January 18, 2022

Hands-on Halloween

November 1, 2021

Four-year-old Luke Pendock concentrated on his paintbrush hovering just above a pumpkin the size of his head. He had an array of colors to choose from and intended to use them all. Amanda Pendock, of […]

History on display

October 12, 2021

With one arm draped around his little sister’s shoulders, 25-year-old Marine Corps veteran Andrew Reynolds, of Endwell, listened to older veterans talk about their experiences. “It’s about the history,” Reynolds said Saturday at a Military […]

Cortland County HOF inducts 5

May 24, 2021

Francis “Fritz” Mullen has been a staple of Cortland for decades. He worked at his father’s Main Street store Mullen Office Outfitters for more than 70 years — running the business more than 40 — […]

‘Train guy’ returns to railway roots

March 28, 2021

Mike Brown never intended to be “the train guy” at the CNY Living History Museum. “It happened.” The Harford man, a patent attorney, retired in 2017. He’s been a volunteer at the museum for almost […]

17 agencies await county tourism money

November 14, 2020

Although the coronavirus pandemic has canceled many events this year, Cortland County tourism agencies are figuring out new events to attract people and how to market for people’s safety. “It’s really about how you present […]

Cortland County cuts $72k in 2020 operations costs

November 30, 2019

Melissa Bramley and Josh Bartholomew of Cortland hunted in Lime Hollow Nature Center on Wednesday for their Christmas tree with their sons, 9-year-old Jack and 5-year-old Finn. “The educational programs are outstanding,” Bramley said. Jack […]