October 22, 2021

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 […]

A rollicking weekend

August 12, 2021

For 17 months — 519 mind-numbingly monotonous days — you’ve kept to yourself. The sourdough you made finally packed itself up and walked out on you to take up with the home-brewed beer. You’ve seen […]

Helping to build a brand

July 23, 2021

Karen Sanyshyn of Cortland looked over the corn Thursday in the front foyer of Anderson’s Farm Market in Homer. It had been grown at Diescher’s Farm in Cortlandville. She routinely seeks local foods. “It helps […]

Seven Valleys receives $185K in grants

May 15, 2021

The $185,000 Seven Valleys Health Coalition got in grants announced this week will help people get, cook and eat fresh produce; help them with transportation and a variety of other services linked to their health. […]

Local organizations receive grant funding

March 31, 2021

Access to Naloxone, the overdose-reversing medication, can be difficult in more-rural parts of Cortland County but with a $5,000 grant, Cortland Area Communities That Care will work to create kiosks to address the problem. “We […]

County tells Seven Valleys it’s looking other places

October 9, 2020

Seven Valleys Health Coalition officials were surprised to hear Cortland County will seek requests for proposals from other agencies to provide mobility management services, which the nonprofit has been providing since 2009. “My first and […]

Nonprofits face state funding cuts due to virus

August 20, 2020

Seven Valleys Health Coalition expects a 26% reduction in a state grant it receives every year, but Executive Director Jackie Leaf said the organization will continue the work it does normally. She hopes. “At this […]

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