December 5, 2021

Byrne to spend $25M on plant in C’ville

November 12, 2021

Byrne Dairy will spend $25 million to re-tool its Cortlandville plant to make long shelf-life products, such as ultrahigh temperature pasteurization milk, the company announced this week. The work, to begin in January and be […]

More talks on trail set

August 24, 2021

Further discussions will be needed between local officials and property owners before work can begin in Cortlandville on a half-mile trail to connect Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex to trails in and around Lime Hollow Nature […]

Byrne Dairy dispute

July 2, 2021

A proposed Byrne Dairy convenience store and gas station on Port Watson Street in Cortland would need a supermajority of votes in the city planning commission, zoning board of appeals and Common Council if it […]

Byrne plans new Cortland store

June 16, 2021

A proposed Byrne Dairy convenience store at Port Watson and River streets in Cortland has raised concerns about potential affects on the environment and neighboring businesses. The plan by Sonbyrne Inc. to build a Byrne […]

County joins C’ville mining fight

January 29, 2021

The Cortland County Legislature is following Cortlandville’s lead to fight Cortlandville Stone and Gravel’s planned mine expansion — a battle that has been reinvigorated after the Department of Environmental Conservation announced it found no potential […]

Cortlandville to fight mine expansion

January 28, 2021

The Cortlandville Town Board voted Wednesday to authorize Supervisor Tom Williams to work on a plan to oppose a proposed expansion of the Cortlandville Sand and Gravel mine because concerns have been raised over risk […]

Plastic bag ban to resume

October 3, 2020

Noreen Ryan of Ithaca transferred her reusable cloth bag and plastic bags full of produce Friday from the counter to her cart inside Anderson’s Farm Market in Little York. She usually uses a reusable bag […]

Sizing up big business

September 5, 2020

When you think the history of big business in Cortland County, Smith Corona and Brockway Motor Co. probably come to mind. The two manufacturers employed hundreds in their heydays before closing up shop. What constitutes […]

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