December 5, 2021

Cuomo declares Cortland a micro-cluster

October 20, 2020

Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared Cortland County a micro-cluster of coronavirus infection Tuesday afternoon, even as SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras came to SUNY Cortland to announce that remote-only learning at the college would be extended as […]

‘It’ll be great to say it’s over’

May 13, 2020

After nearly two months of being cooped up in lockdown, Central New York will take its first baby steps toward re-opening Friday, as manufacturing, construction, retail and other select businesses are set to resume near-normal […]

State helps farmers, but future still bleak

April 29, 2020

No farmer wants to pour perfectly good milk onto the ground, but supply chain problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic have required it. Now, however, a new state initiative may send it to hungry people. […]

Association wants to change primary day

March 28, 2020

Cards reminding people to vote in this year’s primaries and elections go out in the mail today, but election commissioners are unsure if the dates on those cards will remain the same. “Everything is up […]

New state bail reform statute leads to debate

January 11, 2020

Cortland County District Attorney Patrick Perfetti said he’s so upset with who the state’s bail reform is letting out of jail without bail that he’s telling the community who those people are. “We’re abandoning all […]

Hungry ticks are waiting for you

April 2, 2019

Experts are waiting for warm weather to begin tracking an insect no bigger than a pin head — the tick. Joellen Lampman of New York State Integrated Pest Management at Cornell University said different types […]

Taxes may rise if area villages, towns lose state funds

January 23, 2019

Cortland County residents may see property tax increases this year if the state eliminates funding to 16 Cortland County municipalities, as outlined in the governor’s proposed budget. Aid and Incentives for Municipalities funding would be […]