December 2, 2021

Clinton Ave. work shows progress

June 17, 2020

Ryan Van Ostrand, Sandy Kenyo and Andrea Johnson sat Tuesday outside a house on Cleveland Street, Cortland, chatting. A few yards away, the street was blocked at its entrance to Pomeroy Street. They didn’t mind. […]

Lt. Gov. lobbies for budget plan at SUNY

February 6, 2020

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul said Wednesday the revitalization of downtown Cortland is bringing about a new spirit of optimism for the city and helping to keep young residents from leaving. “When I was growing up, […]

Filling downtown void

January 25, 2020

The ground floor storefronts at 51-55 Main St., Cortland, are back in business, after 15 years of vacancy, following a 2005 fire that gutted the building. Two new businesses now occupy the properties: Affordable Home […]

Work begins

October 25, 2018

Almost a year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Cortland was receiving $10 million to reshape its downtown, a business owner and physical therapist has opened the first of the projects funded. Janine Franco opened Vine […]

An inspiring canvas

June 19, 2018

CORTLAND — You may look at parts of Cortland and see areas of empty land void of purpose. Crystal Lyon sees an area for artistic sculptures. You may see aging buildings with faded bricks. Lyon […]

Hochul tours downtown

February 27, 2018

CORTLAND — Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul toured downtown Cortland Monday morning, sharing her vision for the future of the downtown, one that includes traffic circles and rooftop dining, with City Mayor Brian Tobin. Walking to […]