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Unemployment in Cortland County ticked up a bit in June, to 4.1% from 3.9%, as the work force shrank by about 100 workers. The county’s labor pool shrank to 22,000 people in June from …

Farm revived to house horses, riding facility

A Cortlandville riding school that hadn’t been used that way in nearly 25 years is back in operation following five years of restoration and with a riding school that was a teen-ager’s …

Gov. Kathy Hochul unveiled guidelines Thursday for the $500 million Green CHIPS Community Investment Fund, which was created as part of an incentive agreement between Micron and Empire State …

The Cortland Area Chamber will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Up Boxed, a packing and shipping outlet at the Grand Union shopping plaza on Route 281 in Cortlandville. The event will be 1:30 …

Main Street losing nearly 50 parking spaces

Main Street’s redesign will eliminate 46 to 48 parking spaces once it converts to angled parking, and Cortland officials are still trying to figure out where to replace them. Mayor Scott …

Cortland County added 200 jobs between June 2023 and last month, all of them in the manufacturing sector. Cortland County’s job count rose to 18,500, show data released Thursday by the …

‘A shockingly long way to go’

The adoption of the Americans with Disabilities Act 34 years ago was the start of improvement, but not the end, Cortland County’s leading advocate said as she discussed its upcoming …

New York State Electric & Gas announced this week that it has prepared for a more-active hurricane season, days after the remnants of Hurricane Beryl cut power to thousands of utility customers. …

ITHACA — Cayuga Health and Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes have announced their affiliation effective July 1. “The Cayuga Cancer Center has worked closely with CRC for …

Thousands of SUNY Cortland Alumni are registered for the alumni weekend next week, which begins Thursday, according to an email from the SUNY Cortland Alumni Association. From July 11 to 14, …

Cortland SPCA loses key leaders, seeks donations, may close

  Less than four months after naming two long-time employees to lead the organization, the Cortland Community SPCA has experienced a serious setback with the resignation of one …

Cortlandville comprehensive plan should be ready by end of year

The head of the committee developing Cortlandville’s comprehensive plan for the town’s future said he wants to get a completed plan to the Town Board between September and December. …

$9M grant fuels Dryden Fiber expansion plans

Now that the town of Dryden has been awarded a $9 million grant by that state of New York, town residents – and those of the town of Caroline – may want some answers on when they can get …

SMYRNA – A contractor on a Chenango County job site was fined nearly $84,000 for safety violations, some of which could have prevented a workers’ fatal fall in December 2023, the …

Unemployment in Cortland County rose to 4% in May from 3.4% a year earlier, as the number of working people remained stable, but the number of workers seeking jobs ticked up by 100. The …

Cortland County gained 800 jobs in May from May 2023, rising to 19,100 jobs. State Department of Labor data released this week show modest but broad increases across a number of industries. …

The city of Cortland will distribute 97 more carbon dioxide and smoke detectors donated by Green Mountain Electric Supply of Cortland at an event at 9 a.m. Friday at the Homer Avenue business. …

DRYDEN — The deadline for military veterans to apply to earn free training in the semiconductor industry is July 1, Tompkins Cortland Community College announced Thursday. The 12-week …

Trinity Valley a century in the making

Trinity Valley dairy products result from decisions made over the past 100 years by an upstate New York family (now headed by Ken and Sue Poole; Branden and Rebekah Brown). Vision, ambition, …

Tax break approved for C’ville solar farm

A 32-acre solar farm in Cortlandville will get a $476,000 break on its property taxes, which the Cortland County Industrial Development Agency approved Monday in a big step to install the panels off …

Discount chain Ollie’s Bargain Outlet has announced it will open June 26 at its Riverside Plaza location, the company’s website says. Company officials could not be reached for …

Homer DRI: One project funded, the other pivoted

When the village of Homer sent its wishlist for the $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative to the state, two projects were listed at 41 James St. – one was funded, the other pulled. …

Business going well for microenterprise grant recipients

  Kellie Maher swung her 18-month-old, Kayson Ellis, at PlayD8 in McGraw – a smile on his face as his eyelids fluttered shut, relaxing into the fabric swing. Maher’s …

The Cortland Standard won an award over the weekend for opinion writing from the New York News Publishers Association. The prize, Distinguished Editorial Writing, was awarded for a collection of …

Development agency seeks to inventory developable sites

Sometimes, the first step is knowing what you have. That’s the approach that Cortland County’s Business Development Corp. and Industrial Development Agency began tackling earlier in …

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