October 27, 2021

SUNY to mandate vaccinations

May 14, 2021

SUNY Cortland freshman Ubense Rivera said Thursday he was vaccinated against COVID-19 but his classmates who aren’t will need to be by the start of the fall semester if they hope to take in-person classes. […]

Potential winter resurgence of COVID raises fears

September 26, 2020

Amanda Kruman of Cortland was almost a statistic: No. 6,980,352. Had there been complications, she could have been another statistic: No. 202,828. Those are, respectively, the number of people in America who have been infected […]

City joins wastewater coronavirus test

June 1, 2020

Cortland County has a new way to track novel coronavirus infections, thanks to a Syracuse University program that tests wastewater for coronavirus RNA. Two basic types of coronavirus tests exist — one that tests whether […]

Cortland County health director to retire

February 26, 2020

Two months after Catherine Feuerherm took over as Cortland County’s Public Health director in 2009, suspected swine flu cases began popping up in Cortland. Now, as she is retiring, coronavirus is continuing its spread across […]