October 22, 2021

Laying the groundwork

September 21, 2021

No timeline has been set, but work to renovate and repaint the basketball courts at Suggett Park in Cortland is tentatively scheduled to start in October, city officials said Monday. The basketball hoops and posts […]

2nd hearing set on Hubbard Street

May 20, 2021

The Cortland Common Council will have a second public hearing in June for a pilot program to allow overnight street parking on Hubbard Street. The program, which had been raised and postponed last year, would […]

Hearing set on Hubbard Street

May 6, 2021

Cortland residents and residents of Hubbard Street will be able to voice their opinion later this month on whether the city should adopt a pilot program to allow overnight parking on the street. Following a […]

Cleanups coming to communities this spring

April 17, 2021

As spring comes around, municipalities are planning events and services to help Cortland County residents clean up their homes and other areas. Cortland will have a community cleanup day this year after holding off in […]

Sidewalk fixes gain traction

April 8, 2021

Laura Eaton is a big proponent of Cortland using federal money the city received earlier this year to fix city sidewalks, especially considering her fall in October. Eaton, who walks with a cane and has […]

Firefighters cope with cold, ice

December 22, 2020

When a call comes in for an emergency at the Cortland Fire Department, firefighters must respond no matter the winter weather: subzero temperatures, heavy snow, slippery roads. Fires can mean 1,200 degrees on one side, […]

Homer in need of estimates on church

November 25, 2020

Work has stalled on repairing the roof to the Little White Church on Homer’s village green because few people are willing to do estimates for the work on the 188-year-old structure. “There are a few […]

City installing LED streetlights

November 8, 2019

Tuesday it started: Work crews began putting up the first LED streetlights around the city. This is the beginning of a project that will continue through the winter and likely take three to four months […]