December 2, 2021

C’ville to resume enforcing sign law

September 2, 2021

A year after the town of Cortlandville stopped enforcing its sign law — following complaints of both selective enforcement and questions of its constitutionality — town officials conceded Wednesday they won’t have an amended law […]

A plan for the future

August 31, 2021

The town of Cortlandville could soon adopt its first comprehensive plan in more than 40 years, though implementation may take more time, a town official said Monday. The plan — which provides recommendations and guidance […]

City faulted for $135K in benefits, vacation time

August 31, 2021

Eleven years after the state Comptroller’s Office criticized the city of Cortland for inadequate oversight of vacation and leave time — spending about $150,000 without council approval — the state again criticized the city for […]

Ex-legislators honored

August 30, 2021

In thanking former state Sen. James Seward and Assemblyman Gary Finch for their service to Cortland County, former Cortlandville Town Attorney John Folmer shared three rules Sunday all politicians should follow. Citing former U.S. Speaker […]

Homer house gutted by fire

August 28, 2021

No one was injured Friday morning in a Homer house fire, but damage left the building uninhabitable, a Homer fire official said. The fire was called in at 9:04 a.m. for 6035 Cold Brook Road, […]

Many changes greet returning SUNY students

August 28, 2021

As car after car drove up Graham Avenue in Cortland on Thursday, SUNY Cortland junior Miriam Fink gave directions for families moving their students into DeGroat and Cheney halls. The unofficial start of the college […]

City Republican candidates endorsed

August 27, 2021

A general contractor with coaching experience and a project consultant who volunteers with a veterans group are among the five Republican candidates for the Cortland Common Council recently endorsed by the Cortland County Republican Committee. […]

Ready to make its move

August 26, 2021

Planning for where Cortland ReUse would have its store and community space could lead to planning paralysis at times, John Zelson, the board president of Cortland ReUse, said Wednesday. Going over spaces and reviewing models […]

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