October 21, 2021

Singing his own tune

May 23, 2021

Lynn Koch is not slowing down. The folk musician has 35 years behind him as a music teacher and is looking at his fifth year of retirement. Despite the limitations of COVID-19, he’s been productive. […]

Filling the festival void

May 10, 2021

The cars lined up along the driveway next to St. Anthony of Padua Church on Pomeroy Street in Cortland shortly before noon Saturday, extending around the corner onto Elm Street. At the beginning of the […]

A ‘community helping’

April 26, 2021

Joshua Trimm wore a backpack Saturday afternoon as he led a small group, including someone dressed in a panda bear costume and a small child carrying a big sign. It read, “Smile,” and was adorned […]

Street painting probed

March 18, 2021

Cortland Mayor Brian Tobin said Wednesday that the city will investigate a shamrock painted recently on Central Avenue in front of the St. Charles Hotel. Tobin said he was made aware of it Tuesday before […]