January 27, 2022

Scouts enjoy the day at Pinewood Derby

January 24, 2022

The noisy lobby of the American Legion Post 465 in Homer fell silent Saturday as four cars sped down the Pinewood Derby tracks at Cubmaster Quentin Gile’s command. One of the cars belonged to Amber […]

Refuge from the cold

January 24, 2022

It was less than 10 degrees outside Friday night — and would get down to minus-17 before dawn Saturday — but Peter Goss, a homeless man, was spared the cold. “Without this facility, there’s no […]

Entrepreneurs endure

January 22, 2022

Garcia’s Mexican grocery on Main Street in Cortland opened shortly after the 2020 COVID- 19 outbreak. Several weeks? Several months? Manager Moises Guevara doesn’t remember the exact day. But he does remember the hard time […]

Tops set to transform

January 15, 2022

Lyle Nelson was still getting accustomed Friday to the coming switch of Tops Friendly Market in Cortlandville to Grand Union, a chain that hasn’t been seen in Cortland in decades. “I am not opposed to […]

Not to everyone’s taste

January 11, 2022

The proposed resumption of to-go drinks at restaurants and bars — which Gov. Kathy Hochul proposed last week in her State of the State address — was greeted with some enthusiasm, although pub owners noted […]

City to foreclose on Apex site

January 6, 2022

The city of Cortland will foreclose on an abandoned industrial site on Cleveland Street and work to get it back on the tax rolls, and producing jobs and products once again, Mayor Scott Steve said […]

Steve’s to-do list

December 31, 2021

Less than eight hours before a Thursday afternoon swearing-in ceremony, and less than two days before the official inauguration, Scott Steve, Cortland’s first Republican mayor in nearly 40 years, already has a packed schedule of […]

Cortland in transition

December 29, 2021

The past year saw a set-up to a good deal of change in Cortland, including the start of one major street project and the planning of another, even as the tenure of the longestserving mayor […]

Enjoy a taste of summer all winter long

December 28, 2021

In the darkest, coldest, longest nights of the year, Experience Cortland will offer a reminder: of long days, warm toes and that perfect bit of summer springing from the garden. The Cortland County Visitors Center […]

Hearing set on where pot could be sold

December 27, 2021

A public hearing Jan. 18 will elicit comments on a proposed law that would define where Cortland would allow marijuana dispensaries. The proposal would limit them to the city’s General Business Regional Zone, or GB-1, […]

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