October 27, 2021

Main Street redesign planning on track

March 24, 2021

Planning and designs for work on Main Street in Cortland under the $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative is almost fully complete, but no timeframe for construction has been set, city officials said Tuesday. The roughly […]

County housing survey to finish this month

February 3, 2021

Homer Deputy Mayor Pat Clune has had his hands full rehabilitating his historic home on Main Street. This week, he came head to head with a heating issue that’s had him racking his mind for […]

Cortland OKs deal to clean up Noss Park brownfield

January 20, 2021

The Cortland Common Council voted unanimously Tuesday for Cortland Mayor Brian Tobin to enter into a contract for a company to remediate contamination at the Noss Park industrial site. The contract — worth $247,316 — […]

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 […]

A home accessible to anyone

September 19, 2020

Most of the homes in Cortland County were built in the 1940s and 1950s, according to Aaron Baier, the executive director of Access to Independence of Cortland County Inc. Dawn Hapgood’s house on Cortland’s Huntington […]

City seeks to help Homer Avenue project

August 18, 2020

The city of Cortland may vote tonight to hire Thoma Development Consultants to help it seek $500,000 in grants to develop a $4.5 million project on Homer Avenue. Mack Cook, the city’s director of administration […]

Cortland employers settle in for the long haul

July 30, 2020

Jackie Leaf, the executive director of Seven Valleys Health Coalition, says that over the past few months of the coronavirus pandemic, she has missed working with her eight other employees in person. “You miss that […]