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Bagel shop reopens after worker gets virus

May 27, 2020

New York Bagel owner Sandro Mironti shoved most of the café’s furniture to the side so nobody could touch it. Every hour, he or an employee goes from the front door to the bathrooms in […]

Who are the mask police?

May 4, 2020

When Bill Fortin went shopping last week at the Cortlandville Walmart, he was horrified at the number of people not wearing face masks in the store — about 20% of shoppers, he said. As he […]

Primary voting changes highlight safety

April 10, 2020

With the decision to push back the presidential primary to June 23, commissioners of the Cortland County Board of Elections have made safety a top priority for everyone involved. “It’s absolutely necessary with this pandemic […]

Stay active, take part in YMCA’s virtual 5K

April 10, 2020

The COVID-19 quarantine handcuffs most sports, most outdoor competitions and most public social interactions. But nobody has said you can’t go out for a walk or run to escape a case of cabin fever. And […]

Cortland to enforce social distancing

April 8, 2020

The city of Cortland is small enough that its mayor can drive around, roll down his window and talk to residents about the need for social distancing. That’s the approach city officials would prefer to […]

College suspends student who broke virus rules

April 7, 2020

SUNY Cortland students face immediate interim suspension if they violate social distancing rules, according to an email college President Erik J. Bitterbaum sent students, and one student has already been suspended. In the same March […]

Shopping at Greek Peak

April 3, 2020

They had toilet paper, casually displayed in the wholesale box the rolls were delivered in. They had hot dogs and lettuce and corn starch and other foods, too. But Mitch Bush of Cortland settled on […]

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