January 20, 2022

Still going strong

December 29, 2021

Gift cards and the allure of after- Christmas sales brought Kathy Roe and her daughter Abigail to Main Street in Homer on Tuesday from Hallstead, Pennsylvania — 60 miles away. Carrying a pile of clothing, […]

Pop-up event in Cortland puts focus on buying local

December 4, 2021

The lobby of the Experience Cortland office on Main Street in Cortland was transformed Friday into a marketplace and showcase for locally made products, including art, jewelry, desserts and beauty products during the first of […]

A double-bogey for golf courses

April 15, 2020

The state can close golf courses all it wants, or needs, to reduce the spread of coronavirus: The greens still need to be mowed. In a couple of weeks, when the soil temperature tops 50 […]

Keeping occupied

March 30, 2020

Joan Lowie has been searching for ways to keep herself occupied and entertained during the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s tough,” she said Saturday. “We like to get out and about a lot. But you’ve got to […]

Food map to serve as guide to local fare

March 25, 2019

The idea behind a new Seven Valleys Health Coalition project is simple — use a map to link everywhere in Cortland County where residents and tourists can buy local foods. Thus the Cortland County Food […]

Cider mill heats up

July 6, 2018

VIRGIL — People may be used to getting doughnuts, pies and other goodies from Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill in Virgil during the fall. Well, now they’re in luck because the business is now open for the […]