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Beware of Lyme disease

July 20, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic canceling or closing many summer entertainment venues, people may be setting their sights on spending more time outdoors. And though more people may be outdoors, the risk of getting Lyme disease […]

Lime Hollow expansion work set to begin soon

July 8, 2020

It may take three or four years to clear out 100 acres of land near Lime Hollow Nature Center in Cortlandville, but Glenn Reisweber, the center’s executive director, says it will definitely be worth it. […]

Cortlandville plans to build playground

July 6, 2020

The town of Cortlandville plans to build a $150,000 disabled-accessible playground at the Gutchess Lumber Sports Park, perhaps by the end of the summer, Supervisor Tom Williams said Thursday. The money will come from an […]

Coronavirus briefs 6/12

June 12, 2020

Cortland County cases of virus remain at 45 Cortland County did not update its coronavirus data since Tuesday; the number of reported COVID-19 cases that day was 45, although the state Department of Health and […]

Open with caution, Cortland says

May 27, 2020

Brent Bishop took advantage of Monday’s warm and sunny weather to walk his dog, Karl — a black pug and spaniel mix — down Greenbush Street in Cortland. As an electrician who has recently come […]

CNY Peacemaker bike trail rolls on

May 26, 2020

Despite not having designated street markings, Cortland Mayor Brian Tobin said the city is accessible to bicyclists. “On a beautiful day like today, why wouldn’t you want to get on a bicycle and go somewhere?,” […]

The joys of clean living

April 12, 2020

Tammie Whitson likes the chemistry of soap making. “It feels magical when you put these ingredients in a pot and they come out completely different,” the Marathon woman said. She fell in love with the […]

Youths aid feathered friends

March 16, 2020

While attending camp last summer at Lime Hollow Nature Center in Cortlandville, 12 year-old Hunter Barlow of Brooktondale found a piece of wood in a wood shed and wanted to make a bird house. That […]

Finger Lakes a finalist for Frommer’s 2020

January 13, 2020

From wineries to skiing, the Finger Lakes has an activity for everyone, said Meghan Lawton, the executive director for the Cortland County Convention & Visitors Bureau, explaining why she’s pushing people to vote for the […]

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