December 5, 2021

Community groups to serve Thanksgiving meals

November 9, 2021

Cortland’s Loaves and Fishes will serve a restaurant-style meal the week before Thanksgiving for families who may not have the means to buy or cook their own holiday dinner, or for people whose holidays would […]

As temps fall, costs rise

October 22, 2021

Winter is coming, even if this past week has felt more like spring or summer. With winter comes cold. This year, though, as temperatures drop, the price of heating sources is expected to increase — […]

A fruitful endeavour

August 17, 2021

It’s the tail-end of blueberry season, but thousands of fresh berries needed to be picked. Instead of letting the harvest fall off to rot on the ground, volunteers spent all day Saturday picking the best […]

Sharing naloxone know-how

February 25, 2021

The red Salvation Army emblem glistened in the sun Wednesday behind Jacqueline Allen as she handed out bags containing white and pink naloxone nasal sprays to passers-by in Cortland. Members of Cortland Area Communities That […]

Annual Route 90 garage sale draws crowds

July 27, 2020

Except for people wearing masks, Saturday’s Route 90 Garage Sale in Homer could be mistaken for a large sale any other year. The annual sale connected garage sales along the route from Montezuma to Homer […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/14

July 14, 2020

Cortland County’s number of virus cases rises to 61 Cortland County reported one new confirmed COVID-19 case Monday, increasing the total number of confirmed cases to 61. In all, 377 cases have been confirmed and […]

New ways to meet needs

March 26, 2020

As one of two members of United Way for Cortland County, Executive Director Christella Yonta doesn’t have to worry about social distancing. “I’m by myself in this office so I’m not at risk to anybody,” […]

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