December 1, 2021

Homer extends public hearing on solar

October 7, 2021

An hour after Homer residents began debating at a public hearing Wednesday what actions the town should take and whether it should allow a payment in lieu of taxes for solar projects, including a 600-acre, […]

History, step by step

August 1, 2021

Daltyn Busby of McGraw said it’s crazy that McGraw was the site of a New York Central College, a revolutionary school that had Black people and white, men and women, learning side by side in […]

Part of rail trail unveiled

May 11, 2021

The sound of gently rushing water, birds singing and cars driving in the distance filled the air Monday along the Gee Whiz Rail Trail in McGraw. While no signs are posted marking the entrance, village […]

Cortland County: Amid virus spike, curb activities

October 20, 2020

Cortland County leaders asked residents to curtail their daily activities because of a recent spike in COVID19 cases. “It’s those small parties, non-essential activities, unnecessary trips to the store, or just connecting with people you […]

Time remains to complete 2020 Census

September 4, 2020

Remembering to complete the 2020 Census hasn’t been easy, given everything that’s happened this year — just ask Willet Town Supervisor and farmer Sandy Doty, who hasn’t filled his out yet. “I’m just as guilty […]

Virus on rise locally

July 18, 2020

When Cortland city tattoo artist Josh Payne tested positive for the coronavirus, he immediately shut down the shop and called everyone he came into contact with. “It sucks,” said Payne who owns the Alchemist Art […]

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