October 22, 2021

Nurses recount working in NYC COVID-19 wards

June 9, 2020

While the greater Cortland area has so far been largely spared the ravages of COVID-19, five area health professionals have seen the worst of the pandemic up close. These five — four nurses and a […]

State shuts down spring sports

May 2, 2020

LATHAM — In accordance with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement Friday that New York schools will be closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the school year, the New York State Public High School Athletic […]

Making adult-use pot legal remains NY issue

April 20, 2020

The state Legislature will convene later this year, but whether they’ll discuss legalizing adult use of marijuana, a measure removed from the state’s budget package earlier this month, is undetermined, said Darren “Hal” McCabe, executive […]

Homer nurse volunteers in Manhattan

April 14, 2020

Emily Crumb, 27, is a nurse from Homer, a 2010 Homer Central High School alumna. Crumb graduated last year with a nursing degree from SUNY Morrisville and started work as a registered nurse last May. […]

Ramping up road safety

March 11, 2020

They’re not paying attention. That is what many constructions workers, bike riders and pedestrians say is one of the biggest reasons motorists hit people riding, working or walking in roadways. “They’re on their electronic devices […]

Marijuana proposal aims to help farmers

February 12, 2020

Marijuana could become legal in New York this year, but the form that legislation takes has yet to be determined. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is “all in on this. He wants to get this done,” […]

Lt. Gov. lobbies for budget plan at SUNY

February 6, 2020

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul said Wednesday the revitalization of downtown Cortland is bringing about a new spirit of optimism for the city and helping to keep young residents from leaving. “When I was growing up, […]

Cortland, Marathon still on state ‘stress’ list

February 3, 2020

For the third consecutive year, the Cortland Enlarged City School District has made a state comptroller’s list of financially stressed school districts. The Marathon Central School District made the list for a second year, according […]

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