October 28, 2021

Doubly blessed

December 19, 2020

When the coronavirus pandemic forced the closure of the Cortland Repertory Theatre in March and canceled all productions, the theater had to get creative, said Kerby Thompson, the producing artistic director. Socially distant performances like […]

Telethon a needed injection for nonprofits

December 5, 2020

Ty Marshal said sometimes you recognize the importance of things when you don’t have them. The executive director of the Center for the Arts of Homer, and his staff, are taking the lead in corralling […]

Sisterhood of the Traveling Broom

December 8, 2019

Ruth Lewis of Homer was awe struck at the parade at the Groton Old Home Days. She hadn’t gone in years and wanted to see old friends. The summer parade was a revelation. “All of […]

$372K raised for nonprofits

December 6, 2019

Santa came to town early this year. A fundraising drive to help local nonprofits raised $372,000 for 40 organizations. Announced at a Thursday breakfast at the Cortland Country Club, the fundraising effort was this year’s […]

$55K infused into Cortland

May 2, 2019

CORTLAND — The Central New York Community Foundation has awarded $55,000 in the second year of its Cortland County Bright Ideas grants to 11 nonprofit organizations. This is the most awarded so far in Cortland […]