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Homer OKs parking changes

February 12, 2020

Cathy Robinson paused Tuesday on Main Street in Homer before a three-minute errand inside the post office. “Every day, I see people parked right there, where there’s a no-parking sign,” she said, pointing down the […]

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, […]

City rings in 2020 with upbeat resolutions

January 2, 2020

For the Wilson family of Cortland, 2019 was a “fabulous” year, said Louis Wilson. He’s hoping for more of this same in 2020. Ella Wilson, Louis Wilson’s daughter, started her freshman year at Kenyon College […]

Blocked curb cuts limit access

December 13, 2019

For the young and healthy, sidewalks covered with ice and snow are annoyances, not impassible barriers. But for people with mobility problems — the elderly and people with disabilities — improperly cleared sidewalks present a […]

2 restaurant owners charged over taxes

December 13, 2019

Two Cortland restaurant owners face felony charges, accused of failing to report more than $5 million in sales — and failing pay more than $380,000 in sales tax between 2011 and 2015 from three restaurant […]

Wild Ginger sued after illness

November 14, 2019

A lawsuit has been filed against Wild Ginger Asian Fusion restaurant after eight people got a food-borne illness after dining at the establishment. “We’ve been contacted by others, but I can’t comment further than that,” […]

8 confirmed illnesses from Cortland restaurant

November 7, 2019

Eight people contracted a gastrointestinal illness linked to a downtown Cortland restaurant, which has been temporarily closed, county health officials said Wednesday. The eight people ate between Oct. 18 and Oct. 31 at Wild Ginger […]

83-85 Main St. project applies for tax breaks

October 7, 2019

A proposal for a downtown development to receive tax breaks from the Cortland County Industrial Development Agency will be discussed at public hearing 10 a.m. Oct. 15 at the IDA office at 37 Church St. […]

Hochul reviews downtown revitalization progress

September 26, 2019

Lt Gov. Kathy Hochul strolled Wednesday down Main Street in Cortland as Mayor Brian Tobin updated her on a $10 million state investment in the urban core. Expect stakeholder meetings to begin within a couple […]

Vaping rule bitter for some

September 20, 2019

Daily Grind co-owner Sammy Ali and customer Will Jones of Groton were in agreement as Ali sold Jones a flavored electronic cigarette materials at the Main Street, Cortland, shop. Both objected to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s […]

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