January 20, 2022

Deal to boost nursing

January 5, 2019

On his clinical rotations as a nursing student at Tompkins Cortland Community College, Vasyl Androshchuk has seen times when a nurse is tending to seven patients instead of the recommended four. That affects care, he […]

Early New Year’s arrival

January 4, 2019

Marcus James Field was eager to enter the world — so eager he came 28 days early, at 10:14 p.m. Jan. 1 — the first baby of the year to be born at Cortland Regional […]

Flu avoids us … so far

December 4, 2018

While influenza has been on the rise across the state, Cortland County has seen little activity in the last couple of months. But that could change. There have only been two confirmed cases of the […]

Well tests positive for E. coli in C’ville

October 16, 2018

One of Cortlandville’s town wells, which serves 4,000 customers, is shut down after water tests showed E. coli present, but residents need not worry town and county officials said Monday. Workers with Cortlandville’s water and […]

Teen drug use down

August 30, 2018

Opioid deaths in Cortland County increased to 13 last year from eight in 2016, state data show, but among youths, drug use has dropped. Cortland Area Communities That Care surveys seventh through 12th graders in […]

Lots of work, little pay

May 19, 2018

Cayla Catalano, a certified nurse’s aide at Northwoods Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Moravia, loves her job. Whether it’s helping to feed the elderly residents or helping to bath them, she enjoys helping people. But […]

You’re not alone

February 24, 2018

Suicide exists across a large age spectrum. From elementary school kids to elders in their 90s, according to Alex Huntington-Ofner, youth service director and single point of access coordinator for the Cortland County Mental Health […]

Hurricane affects CRMC

January 16, 2018

Cortland Regional Medical Center has had to change how it distributes medication to patients because of a nationwide shortage of fluids used to deliver medicine and treat dehydrated patients, but hopes that will change soon. […]

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