December 2, 2021

Winter resorts stay busy

February 1, 2021

For Carrie Chavez and her family, skiing this winter has provided a good way to have fun while following COVID-19 safety protocols. Even with frigid weather Saturday, Chavez and her family hit the slopes at […]

Midday storm causes several accidents in area

January 27, 2021

Several accidents were reported Tuesday across Cortland County as quick midday snow storm led to snowy, sloppy roads, but details on injuries were unavailable, Cortland County dispatchers reported. Seven accidents were reported between noon and […]

2020 was a hard year, but people kept spirits up

January 2, 2021

In a year filled with political divisiveness, racial tensions and a deadly pandemic, 2020 could seem like an ongoing slog. Add to that canceled pastimes and outings to challenge people. But one thing remained for […]

Crafting a final legacy

November 8, 2020

John Plunkett said the wooden urns he makes are like little cabinets. “It’s just what you’d do to build a kitchen cupboard,” he said, showing a cross section of a model in his outdoor shop. […]

Virgil rolls out new tanker

October 20, 2020

The new, shiny, red fire tanker the Virgil Fire Department has recently received may not have its decals and insignias yet, but it will help fill the role the department needs due to its limited […]

Cider Mill making changes for this season

September 16, 2020

Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill in Virgil is set to open Saturday, but the way people will be able to get their cider and doughnuts will change, owner Matt Hollenbeck said Thursday. Hollenbeck said the store has […]

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