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American Rescue Plan funds small businesses in Cortland

Though the coronavirus pandemic stalled, or even thwarted, many business pursuits, Dana Winant, owner of Common Grounds Café, said that it pushed her to pursue her dream. “I’ve …

Corner Brew in Dryden to begin hiring staff

DRYDEN – Dryden has lacked a community center – a cozy place to hang out for a bit and get a cup of coffee and maybe a sandwich – for a couple of years. That changes next …

Competing concerns at play in Cortlandville development

Standing Tuesday outside an empty storefront in the Cortlandville Crossing plaza, William Freer of Cortland wished that development would come sooner. "It'd be nice if there were more restaurant …

Unemployment in Cortland County rose in December to 3.7% from 3.4% in December 2021, as 500 new workers joined the labor force. State Department of Labor data show that 800 of 22,500 Cortland …

Legislative committee to review responsibilities

A Cortland County Legislature committee will consider Thursday not just giving itself a new name, but taking on new responsibilities. This comes after discussions earlier this month about …

Free costuming class is ‘totally worth the drive’

A professional costumer can make an outfit with hot glue guns, sewing needles and a host of decorative fabrics, but even those without experience creating a costume had a chance to learn from an …

Amy Dickinson hopes to bring food to Freeville

FREEVILLE — Advice columnist Amy Dickinson is used to earning a living with the written word, leaving the hands-on kind of projects to her husband, builder and designer Bruno Schickel. So …

 Cortland County added 400 jobs in December compared with December 2021, an increase of 2.2%. The state Department of Labor has reported that Cortland had 18,500 jobs, more than the 18,100 of …

Bright times or dark day

John Soshinsky of Solon sees the state’s approval Monday of a 90-megawatt solar power farm power, partly on his land, as a means to secure his family’s future.Neighbor Stephen Furlin sees …

‘A little boost for small businesses’

Grants of up to $35,000 will be distributed next month to budding Cortland businesses with five or fewer employees as a part of the citywide microenterprise assistance program. Co-owners of …

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