October 22, 2021

Alvena Avenue on agenda

October 5, 2021

Cortland residents will be able to share their opinion tonight on the abandonment of a city street during the Cortland Common Council meeting, though action is not going to be taken until later, Mayor Brian […]

Leading the way

October 2, 2021

In Alex Mikowski’s experience, many people don’t think about using services from independent living organizations until they acquire a disability. She hopes to change that in her new role as executive director of Access to […]

Cleaning up the mess

October 2, 2021

With the background of gray skies and a slight drizzle, a lone excavator shifted dirt Thursday off Route 11 in the village of Homer. Crews overseen by New York State Electric & Gas Corp. have […]

Parker School to receive $180K in ARP aid

October 1, 2021

The city of Cortland will vote on using nearly $200,000 to hire an architect to design plans to convert the former Parker School into a child care center, Cortland Mayor Brian Tobin said Thursday. Tobin […]

Family planning center to open in Cortland

September 30, 2021

Before its closure in 2020, the Jacobus Center for Reproductive Health in Cortland helped prevent teen pregnancy through its programs, Lisa Hoeschele, a former project director with the center, said Wednesday. Hoeschele, now the CEO […]

Council needs feedback to decide on trash contract

September 29, 2021

Cortland’s decision on whether to extend its trash and recycling collection contract or seek a new service provider will rest on what residents tell their Common Council members, Mayor Brian Tobin said Tuesday. “At this […]

SUNY, Guthrie almost completely vaccinated

September 29, 2021

Nearly all students at SUNY Cortland and staff at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center have been vaccinated against COVID-19, following vaccine mandates implemented this year. At SUNY Cortland, 89% of students have been fully vaccinated and […]

New stop signs going up on Valley View Drive

September 28, 2021

Flashing stop signs on Valley View Drive in Cortland will be installed either this week or next week, a city official said Monday. Nic Dovi, the superintendent for the Cortland Department of Public Works, said […]

Start dialing with ‘607’

September 25, 2021

Jennifer Christie went through her phone Friday while sitting on a bench at Suggett Park in Cortland. When she wants to make a call, she doesn’t have to worry about dialing in the 607 area […]

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