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Sen. Charles Schumer was in Ithaca Monday to call on the federal government to help New York hospitals affected by the Feb. 21 cyber attack on a hospital affiliated with Change Healthcare, leaving …

GROTON — The village of Groton has won a $4.5 million New York Forward grant, allowing it to fund a variety of improvement projects across its downtown, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Friday. …

 Officials from Cayuga Health and the Visiting Nurse Service of Ithaca and Tompkins County announce their affiliation, effective today, to connect the healthcare services that are delivered in a …

‘It’s our gig’

DRYDEN – A chef is a teacher, moreso at Tompkins Cortland Community College: the cooks, the hospitality staff, the business and accounting people. They need to deal with technology, wine …

Two workers, two photos, nearly two centuries

DRYDEN – The challenge: Restore a historic barn on the Southworth Farm in Dryden. Additional challenges: The barn was built “in the mid-1800s” before the current workers– …

DRYDEN — Tompkins Cortland Community College has received $116,000 to support students in unpaid or low-paid internships for the next three years, the college has announced. The funding …

Bunkers bolster fire department ranks

Nikola Danev is the old man of the Varna Volunteer Fire Co, the assistant chief the other firefighters say is a role model, a calming influence, a leader and the type of person they’d like to be when they’ve got as much seniority as he does. Danev, the “old man,” is 26 ...

Dryden board, fire departments clash on contracts

DRYDEN – Firefighters from all five companies serving Dryden attended Thursday’s town board meeting, which quickly became a discussion of concerns from board and fire officials who …

The Cortland Youth Bureau, YMCA, CAPCO Headstart and the Easter Bunny will host the 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt March 23 at Suggett Park in Cortland The event, which starts at 10 a.m. at the …

Cortland County Mutual Aid, which maintains a network of food-sharing cabinets and operates the Really Free Market giveaways twice a month, seeks help raising money to fund its website. …

Cayuga shows off department store-sized medical office

LANSING – Cayuga Health officials say the company’s new location off Route 13 in a former department store at the Shops at Ithaca Mall, set to open partially in late March, is meant to …

Wanted: Broadband director

DRYDEN — Dryden Town Board members voted Thursday to pursue hiring a director for the town’s “Dryden Fiber” project, which is making high-speed Internet coverage available to …

Cortland Repertory Theatre and the SUNY Cortland Performing Arts Department will collaborate for “The Last Five Years” on stage from Feb. 22 to 25 at the theater on Port Watson Street, …

DRYDEN — Nurses have often been referred to as angels. Now, through the generosity of the Mary Porcari Brady Fund, Nursing students at Tompkins Cortland Community College have a new …

Southworth Library to host Lunar New Year celebration

 

LANSING — The state Route 34B bridge over Salmon Creek in Lansing has received the American Institute of Steel Construction and the National Steel Bridge Alliance’s 2024 Prize Bridge …

FREEVILLE — “Ask Amy” advice columnist Amy Dickinson is postponing the planned Friday opening of the Freeville Free Library. She is postponing due to permitting issues, and the …

Test your home for Radon, Tompkins County Whole Health advised this week, Radon Awareness Week. Radon is odorless, colorless, tasteless and the No. 1 cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, …

‘Books have been my constant companion’

FREEVILLE – “Ask Amy” advice columnist Amy Dickinson believes two things can really add value to a town: a focus on literacy, and walkability. On Feb. 2, Freeville residents can walk to her library, and borrow something from her personal collection, and maybe catch a movie.

Solar x 10

Cortland County produces nearly 67 megawatts of electricity from 298 solar projects, nearly 10 times its power-generating capacity of just five years ago. Neighboring Tompkins County generates …

Dryden to seek lower speed limit near TC3

DRYDEN — Plans for a 749-unit apartment complex, and a relocated restaurant, have Dryden village and town officials asking the state Department of Transportation to slow some things down. …

Cortland County gained 500 jobs between December 2022 and December 2023, the greatest number of jobs in four years. Data released Thursday by the state Department of Labor show the county had …

Nature center seeks new home for its animals

ULYSSES – It’s very hard to find a home for a snapping turtle, the staff of Cayuga Nature Center has discovered. The Cayuga Nature Center in Ulysses has had trouble coping with …

You might have noticed that Cortland police grew beards during No-Shave November, but still have them. That’s another fundraiser. Police, through the Police Benevolent Association, will …

Cortland County legislators will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the County Office Building to discuss a taxb ill error in the town of Cincinnatus. The county portion of the tax bill is correct. …

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