December 2, 2021

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 […]

Laying the groundwork

September 21, 2021

No timeline has been set, but work to renovate and repaint the basketball courts at Suggett Park in Cortland is tentatively scheduled to start in October, city officials said Monday. The basketball hoops and posts […]

A rollicking weekend

August 12, 2021

For 17 months — 519 mind-numbingly monotonous days — you’ve kept to yourself. The sourdough you made finally packed itself up and walked out on you to take up with the home-brewed beer. You’ve seen […]

Back to the beach

June 25, 2021

Five-year-old Cora Mackey was unfazed by the strong winds Thursday as she built a sandcastle at the Yaman Park beach in Cortland. It was the first time she had been to the beach, said Kaylie […]

Ready to jump right in

June 2, 2021

The end of the school year is only a few weeks away, and the next stop is summer vacation. Cortland County has a variety of youth programs and events planned this summer to entertain children […]

Wickwire work winds down

April 16, 2021

Renovations to the pool house at the Wickwire Pool in Cortland will be completed by the June 26 opening day, Cortland Youth Bureau Director John McNerney said Thursday. The $682,000 project, of which $407,000 is […]

Sidewalk fixes gain traction

April 8, 2021

Laura Eaton is a big proponent of Cortland using federal money the city received earlier this year to fix city sidewalks, especially considering her fall in October. Eaton, who walks with a cane and has […]

Kerosene heater suspected in fire

March 3, 2021

A kerosene heater is the likely cause of a fire Monday night at 35 Maple Ave., Cortland firefighters said, but the cause remains under investigation, even as one of the occupants suffered third-degree burns. Firefighters […]

Pandemic cost $1.6M in sports spending

February 9, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has cost the greater Cortland area nearly two-thirds of the revenue it could otherwise have expected in 2020 from the Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex in Cortlandville. After a year in which many […]

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