October 26, 2021

CSD voters OK budget

May 19, 2021

Sue Guido walked along the outside of the Kaufman Center on Tuesday after voting in the Cortland Enlarged City School District annual budget and Board of Education candidates. For her, voting is an annual event. […]

Cortland Mutual Aid helps local community

January 31, 2021

Monica Moore of Cortland came out to the Cortland Free Library on a freezing cold Tuesday night, to access free food and clothing from “The Really Free Market” being held there. It wasn’t a library […]

Cortland Free now offers listening service via phones

January 4, 2021

Cortland Free Library Director Jen Graney recognized the pandemic has left people in Cortland, especially older residents or residents with underlying health conditions, isolated from others and unable to do things they previously enjoyed. This […]

Lego club at library a chance for children to explore

January 6, 2020

The robot 9-year-old Eli Donlick helped program whizzed forward before knocking out a Lego man on a swingset and crashing into other structures during Saturday’s For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Lego League […]

$372K raised for nonprofits

December 6, 2019

Santa came to town early this year. A fundraising drive to help local nonprofits raised $372,000 for 40 organizations. Announced at a Thursday breakfast at the Cortland Country Club, the fundraising effort was this year’s […]

Author Coville in Cortland

October 3, 2019

Two organizations are collaborating — The Arts at Grace Series, and the Cortland Free Library — to bring children’s author Bruce Coville to Cortland for a story telling hour 3 p.m. Oct. 13 at Grace […]