October 28, 2021

Community baby shower in Cortland helps new moms

October 18, 2021

Homer resident Hana Aghababian, 27, is starting the third trimester of her first pregnancy and her friend Sarah Epplin, 26, of Tully, is only a few weeks behind her. The Cortland YMCA’s community baby shower […]

City tables Parker purchase

October 6, 2021

The Cortland Common Council tabled a vote Tuesday to buy the former Parker Elementary School following a discussion regarding absent councilpersons and the cost of the purchase for the city. The council voted, 6-0, to […]

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 […]

Parker plan pondered

September 9, 2021

While the city of Cortland hasn’t taken any action on converting the former Parker Elementary School into an early childhood center since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cortland Common Council is mixed about […]

City looking to revive Parker project talks

July 27, 2021

Discussions among the city of Cortland, CAPCO and the YWCA of Cortland about converting the former Parker Elementary School into an early childhood learning center have resumed, although detailed conversations are still at least two […]

Parker project on hold

November 3, 2020

The city of Cortland’s plan to buy the former Parker School on Madison Street and turn it into an early child-care center have been put on hold as the city and the two non-profits who […]

Nonprofits face state funding cuts due to virus

August 20, 2020

Seven Valleys Health Coalition expects a 26% reduction in a state grant it receives every year, but Executive Director Jackie Leaf said the organization will continue the work it does normally. She hopes. “At this […]

Homer Avenue project gets new tenants

August 8, 2020

Construction to revamp the Homer Avenue plaza in the city of Cortland is expected to begin in late fall, with four tenants already planned for the site. “We’re doing a complete renovation,” said David Yaman, […]

Coronavirus briefs 7/14

July 14, 2020

Cortland County’s number of virus cases rises to 61 Cortland County reported one new confirmed COVID-19 case Monday, increasing the total number of confirmed cases to 61. In all, 377 cases have been confirmed and […]

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