December 2, 2021

C’ville candidates spar

October 20, 2021

Expectations for vacant businesses, plans to make sure the Gutchess Sports Complex benefits taxpayers and ideas for transportation improvements were among the topics discussed during the Cortlandville town supervisor debate Tuesday between the incumbent and […]

Cortland mayoral candidates debate

October 15, 2021

Going forward with the Parker Elementary School project, priorities for revitalizing downtown and reversing population decline were among the topics discussed during the Cortland mayoral debate Thursday between a Cortland councilperson and a local business […]

What is a sports editor to do?

March 26, 2020

Since 1985, I have covered high school sports. Section IV has been a part of all of those years and part was a brief fling with Section V overlapping in the early 1990s. When the […]

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. […]

Brindisi: Broadband, partisanship issues

August 14, 2019

Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) dropped by the offices of the Cortland Standard Tuesday morning to speak with the newspaper’s editorial board on issues ranging from broadband internet access, hyperpartisanship, the successor trade deal to NAFTA […]