January 26, 2022

Refuge from the cold

January 24, 2022

It was less than 10 degrees outside Friday night — and would get down to minus-17 before dawn Saturday — but Peter Goss, a homeless man, was spared the cold. “Without this facility, there’s no […]

Community groups to serve Thanksgiving meals

November 9, 2021

Cortland’s Loaves and Fishes will serve a restaurant-style meal the week before Thanksgiving for families who may not have the means to buy or cook their own holiday dinner, or for people whose holidays would […]

Nonprofits make pitches

October 20, 2021

Requests Monday and Tuesday from nonprofit groups for federal stimulus funding included building projects at a nature center, churches, the Cortland County junior fairgrounds, a downtown Cortland music venue and the Marathon Civic Center, and […]

Turkey giveaway Sunday in Cortlandville

November 18, 2020

Jax Services at 3845 Route 281 in Cortlandville will give away turkeys Sunday to bring a little happiness this Thanksgiving, owner Sean Smith said Tuesday. “We do it because we feel it’s good to give […]

Cortland County plans for warming center

November 10, 2020

Sunny and 73 degrees, as Monday was, may not be the time people worry about cold winter nights. But they’re coming, and Cortland County officials said they are prepared to give people who need it […]

Group plans to demonstrate for BLM every Tuesday

June 10, 2020

As demonstrations against police brutality continue across the country, 30 people gathered at noon Tuesday outside Grace and Holy Spirit Church at 13 Court St. in Cortland to protest in solidarity with the Black Lives […]

Church, youth bureau vandalized

June 3, 2020

Several months after Unitarian Universalist Church officials found a swastika spray-painted on the organization’s doors, they found the letters ALM spray-painted in red on their outdoor sign Tuesday. But not just there. On the sidewalk […]