December 2, 2021

Parker sale approved; school budgets pass

June 17, 2020

Cortland school district voters approved on Tuesday selling the former Parker Elementary School to the city of Cortland, even as they approved a $50.17 million budget, the district announced Wednesday afternoon. Voters largely approved school […]

Eight local student-athletes honored

June 16, 2020

Section III Athletics honors its member schools and their top senior athletes that excelled both in the classroom and on the playing field. A total of eight local student-athletes were honored by Section III in […]

2nd Amendment sanctuary push spreads across US

June 13, 2020

First Solon, then Truxton, now Cincinnatus. In the past three months, the three towns have passed laws that would prohibit the enforcement of future state gun regulations in those towns. What does this mean? Why […]

Cincinnatus board approves gun measure

June 12, 2020

Cincinnatus became on Thursday the third town in New York to adopt a law that would defy future state gun regulations, following Solon and Truxton. The town board unanimously approved the law, following a public […]

Coronavirus briefs 5/18

May 18, 2020

Cortland: 39 Tompkins: 139 Cayuga: 68 Cortland County reported no new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, remaining at 39 cases. In total, three people have died in Cayuga, Tompkins and Cortland counties. The Cortland […]

Regents canceled; options weighed

April 13, 2020

After the June Regents exam was canceled last week by the state Department of Education, school districts in the greater Cortland area have been discussing what comes next. “This was a difficult decision for Commissioner […]

From canvas to quilts

April 5, 2020

Artist Marilyn Esbin Belford’s creative prowess debuted in 1935 when she was just 3 years old. She traced a picture of a child on the headboard of her toddler bed and colored it in. Later, […]

Cincy OKs solar plan moratorium

March 14, 2020

The Cincinnatus Town Board approved Thursday a six-month moratorium on the construction of commercial solar projects, giving the board time to formulate a law to regulate them. The vote was 4-0, with board member Jonathan […]

Solar projects proposed in city, C’ville

February 25, 2020

The Cortland city planning commission got a look Monday night at what could be the city’s first ground-mounted commercial solar project. The project, backed by Source Renewables, a Greenwich, Conn.- based company, would entail a […]

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