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Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and Assemb. Barbara Lifton talk childcare from Cortland’s Suggett Park; More than $85K in federal assistance on the way to Cortlandville Fire Department; Democratic presidential candidate to attend SUNY Cortland opioid forum via telecast; Town of Virgil restricts waste disposal at its Van Donsel Road transfer station;

Ithaca police officer struck by vehicle while directing traffic; Cortland First Transit begins three new bus routes; Cortland Common Council to vote on city workers’ comp plan at tomorrow night’s meeting; Gov. Cuomo announces executive action to ban flavored e-cigarettes;

Community mourns the death of former head of counseling at Cornell University; Local resources to remember during September’s National Suicide Prevention Month; Cortland County D.S.S. seeking to fill five caseworker positions.

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