October 22, 2021

A hair-razing fundraiser

May 3, 2021

Ryan Card of Homer and Scott Pudney of Cortland had been waiting for this moment for 413 days. It showed. The beards on the faces of the two lifelong friends were more than 9 inches […]

Cortland County’s reopening status OK, for now

October 9, 2020

The state hasn’t indicated it would roll back Cortland County’s reopening phases or implement new restrictions yet, even though Cortland County has seen a recent increase in coronavirus numbers that a county legislator said was […]

Possible virus exposures in county rise

October 8, 2020

Cortland County announced on Wednesday four places where potential public exposure to COVID19 occurred, bringing to seven the number of such potential exposures this week and 11 since Sept. 25. That comes as the county […]

Coronavirus briefs 10/8

October 8, 2020

Cortland reports 22 new cases Cortland County reported 22 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Wednesday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 354 — 262 new cases since Aug. 21. In all, 1,046 cases have been […]

2 Cortland bars cited by state, face penalty

August 1, 2020

Two bars in the city of Cortland were cited in June by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s task force on reopening guideline violations, with both establishments facing a monetary civil penalty. “They say that we are in […]

Cortland County jobless rate could hit 20%

May 12, 2020

Red Jug Pub owner Tom Terwilliger faces what many other bars across the state face laying off people — about 42 in Cortland and more than 100 across his three locations. “This is the rarest […]

Helping kids with cancer

March 16, 2020

The Red Jug Pub in Cortland was filled Saturday during the St. Baldrick’s Foundation shaving fundraiser with the roar of people talking, music blaring and blades buzzing. That was until Luke Zuber got up on […]