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Cortland's $21.3 million proposed budget for 2021 would raises taxes 1%, even as it cuts spending about 1% from the $21.4 million 2020 budget. However,... [Read More]
As the number of COVID-19 cases spike in Cortland County, county officials announced this morning they will step up enforcement of safety protocols at businesses,... [Read More]
SUNY Cortland will remain on remote learning for the next two weeks, SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras said Tuesday in a news conference at the school... [Read More]
Homer Fire Chief Mahlon Irish couldn't remember when his department responded to the strangest fire he's ever seen, but he can sure remember what it... [Read More]
County reports 23 new cases Cortland County reported 23 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Tuesday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 665 — 574 new... [Read More]
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... [Read More]
Cortland County leaders asked residents to curtail their daily activities because of a recent spike in COVID19 cases. "It's those small parties, non-essential activities, unnecessary... [Read More]
October 17, 2020 Deaths GARNER — John N. Garner, 84, of Dryden, died Oct. 15, 2020. Perkins Funeral Home, Dryden, has arrangements. HARTQUIST — Gary... [Read More]
Cortland County: 59 new cases Cortland County reported 59 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the weekend, raising the number of confirmed cases to 626 —... [Read More]
William Diescher and his friends had been to Back the Blue Rallies in Ithaca and Syracuse, where participants would drive through the cities in motorcades,... [Read More]
Two newcomers are looking to replace Republican incumbent Gary Finch in the 126 Assembly District seat as Finch announced in February that he would not... [Read More]
A two-term Tompkins County legislator faces a production supervisor from McGraw in the race to succeed Barbara Lifton in representing the 125th Assembly District. Anna... [Read More]
Reviving the economy from the coronavirus pandemic, addressing food insecurity and making higher education more affordable are among the issues Democrat Tracy Mitrano and Republican... [Read More]
EARLY VOTING Early voting will be Oct. 24 to Nov. 1. Cortland County offers one early-voting station, at the Cortland County Board of Elections at... [Read More]
An entrepreneur faces a fifth-generation farmer in a race to succeed state Sen. James L. Seward in the 51st state Senate District. Democrat Jim Barber,... [Read More]
Claudia Tenney will look to take back the 22nd Congressional District seat this November from incumbent Anthony Brindisi, who defeated her in 2018. Here's where... [Read More]
Cortland reports 24 new cases Cortland County reported 24 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday, raising the number of confirmed cases to 567 — 476 new... [Read More]
The Groton Library has received an additional $150,000 to help with renovation costs at the library, Sen. Jim Seward (R-Milford) has announced, even as workers... [Read More]
Although the state hasn't announced it won't award any grant funding through the Regional Economic Development Council for 2020, or whether there will be an... [Read More]
A Cortland man convicted of drugging, raping and imprisoning a woman in May 2019 in his home was sentenced Thursday in Cortland County Court to... [Read More]
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