the wind,” the Cortlandville woman said. “The hurricane wiped everything […]