October 23, 2021

Sizing up big business

September 5, 2020

When you think the history of big business in Cortland County, Smith Corona and Brockway Motor Co. probably come to mind. The two manufacturers employed hundreds in their heydays before closing up shop. What constitutes […]

Hiring on the horizon

August 1, 2020

Cortland County has lost 2,600 jobs since the start of the year — down to 17,100 in June — but a national survey of employers suggests the second half of the year will see more […]

County, C’ville discuss rail tracks

July 23, 2020

The town of Cortlandville has offered to post more signage on McLean Road near Gutchess Lumber to warn drivers of workers crossing the road, and suggested lowering the speed limit after it removed rail tracks […]

Officials scold Cortlandville over removal of McLean tracks

July 8, 2020

Cortland County officials were dismayed after the Cortlandville Highway Department removed railroad tracks on McLean Road near Gutchess Lumber without permission from the county. “I’m a little disappointed myself,” Charlie Sudbrink, the county highway superintendent, […]

Cortland, C-ville await feedback on solar plan

June 29, 2020

A Connecticut-based developer hopes to begin construction by the end of the year on two five-megawatt solar facilities in Cortland and Cortlandville. The $29.1 million project, first proposed to Cortland’s planning commission in February, would […]

Solar projects proposed in city, C’ville

February 25, 2020

The Cortland city planning commission got a look Monday night at what could be the city’s first ground-mounted commercial solar project. The project, backed by Source Renewables, a Greenwich, Conn.- based company, would entail a […]