January 22, 2022

COVID remains front, center

January 3, 2022

Education changes, both local and national, created a new learning landscape in 2021 for students and educators navigating COVID ramifications, critical race theory, the sale of the Virgil school, drops in enrollment and the search […]

Starting the season

November 17, 2021

Snow blanketed Greek Peak Mountain Resort in Virgil on Tuesday as employees prepared for the opening of the ski season. “Our tentative opening is Dec. 4,” said Hannah Bistocchi, marketing manager for the ski center. […]

Country careers lead to Hall of Fame

November 14, 2021

Ed Kowalski of Virgil started playing trumpet as a youngster in his home, where his family operated a restaurant and bar. “Patrons in the bar area most likely heard my beautiful harmonic monotones (well, I […]

Bring on cider, doughnuts

September 27, 2021

Homer resident Cindy Bacheller always brought her daughter, Samantha Wyant, to Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill in Virgil for opening weekend. Now, Wyant’s own children wait in line for fresh cider and doughnuts. “Ever since their mother […]

Hollenbeck’s reopening

September 23, 2021

Customers will be invited inside Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill in Virgil for the first time since before the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday, but masks will still be required. Founded in 1933, the opening of Hollenbeck’s is […]

Truxton seniors learn about center changes

July 2, 2021

Senior citizens across Cortland County can expect big changes in their senior centers within the next few months. The county will step away from the centers, offering help with grant applications in a move that […]

Feeling like July Fourth

July 1, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic last year changed how many Cortland County Independence Day events were planned, if they occurred at all. This year, with almost half the people in Cortland County vaccinated and restrictions loosening, the […]

Blackbird Film Festival set for later this month

June 13, 2021

As a filmmaker, Sam Avery has attended many regional film fests over the years. “The experience was hit or miss,” said the SUNY Cortland media and communications professor. “Some did this well. Some did that […]

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