January 26, 2022

Have yourself a COVID-safe holiday

November 27, 2021

It’s been nearly two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and as vaccination rates continue to rise, some holiday traditions have returned this season while others have been altered to fit COVID-19 safety […]

Scaring up some Halloween fun

October 8, 2021

The goblins, superheroes and TV show characters will be abound again this Halloween season in Cortland County, though how and where will depend on the location. In Cortland, the traditional Halloween parade, where people wear […]

Ride for Rotary benefits history center, C4Arts

June 7, 2021

Engines revved, and hot dogs sizzled as runners stretched. Nearly 100 people — and one pooch — participated in the Cortland Breakfast Rotary Club’s 19th annual Ride for Rotary fundraiser. This year, the event benefited […]

Still making music

February 28, 2021

Chauncey “Tink” Bennett of Homer said his band, Tailor Made, is weathering the COVID-19 storm “pretty well.” While the four member group hasn’t played live gigs, they’ve kept up a rehearsal schedule and have a […]

2020 was a hard year, but people kept spirits up

January 2, 2021

In a year filled with political divisiveness, racial tensions and a deadly pandemic, 2020 could seem like an ongoing slog. Add to that canceled pastimes and outings to challenge people. But one thing remained for […]

Telethon a needed injection for nonprofits

December 5, 2020

Ty Marshal said sometimes you recognize the importance of things when you don’t have them. The executive director of the Center for the Arts of Homer, and his staff, are taking the lead in corralling […]

17 agencies await county tourism money

November 14, 2020

Although the coronavirus pandemic has canceled many events this year, Cortland County tourism agencies are figuring out new events to attract people and how to market for people’s safety. “It’s really about how you present […]

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