January 20, 2022

The Big Con

December 12, 2021

Railey Jane Savage of Lansing, a former Freeville resident, has written “A Century of Swindles: Ponzi Schemes, Con Men and Fraudsters,” a historical piece that looks at cons and heists that took place in the […]

‘Atlas Hugged’ A response to Ayn Rand

November 7, 2021

FREEVILLE — David Sloan Wilson of Freeville is all about humans working together, for the greater good, but how to promote these ideas so people pay attention? He created a fictional story to counter the […]

Freeville looks to reduce phosphorus in water

May 6, 2021

FREEVILLE — Freeville’s sewage treatment facility would need to change its phosphorus treatment plant to one based on chemicals, rather than a biological system, to meet state water quality goals for Cayuga Lake. That’s not […]

Ready for ‘whatever happens’

April 27, 2021

When Ithaca Organics owner Trever Sherman learned that this spring had been projected to be warmer than average, he laughed, considering last spring was hot and dry. “We’re pretty much prepared for whatever happens,” the […]

As the temps get warmer, ice cream sales heat up

March 29, 2021

Jillian Murphy of Cortland eyed the selections of soft serve and hard ice cream outside of Footie’s Freez on Saturday, selecting one she hadn’t tried before — a peanut butter marshmallow sundae. More than 20 […]

Still making music

February 28, 2021

Chauncey “Tink” Bennett of Homer said his band, Tailor Made, is weathering the COVID-19 storm “pretty well.” While the four member group hasn’t played live gigs, they’ve kept up a rehearsal schedule and have a […]

Coronavirus briefs 11/10

November 10, 2020

Cortland County: 10 new cases Cortland County reported 10 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Monday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 965 — 874 new cases since Aug. 21. Three people remain hospitalized. In all, […]

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