December 5, 2021

Early exit of SUNY students concerns merchants

November 6, 2020

Isabella Rizzotti and Jemma Wegzyn quietly made drinks and sandwiches Thursday at New York Bagel and Deli in Cortland. The coffee shop on Matin Street is a favorite among SUNY Cortland students, about half its […]

More funds awarded for downtown revitalization

October 13, 2020

Cortland’s downtown is on the way to be a top place to live, work and have fun with the allocation of $540,000 from the city’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative, said Garry VanGorder, the executive […]

Special meeting on outdoor seating tonight

June 10, 2020

The Cortland Common Council has scheduled a special meeting tonight to vote to open outdoor seating locations in alleys, streets and parking lots downtown. The proposal would create outdoor seating: In the pocket park at […]

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, […]

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 […]