Community-Oriented Police Officer Building Relationships and Trust

Cortland City Police Officer Jesse Abbott spoke at the April Food for Thought session sharing information about his new role as a community-oriented police officer for the Cortland City Police Department. A 17 year veteran of the police force, Abbott’s … Continued

Got Pills? Next Medication Collection Event Scheduled for April 29!

The next medication collection event is Saturday, April 29th.  Your unused or expired prescription medications, over the counter medications, and pet medications can be dropped off at Cortlandville Fire Department from 9am-1pm or Cincinnatus Fire Department from 9am-12pm. Have you … Continued

SUNY Cortland Residence Life Students Give Back to the Community

We have some amazing students at SUNY Cortland who do so many positive things to benefit the Cortland community. The college recently hosted the 40th Annual Residence Life Conference and FCS was honored to be the beneficiary of the silent … Continued

Alcohol Awareness Month: Talking with Kids About Alcohol

My kids are only in middle school, do I really have to talk to them about alcohol? Children and teenagers are naturally curious about alcohol – they see people drinking- and they want to know more. Kids will be influenced … Continued

Cortland LGBTQ Center to Host Anti-Discrimination Workshop – Register Now!

The Cortland LGBTQ Center is partnering with Project Reach to host a 4-hour, interactive, participant-centered, Anti-Discrimination Workshop for Cortland community leaders. We will address ways to end discrimination and injustice in order to create substantive and sustainable culture change. All … Continued

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