December 6, 2021

Homer opens up for a holiday

July 19, 2021

Never mind the drizzle. Never mind the chill. Never mind the past. Homer crawled out from underneath a pandemic on Sunday and decided to reacquaint themselves to the neighbors. Holiday in Homer drew dozens of […]

Ready to jump right in

June 2, 2021

The end of the school year is only a few weeks away, and the next stop is summer vacation. Cortland County has a variety of youth programs and events planned this summer to entertain children […]

Cub Scouts sign-up at LHNC

April 26, 2021

Dean Corbin of Cortland has no problem having two daughters in the Boy Scouts. “It’s awesome,” Dean Corbin said. “I am an Eagle Scout. I think it’s great.” Anelia, 11, and Elizabeth, 7, are members […]

Homer church repair ballot on hold

January 27, 2021

The village of Homer is delaying a referendum asking residents to allow the village to borrow a $1 million bond to fix structural problems with the Little White Church. The village voted unanimously Tuesday evening […]

Goodbye, Bellardinis

June 15, 2020

The names Harry and Mary Alice Bellardini have an important meaning in Cortland and Homer, said Homer Village Mayor Darren “Hal” McCabe. “When they were involved in something, they were really able to get more […]

Protesters march on Main Street in Homer

June 8, 2020

Reed Cleland, a member and organizer of Cortland’s Black Lives Matter group, prepared the hushed crowd at Homer’s Durkee Memorial Park for Saturday’s march. “The question I want everyone here to ask yourself: Are you […]

Homer OKs parking changes

February 12, 2020

Cathy Robinson paused Tuesday on Main Street in Homer before a three-minute errand inside the post office. “Every day, I see people parked right there, where there’s a no-parking sign,” she said, pointing down the […]

Little White Church work beginning later

November 4, 2019

It will be several months before the Little White Church Community Center opens its doors to Homer residents because the architectural plan will be handed in later than expected, delaying construction. “I think we’re probably […]