November 30, 2021

Trying the tools of trades

May 24, 2021

Franco Minervini stood by the blocks of limestone, encouraging visitors to grab a tool and get a feel for his art — stone carving. He was among a half-dozen tents set up Saturday along the […]

Locals turn out for Small Business Saturday

November 30, 2020

For Vicki Besler, losing annual events like prom and in-person college graduations due to the coronavirus was hard. As the owner of Shaw and Boehler Florist in Cortland, those are some of the largest events […]

Books: bound heart and soul

November 1, 2020

Tricia Borg has always loved books and paper, especially hand-made paper — fascinated by its texture and color. “What could I do with it?” said the client service manager for a software company. The Newfield […]

Businesses in Cortland Corset Building remain open

September 3, 2020

Businesses in the Cortland Corset Building on East Court Street in Cortland are open for business, some for in-person service or curbside pickup, some owners are working from home, others have appointment-only classes and some […]

The joys of clean living

April 12, 2020

Tammie Whitson likes the chemistry of soap making. “It feels magical when you put these ingredients in a pot and they come out completely different,” the Marathon woman said. She fell in love with the […]