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Legislators approve July recess

Cortland County legislators will take a July recess for a third year, despite opposition. Legislators voted, 11-5, Thursday to approve the measure. Legislators Doug Bentley (D-Cortland), Reed …

Expert: Methadone, though imperfect, saves lives

The expert said Thursday that methadone is an important part of treating opioid addiction, but some of the audience members weren’t so sure. Dr. Matisyahu Shulman said in a conversation on …

Public safety board member: City needs transparency

A member of the city’s Public Works and Public Safety Commission has vowed to attend Cortland Common Council Meetings until she hears why the city hired contractors her board didn’t …

One name, thousands of connections

Each name on a gravestone has hundreds, if not thousands, of connections. To family. Friends. Neighbors. Random strangers. You. Sometimes the connections are much broader. The names on the …

A Cortlandville man faces charges in two cases this week stemming from a domestic dispute and complaint in the town of Corltandville. Cortland County sheriff’s officers responded about …

The Ithaca-Tompkins County Transportation Council updating its Long-Range Transportation Plan for Tompkins County to extend planning through 2045 and seeks public comment. An open house to …

Cortland police Officer Matthew Maniaci was named the 2023 Police Officer of the Year this week at a Cortland Common Council meeting. Chief Paul Sandy presented the award to Maniaci, who …

Dairy sweet trail over Cortland

One ice cream after another, and down the hatch it goes. Before you know it, you’ve made 11 stops. The stops venture throughout the Cortland County Ice Cream Trail from Experience …

Truxton Academy gets a new barn and high tunnel

Kids at Truxton Academy Charter School will now collect eggs or feed goats between their science and math classes. Truxton Academy Charter School opened on Wednesday its new high tunnel and …

Homer gets final DRI list

After years of pitching, planning and pruning a few dreams, the village got word Wednesday of the final 11 projects to share $10 million in state funding. Now the work begins. And while …

Moravia sees NY Forward list

MORAVIA – Moravia would improve its Main Street streetscape to support business and pedestrian activity. Transform the former Elmira Savings Bank building into a bar and restaurant. Redesign …

A flag planting at Cortland Rural Cemetery was rescheduled to 4 p.m. Friday due to Wednesday’s rain. The decision to reschedule was made on the spot Wednesday, the ceremony’s …

Cortland Senior High School students Mallory May and Jack McGovern attended Students Inside Albany from this week, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Cortland County. The conference, …

Vivian Bosch will receive the Alice A. Walker Award June 19 during the annual dinner meeting of the League of Women Voters of Cortland County. The dinner will be 5 p.m. at the Center for the …

Voters in all 10 greater Cortland area school districts approved proposed 2024-25 school budgets Tuesday, as well as other spending proposition. They also elected school board members. Across …

City votes to re-negotiate sales tax deal with county

The City of Cortland seeks to keep a larger share of sales tax revenue generated within its borders, and to that end the Common Council  voted, 6-0, Tuesday to cancel the agreement with Cortland …

Court proceedings Tuesday in Homer for a priest charged with touching a underrage girl were delayed until June 18, the court reports. In a second case involving the same victim, but in Cortland, …

Unemployment in Cortland County rose to 4.1% in April as 100 more people were without jobs, but the labor force lost 500 workers. The state Department of Labor reported Tuesday that 900 of the …

Virgil school set to open as housing in two months

The developer of a project converting the former Virgil School into part senior apartment complex and part community center expects tenants to start moving in within 60 days. SVR Realty owner …

Cortland County legislators will consider on Thursday a $450,000 increase from the state to child care funds and a July recess of the legislature. Cortland County will get 50% more in state aid …

Dryden Fiber expects big expansion within 60 days

 

On the first warm day of spring every year as a kid, everyone on the school bus would open the windows on the school bus on the way home. On the way past the freshly manured field. I never found …

DRYDEN — The Dryden Town Historical Society will have its annual meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Dryden Village Hall, 16 South St., the organization announced Monday. Doors open for the …

The Homer Board of Education will have a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. may 28 at the Homer Training and Education Center on the district’s code of conduct, followed by a regular board meeting.

Contractors have begun building new traffic signal foundations at Court, West Court and Main streets in Cortland, the city announced Monday. Crews with CCI are also preparing the road base on …

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