January 23, 2022

Cortland extends win streak at Oswego’s expense

January 22, 2022

The Cortland girls basketball team kept things rolling Friday evening, winning its eighth straight game by defeating Oswego for the second time this season, 56-33. The win pushes the Purple Tigers’ record to 10-2, and […]

Electricity from effluent

January 21, 2022

Four years ago, the city of Cortland spent $145,000 a year on electricity for its wastewater treatment plant. Today, utilities will pay Cortland for the electricity that plant generates. Methane captured from the effluent the […]

DeRuyter blitzes McGraw

January 20, 2022

The DeRuyter boys basketball team won its seventh straight game to move to 9-1 with a 72-27 victory over McGraw Wednesday night at McGraw High School. This was DeRuyter’s sixth consecutive win over McGraw, with […]

Learning to a new beat

January 20, 2022

Angela Lang’s career as a music teacher is already launching as she prepares a slideshow lesson for her modern band class at Cortland Junior-Senior High School on K-Pop — pop music created in South Korea. […]

COVID tests in hot demand

January 18, 2022

The temperature hovered around 5 degrees Saturday afternoon, with a wind chill of minus 12, as Cortland County officials distributed nearly 2,000 COVID-19 test kits to residents winding their way up the hill to the […]

Cortland wins 6th straight

January 15, 2022

The Cortland girls basketball team extended its win streak to six games with a tough 49-42 win over visiting Fulton Friday night. “That is a tough team, for sure,” Cortland head coach Janice Meyer said. […]

Sorenson, Neff win at Caz Invitational

January 10, 2022

High School Wrestling Sam Sorenson continued his unbeaten season for Homer by winning the 215-pound weight class at the Cazenovia Invitational Saturday. Jeter Neff also took first place in the 145-pound weight class. Sorenson got […]

City to foreclose on Apex site

January 6, 2022

The city of Cortland will foreclose on an abandoned industrial site on Cleveland Street and work to get it back on the tax rolls, and producing jobs and products once again, Mayor Scott Steve said […]

Purchasing pot

January 5, 2022

The deadline to opt out of allowing marijuana dispensaries has come and gone, and now participating municipalities must consider where to allow retail and consumption sites. Nine of the 19 municipalities in Cortland County opted […]

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