November 26, 2021

Summerhill man shares insights on cultivating hemp

September 1, 2020

SUMMERHILL — Hemp has been a part of Peter Allis’ family for generations, the 62-year-old Summerhill resident said. “My parents were the only ones who didn’t grow hemp,” said Allis, 62, of Summerhill. Until the […]

Girl Scout takes on project in Freeville

August 16, 2020

FREEVILLE — Painting a room doesn’t seem like much of a challenge for Laura Krebs. But for the 18-year-old Freeville woman: “It was a whole new experience.” The Dryden High School graduate made a deal […]

2 school districts object to state citations

August 12, 2020

Two greater Cortland area school districts said Tuesday they have been improperly cited for not submitting reopening plans to the state following an announcement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday. Superintendents from the Cortland Enlarged […]

Coronavirus briefs 5/20

May 20, 2020

Cortland County cases of virus remain at 40 Cortland County reported no new cases COVID-19 on Tuesday, the number remaining at 40. In total, 254 cases have been confirmed and three people have died in […]

Volunteers set up mini pantries

May 8, 2020

Out of work, out of money, out of food. As the pandemic lockdown grinds on, more greater Cortland area residents find themselves on the brink of going hungry. But charities have also been stepping up […]

Harvest time for hemp farmers

October 24, 2019

If you’ve made the drive between Cortland and Dryden recently, you may have noticed that a certain fragrant something has disappeared: a big field of green stuff that looks and smells like marijuana — but […]

Dryden rail trail task force awarded $1.5M

April 25, 2019

DRYDEN — The town of Dryden and Dryden Rail Trail Task Force members will start designing plans and writing proposals for bids for three trail projects after receiving $1.5 million state grant that would cover […]

1 2 3