Rail project on track

August 16, 2018

As railroad work continues to close Clinton Avenue, causing waits and snarled traffic and sending it on carloaded detours in Cortland, the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway Corp. plans to start two new projects […]

Pain in the heartland

July 27, 2018

Assembly Member Anthony Brindisi stood in front of a cow barn at McMahon E-Z Acres farms in Homer. Inside stood 500 milking cows. Brindisi asked farm owner Mike McMahon where his milk goes. It goes […]

Algae problem grows

July 26, 2018

It’s a microscopic organism, but under the right conditions it can have potentially harmful health effects. At least one lake in Cortland County has been identified to be a carrier. Others in driving distance of […]

Toys for Tots official honored

July 25, 2018

While reading a monthly Toys for Tots newsletter, Norm Stitzel combed through the names of award recipients to see if he recognized any. He did — his own. Last week Stitzel, who is the Cortland […]

State reveals final DRI list

July 12, 2018

The governor’s office announced Thursday afternoon the final list of 13 projects to receive a share of $10 million as part of Cortland’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative. The projects: • Create the Crown City Artworks Project […]

‘In spirit, they’re not down’

July 12, 2018

LITTLE YORK — Tino Ferro recalls seeing the Twin Towers being built in the 1960s and 1970s. He recalls working in his shop on Sept. 11, 2001, when his wife, Carole, came in and told […]

Protesters greet Ivanka

July 10, 2018

PREBLE — Bruce Tytler stood outside of Suit-Kote on the side of Route 281 Monday morning toting a sign and chanting. His sign read: “Kindness is not a weakness and cruelty is not a strength.” […]

Cider mill heats up

July 6, 2018

VIRGIL — People may be used to getting doughnuts, pies and other goodies from Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill in Virgil during the fall. Well, now they’re in luck because the business is now open for the […]

Say ‘cheese’ in Groton

June 29, 2018

GROTON — Here’s what you’ll see shortly at the Groton Industrial Park on Route 222: 14,000 square feet of new refrigerated space; perhaps 500,000 or 600,000 tubs of yogurt; maybe 35 tons of cheese — […]

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