October 23, 2021

First full summer for new city playgrounds

April 30, 2019

Following a rat problem at Dexter Park in Cortland last year, the playground has since reopened with new mulch. “It opened last Friday afternoon, April 19,” John McNerney, director of the Cortland Youth Bureau, said […]

On firm footing again

February 8, 2019

Four small faces peered out the windows Thursday of Connie Neff’s home on East Academy Street in McGraw, watching as a footbridge was dropped into place over Smith Brook. Neff runs a day-care facility out […]

City, C’ville agree on bike trail

February 7, 2019

Cortlandville and the city of Cortland will work with a central New York agency to plan a bike trail to stretch from as far north as Oswego County to the southern tip of Cortland County. […]

Cortland zoning drops student district

January 17, 2019

Cortland Common Council adopted a new zoning code Tuesday that was three years in the making, but removed a section that would create a neighborhood near downtown that would specifically focus on high-density student housing. […]

Filling a hole in Homer village

November 29, 2018

What was once a hole on Homer’s Main Street in September is now a three-story structure, but weather has slowed the overall construction of the new building. Not by much, though, as construction will continue […]