January 20, 2022

Both Cortland teams score non-league wins

December 18, 2017

The SUNY Cortland men’s and women’s basketball teams both scored non-league wins Saturday, the men downing host Old Westbury 90-66 and the women beating visiting SUNY Poly 69-50. MEN Cortland 90, Old Westbury 66: Zach […]

Public picks preferences for downtown

December 16, 2017

Cortland residents spoke Thursday — with little bits of purple and green paper — in favor of mixed-use developments, a two-way Main Street and funding for the arts as ways to invest nearly $50 million […]

Auburn starts strong, downs Golden Eagles

December 16, 2017

A slow start and an opponent with a bit of extra motivation caught up with the Cortland-Homer hockey team Friday night in its home opener at the J.M. McDonald Sports Complex. Ranked second in the […]

Holiday meal tips from CP Cash and Carry

December 16, 2017

SPONSORED CONTENT For 10 years, local butchers Garry Slack and Tony Cincotta bring over 70 years combined cooking and catering experience to customers who come to the CP Cash and Carry meat department in search […]

Talk of new a new crosswalk in city

December 15, 2017

CORTLAND — The state Department of Transportation is studying whether the city of Cortland should install a crosswalk on Tompkins Street at Prospect Terrace, possibly with installation next spring. The study was not inspired by […]

Cortland development wins $5.2M in REDC funds

December 14, 2017

Ten Cortland County projects won $5.2 million in state funding Wednesday, as Central New York gained $86.4 million in state assistance for economic development, more than any region in New York. The money will help […]

Uncle Louie’s prepares free dinner

December 13, 2017

CORTLANDVILLE — Gaylord Veit has one of the most important jobs at Uncle Louie’s Backyard steakhouse — prepare the Christmas dinner. Last year was his first year. He’ll return once again to the restaurant on […]

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