October 21, 2021

Former Apex factory demolished

August 25, 2021

Against the background of buildings cut open, a lone excavator carried debris Tuesday at the site of the former Apex Tool Group facility between Cleveland, River and East Garfield streets in Cortland. Demolition of the […]

DRI project still on hold

October 31, 2020

Cortland officials said Friday the work restructuring and rebuilding Main Street may still be a year or two away. The $5 million project, announced in 2017, under the city’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative, would: […]

New York Bagel opens new store

October 27, 2020

With SUNY Cortland students studying remotely due to recent COVID-19 case surges, many students are no longer going downtown for meals, Sandro Mironti, the owner of New York Bagel and Deli, said Saturday. This is […]

Cortland employers settle in for the long haul

July 30, 2020

Jackie Leaf, the executive director of Seven Valleys Health Coalition, says that over the past few months of the coronavirus pandemic, she has missed working with her eight other employees in person. “You miss that […]

Funds remain for federal paycheck protection

May 7, 2020

The reopening of the popular Paycheck Protection Program, which was recently infused with more federal money after large companies had scooped up much of the initial cash, has already approved twice as many loans for […]

City votes to buy former school

January 8, 2020

The Cortland Common Council voted Tuesday, 8-0, to buy the former Parker Elementary School from the Cortland Enlarged City School District. In order for the purchase to become final, the school district would also have […]

City DRI plans on track

September 14, 2019

Nearly two years have passed since Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to Cortland to announce that the city had won $10 million in state Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding. Since then, not much movement on the DRI […]

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