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City to spend up to $765,500 for curb, sidewalk repairs

One American in seven – and nearly half the people over 75 – have a disability, which is why accessible pedestrian infrastructure is important, said Alex Mikowski, executive director of …

Cayuga Health has announced the release of its 2023 annual report, summarizing developments at the Tompkins County-based health system. The report, available at cayugahealthmagazine.org, covers …

More than 100 young artists submitted art for Tompkins County’s “I Voted” and “Future Voter” stickers leading up to the 2024 general election. The Tompkins County …

The NRA Foundation has given the McGraw High School clay target club a dozen pairs of safety glasses, 24 cases of ammunition and $1,024 to buy clay targets, the school district has announced. …

Danny Armitage will describe his many Lehigh Valley Railroad adventures as a young person growing up in Freeville in an illustrated free presentation at 7 p.m. June 11 at the Glen Haven School and …

Social media rumors about the closing of Hollywood Restaurant on Groton Avenue in Cortland caused some confusion Thursday, and they aren’t true. “The Hollywood Restaurant in Cortland …

McGraw updates village green

McGraw’s village green got a refresh – a new gazebo, landscaping, benches and soon, lighting. It’s one relatively inexpensive improvement, but the village’s strategy is to use …

‘Big and wild and fun’

The basketball court at F.E. Smith Elementary School is now covered in neon hands, hearts, music notes, a tiger and a dragon. Twenty kids were selected from more than 80 applicants to be …

Man accused of sexual abuse planned to flee country

A judge set bail at $250,000 Wednesday for a defendant recorded at the Cortland County jail saying he planned to flee the country if released. Cortland County Court Judge Julie Campbell set bail …

Olympiad: Mettle, not medal

Deanna Grantham was at SUNY-Cortland on Wednesday, officially as a member of the Cortlandville Fire Department during the second annual Olympiad for Cortland County students. But she was quick to …

The McGraw Central School District will have a public hearing at 6:20 p.m. June 6 in the high school library to hear comment on its code of conduct. The hearing was rescheduled from May 22. It …

The Cortland Enlarged City School District Board of Education will meet at 6:30 p.m. June 11 at the Kaufman Center, 1 Valley View Drive.

The Cortland County Office for Aging plans a presentation from 3 to 4 p.m. June 6 on “Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body.” The program at the Age Well Center at 165 Main St., is …

The Homer Community Blood Drive will be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Homer First United Methodist Church, 16 Cayuga St. Enter the parking lot via Central Park Place. A double red cell …

DRYDEN – Tompkins Cortland Community College seeks employers to take part in the 2024 Manufacturing and Development Expo on Oct. 10. The event is part of the national Manufacturing Day …

Free wifi coming next year to downtown Cortland, parks

Telecommunications company Empire Access plans to become a new internet provider in Cortland next year, bringing free wifi to city parks and the downtown area. The company will replace obsolete …

Gas prices down from 2 years ago, even as reserve tapped

Brianna Gignilliat filled her gas tank Tuesday at the Byrne Dairy in Homer. The price was $3.67 a gallon. “This isn’t the America I grew up in,” Gignilliat said. Inflation, she …

Village of Homer awaits word on next steps for DRI

Village of Homer officials are ready to get the ball rolling on 11 projects totaling $22.36 million in investment. But first, they must wait for word from the state. “I’m waiting for …

Dryden sets hearing on Quarry Road project

DRYDEN – A Pennsylvania company seeks to upgrade a contractor’s yard near Ithaca, saying upgrades it proposes to make to the site will be minimal and less impactful than what neighbors …

In case of a rainy day

The sun shone Friday in Cortland – the sky a bright blue, only a small spattering of clouds. Birds whistled in tune with the wind; the leaves rustled, cars rumbled in the background. But …

A Homer man faces felony charges, accused of sexually abusing a child. Dale Phillips Sr., 65, was charged Friday with first-degree sexual abuse, a felony, as well as forcible touching and …

DRYDEN — The Dryden Town Historical Society will have its annual OP Sale June 14 and 15 at the Southworth Homestead at 14 North Street in Dryden. The OP sale is an opportunity to donate …

A Pride Prom will be held for high school students Saturday night at the Cortland YMCA, 22 Tompkins St.  The prom, scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m, is free and open to any queer students and …

I waited more than 40 years to give the advice I got as a teenager that allowed me to have a career in journalism. I got to provide it last week. The advice that so changed my life came when I …

Progress stalls on C’ville comprehensive plan

A comprehensive plan in Cortlandville, approved 2 ½ years ago, has been at a standstill for nearly 18 months, pending review by the town board, town officials said.l “We’re …

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