October 23, 2021

Biomedical industry growing in Cortlandville

July 23, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic caused shortages of medical face masks at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center, Cortland Biomedical in Cortlandville stepped in and provided masks. Now that restrictions have loosened and cases have plateaued, the business […]

The Squeeze on the move

June 11, 2021

Darris McDowell joked and talked with friends Wednesday inside The Squeeze Juice Bar on Main Street in Cortland. Business, while good, can be quiet, which isn’t unusual for the current location, he said. But come […]

Businesses reflect on 2020 with Tenney

March 16, 2021

Greek Peak Mountain Resort and Hope Lake Lodge closed on March 16, 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic reached Cortland County, Wes Kryger, the president of Greek Peak, said Monday. Three days later, 160 people were […]

Chamber move on hold again

January 12, 2021

The Cortland County Chamber of Commerce is now looking at a March 1 move in date to its new Main Street, Cortland location after having to postpone the day again because work is still expected […]

Local merchants set for Small-Business Saturday

November 27, 2020

Shopping local for the holidays takes a certain amount of creativity. Most of the world’s 2 billion websites aren’t going to be very helpful (as if they would be, anyhow), so as Small Business Saturday […]

NY’s health plan market to open Sunday

October 30, 2020

Sunday begins the enrollment period for New York State of Health — the state’s official health plan marketplace, although a Cortland business leader said he hasn’t heard of Cortland businesses struggling to provide health insurance […]

Potential winter resurgence of COVID raises fears

September 26, 2020

Amanda Kruman of Cortland was almost a statistic: No. 6,980,352. Had there been complications, she could have been another statistic: No. 202,828. Those are, respectively, the number of people in America who have been infected […]

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