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Enjoying the dog days

Tammy Barrows-Goddard wanted to remember her chocolate lab, Josie, in a special way. When the dog died, the Cortland woman started a canine comfort service – called “Josie’s …

‘It affects everything’

As prices rise for seemingly all consumer products, the added costs are putting pressure on business owners and residents in the greater Cortland area. The annual inflation rate was 8.3% in April, …

C’ville considers additional nonprofit funding

After receiving 16 applications from nonprofits for 10 grants from the American Rescue Plan, the Cortlandville Town Board on Wednesday discussed increasing the number of grants.The original plan in …

Flower shop’s roots run deep

A crowd gathered Tuesday outside Arnold’s Florist on Cayuga Street in Homer to commemorate a 130-year tradition that continues to bloom to this day. A blue marker had been erected along the …

Grad weekend a boon

On a warm, sunny Saturday in the city of Cortland, Main Street was filled with visitors for SUNY Cortland graduation weekend Restaurants such as Hairy Tony’s, Brix pizza place, Bru 64 and …

Opportunity for growth

Landscaping and greenhouses in the greater Cortland area are full of blooming flowers and other plants this spring, and while they are seeing more business, their costs are also growing. “We …

Imagination takes flight

Entering the Cortland Corset Building is reminiscent of entering a superhero hideout in the comic books. The creaking floors that sound hollow to walk across and the pungent smell of incense from …

2 area businesses added to cannabis growers

Trever Sherman has been building greenhouses for the past month at his Freeville business, Ithaca Organics, as he awaited word that he can fill them with a new crop. Sherman received the news …

Health care as it's happening

All Wanda Rawson and her crew at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center wanted to do was walk into a patient's room and get a meal order, maybe make the stay just a little more pleasant. But they couldn't. Patients were isolated: COVID-19.

Happy trails

Gabrielle McCracken was looking for an activity to keep her sons — Oliver, 3, and Sebastian, 5 — busy during the pandemic last winter when she turned to skiing at Greek Peak Mountain …

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