October 28, 2021

Revitalizing restaurants

April 22, 2021

When the pandemic first started in March 2020, there was a concern that A.J.’s Family Diner in Cortland wouldn’t be able to stay open, said general manager Baylee Lockwood. “From all diners, we wouldn’t be […]

Businesses reflect on 2020 with Tenney

March 16, 2021

Greek Peak Mountain Resort and Hope Lake Lodge closed on March 16, 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic reached Cortland County, Wes Kryger, the president of Greek Peak, said Monday. Three days later, 160 people were […]

COVID relief offers boost for cultural hubs

January 6, 2021

The Central New York Living History Center had 20 events planned from the annual Brockway Truck show to weddings — all canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Those cancellations and fewer visitors to the center […]

A cultural reawakening

August 19, 2020

Expect changes for how SUNY Cortland’s Dowd Gallery will operate and what will be shown when it opens Aug. 31, but the worries about content should be put to rest as cultural institutions reopen, said […]

Funds remain for federal paycheck protection

May 7, 2020

The reopening of the popular Paycheck Protection Program, which was recently infused with more federal money after large companies had scooped up much of the initial cash, has already approved twice as many loans for […]