January 20, 2022

BLM coordinator says her family was harassed

October 22, 2020

Melissa Kiser was out running errands Saturday when her phone blew up with calls from concerned neighbors, she said Wednesday. The neighbors told her people in three trucks sporting Back the Blue and Trump flags […]

Stone Lounge reopening

July 22, 2020

When the Stone Lounge opens in August, it will be under new ownership, which plans to ensure measures are in place to make sure no underage drinkers make it inside the establishment. “It’s a matter […]

Heading into neighborhoods

June 24, 2020

Jesse Abbott sat at one end of a folding table Tuesday morning between the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Marketplace Mall in Cortland, chatting with Tom Larson. They discussed sports, lacrosse in particular, and […]

Building a better relationship

June 16, 2020

No one more than a good cop hates a bad cop, said Cortland Community Oriented Policing Officer Jesse Abbott. This is more so true now with the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man […]

Group paints over graffiti in Cortland

June 15, 2020

Editor’s note: This story was updated to reflect more detail about the nature of the graffiti It was about two weeks ago that Douglas Withey, the owner of Cortland’s W2O Operator Training Group, LLC noticed […]

Local agencies prepare for safe holiday weekend

May 21, 2020

Despite all of the changes brought into the world during the coronavirus pandemic, members of local law enforcement and safety agencies in Cortland County will be on the lookout to make sure Memorial Day weekend […]

Cortland police file grievance against city

March 25, 2020

The Cortland police union has filed a grievance against the city for allegedly violating the terms of its collective bargaining agreement, according to an email to the mayor and city aldermen from the city law […]

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