October 24, 2021

Start dialing with ‘607’

September 25, 2021

Jennifer Christie went through her phone Friday while sitting on a bench at Suggett Park in Cortland. When she wants to make a call, she doesn’t have to worry about dialing in the 607 area […]

Cleanup, repairs on track

September 15, 2021

Work to repair damage caused by a hillside collapse that closed a Preble road last week could finish today with further mitigation work potentially finishing by the end of the week. Cortland County Highway Superintendent […]

Making a first impression

May 22, 2021

Under the piercing sun and hot weather Friday, a crew from C&S Cos. chiseled and worked on a stone entry sign at Pomeroy Street and Clinton Avenue in Cortland. That sign, part of the Gateway […]

Measure for low-cost broadband backed

April 10, 2021

Cortland and Tompkins county officials said Friday they supported a part of the recently enacted state budget requiring internet service providers to offer $15 a month service to qualifying low-income households, but said internet service […]

Stimulus includes $358M to improve broadband

March 13, 2021

The $1.9 trillion federal stimulus package spends $358 million to improve broadband internet access in New York, but Cortland County doesn’t expect much help. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced Monday that $23.8 billion was secured […]

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. […]

Police to ticket Otter Creek Place entry

March 12, 2020

DO NOT ENTER reads the flashing sign, indicating the demise of a popular crosstown shortcut. The sign went up Monday at Otter Creek Place and Groton Avenue, following the Feb. 3 passage of a local […]

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