October 18, 2021

Making a better world

October 17, 2021

Sharyn Snyder of Cortlandville knows she has an extra family, thanks to the fellowship she’s found in the Order of the Eastern Star. “I can go anyplace in the state, find a Masonic Lodge, and […]

History on display

October 12, 2021

With one arm draped around his little sister’s shoulders, 25-year-old Marine Corps veteran Andrew Reynolds, of Endwell, listened to older veterans talk about their experiences. “It’s about the history,” Reynolds said Saturday at a Military […]

Homer extends public hearing on solar

October 7, 2021

An hour after Homer residents began debating at a public hearing Wednesday what actions the town should take and whether it should allow a payment in lieu of taxes for solar projects, including a 600-acre, […]

Cortlandville man charged in Capitol uprising

September 29, 2021

A Cortlandville man has been charged with participating in the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S, Capitol in Washington, D.C., the FBI announced. “Cortland resident Richard B. Watrous was arrested by our office for his […]

County to hire 6 contact tracers

September 24, 2021

Cortland County will hire six contact tracers to help monitor COVID-19 cases and reduce the strain on the county Public Health Department, legislators decided Thursday night. “The recent significant surge in cases related to the […]

Job fair set for Wednesday at sports complex

September 20, 2021

More than 50 businesses and employers will meet with job candidates Wednesday at the Fresh Start Fall Job Fair at the JM McDonald Sports Complex in Cortlandville. The event, 3 to 7 p.m., comes as […]

Lending A Paw

September 19, 2021

Katie Mercer didn’t want to give up the puppy her family was raising for Freedom Guide Dogs for the Blind. This particular dog, the second they were “puppy raising” for the nonprofit based in Cassville, […]

Homer approves syringe exchange program

September 16, 2021

Details are still being worked out, but the village of Homer will soon allow a needle-exchange program to help prevent the spread of disease through shared needles, reduce the number of syringes on the ground […]

9/11: 20 years later

September 8, 2021

Almost 20 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Cortland Police Chief Paul Sandy remains a bit emotional. “It brings up some horrific memories of the newscasts that were going on that day and […]

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