December 4, 2021

Ex-CDP director sues group, president for $500K

January 16, 2020

Editor’s note: The Cortland Standard retained an independent editor, Julia Hunter of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, to edit this report. Adam Megivern, former director of the Cortland Downtown Partnership Inc., is suing that organization and […]

BDC finds new home

December 21, 2019

Three Cortland County business and development agencies expect to move from their offices at the county-owned 37 Church St., Cortland, and one has already announced its move to a Main Street office. The Cortland County […]

Downtown Partnership no longer to host 3 city events

September 14, 2019

The Cortland Downtown Partnership will no longer host three community events — Taste of Downtown, First Light and Chill-A-Bration — but those events may be picked up by the Cortland Standard, the organization announced Thursday. […]

Eating up good times

February 25, 2019

Tylor Signor raised his arms in victory while chewing his last bit of pancake as Cortland Veterans of Foreign War member Norm Stitzel counted down — five, four, three, two, one. “Last year I saw […]

Annual First Light back on

December 1, 2018

Cortland County’s New Year’s Eve celebration is back on, but the future of events such as Chill-A-Bration and The Great Pumpkinfest remain uncertain. After Thursday’s decision by the county Legislature to give Cortland Downtown Partnership […]