September 28, 2021

Work on Vietnam Veterans Memorial nearly done

September 17, 2021

After months of fundraising and construction, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Courthouse Park in Cortland is nearly back to its original glory. Before the renovation began, slabs of the monument’s granite siding were hanging on […]

Cortland ceremony honors victims of 9/11 attacks

September 13, 2021

Dressed in a toddler-sized firefighter costume, complete with a hat and his name on the coat, 2-year-old Huxley Reynolds joined members of the Cortland Fire Department Saturday at Courthouse Park in Cortland to honor the […]

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 […]

2 projects progress

August 26, 2021

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Courthouse Park in Cortland had fallen into disrepair over the decades, but now it’s only a few weeks away from a whole new look. Before work began, slabs of granite […]

Vietnam memorial restoration gets boost

July 19, 2021

Music filled the air — laughter, too — as dozens of people gathered Saturday on behalf of 20 men now forever silent. It was a fund-raising concert to refurbish a Vietnam memorial at Courthouse Park […]

City’s Vietnam memorial gets Tenney’s support

July 14, 2021

With the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Courthouse Park in Cortland in disrepair — with slabs of granite sidings loosely hanging on and names fading — Rep. Claudia Tenney said Tuesday it’s crucial to resurrect the […]

Juneteenth draws hundreds to mark freedom

June 21, 2021

Waterfalls cascaded off the sides of the tent Saturday where 200 people huddled to celebrate Juneteenth — the official recognition of Black American emancipation and the newest federal holiday. Music and laughter echoed across Cortland’s […]

Photographer looks to put faces on overdoses

June 10, 2021

Greater Cortland area people and agencies are working with a Washington, D.C.-based photographer to capture and share stories related to overdose. Since the start of the year, more than 40 overdoses have been reported by […]

A ‘community helping’

April 26, 2021

Joshua Trimm wore a backpack Saturday afternoon as he led a small group, including someone dressed in a panda bear costume and a small child carrying a big sign. It read, “Smile,” and was adorned […]

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