October 22, 2021

A different kind of summer

June 4, 2021

After a year of COVID-19 restrictions, online classes and time spent stuck at home, parents are registering their kids for summer camp to get some fresh air and have fun with their friends. Summer camps […]

To mask, or not to mask?

May 25, 2021

Kyle Howser, an employee at Homer Men and Boys in Homer, picked up a stack of short-sleeve shirts Thursday and hung them on a rack. There was nothing extraordinary about this, except that he, and […]

Races get back on track

May 10, 2021

When the first wave of 10 runners stepped onto the course of the Mother’s Day 5K on Saturday in Cortland’s Beaudry Park, wearing masks over their mouths, it marked the first race that the Cortland […]

Skaneateles dominates Eagles again

February 24, 2021

SKANEATELES — If it weren’t for the Skaneateles Lakers — and Luke Renaud in particular — the CortlandHomer Golden Eagles could be undefeated right now. Instead, the Golden Eagles suffered their second loss of the […]

Corn Ducky Derby looking at 25th year

February 7, 2021

The guys who organize the Corn Ducky Derby at Suggett Park every year are having a ball, getting together, dealing with the elements, and getting those little plastic ducks into Dry Creek — all to […]

Coronavirus briefs 10/15

October 15, 2020

Cortland County reports 27 new cases Cortland County reported 27 new COVID19 cases Wednesday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 511 — 420 new cases since Aug. 21. The county has now surpassed Tompkins […]

Stay active, take part in YMCA’s virtual 5K

April 10, 2020

The COVID-19 quarantine handcuffs most sports, most outdoor competitions and most public social interactions. But nobody has said you can’t go out for a walk or run to escape a case of cabin fever. And […]

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