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Fundraiser will help construct building for NYSP K9s

ELMIRA, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - A chicken BBQ benefiting local K9 officers was held at the Elmira Elks club Saturday afternoon. Organizer Renee Chalk says she's hoping to raise enough money to construct a building where the dogs can run and be active. This past summer Chalk held an event that raised enou

WETM - 2017-09-23 21:48:53

Review: Comics for the week of 9/20

Staff Writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier read a few of the latest comic releases, here's what they thought of them. Avengers #11: Written by Mark Waid Drawn by Mike Del Mundo It's time for the Avengers to regroup. Following the events of "Secret Empire," the Avengers have lost their headquarters.

THEITHACAN.ORG - 2017-09-23 15:00:03

CNY swimming holes perfect for summer that won't end (video)

Ithaca, N.Y.-- With historically high September temperatures in the high eighties this weekend, many took advantage of summer's stubborn hold on Central New York and sought out their favorite swimming spots. In the Ithaca area, Flat Rock on the Fall Creek near Cornell University drew dozens to froli

SYRACUSE.COM - 2017-09-23 23:03:18

Q&A: Meet IC's new vice president of student affairs and campus life

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado announced Sept. 21 the creation of the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life and the appointment of a vice president to head that division. This is the first time in six years that the Division of Student Affairs will be a standalone office at the co

THEITHACAN.ORG - 2017-09-23 18:06:04

2 Connecticut officers shot by man suspected of shooting wife

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Authorities say two police officers have been shot in Connecticut by a man they suspect shot his wife first. New Haven police spokesman Officer David Hartman says two officers responded to an apparent domestic shooting at a home in the city Saturday morning. When the officers arri

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-23 19:39:04

The world's smallest diner

Watkins Glen (N.Y.) - It's called the world's smallest diner. The diner opened a month ago on N Franklin St. in Watkins Glen. It causes a lot of smiles, and people stopping to see what it is all about. Gerry Collins, 47, is behind the idea and says most people call it crazy. "Basically when you get

WETM - 2017-09-22 22:25:34

Compelling team battles on horizon in cross country

Considering the number of state championships Section 4 teams have produced in football and softball in recent years, you could make a case for either of those sports as the premier offerings out of the section. But if you approach that debate looking at athletes from a national perspective, a stron

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-21 19:49:00

Ex-Millport treasurer stole $4K in public funds, comptroller says

Thomas C. Margeson, 43, of Horseheads is a deputy chief with the Horseheads Village Fire Department and is also a lieutenant with the Corning Fire Department. Maggie Gilroy / Staff video A former village of Millport treasurer was arrested Monday on charges of theft, the State Comptroller's office s

STAR-GAZETTE - 2017-09-21 15:31:09

Former village of Millport treasurer indicted on grand larceny charges

MILLPORT, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - The former village of Millport treasurer was arrested for felony grand larceny Monday after an investigation and audit found she allegedly stole more than $4,000 in public funds, said State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. 65-year-old Dawn Haverley was charged with grand la

WETM - 2017-09-21 14:57:58

Harmful algae blooms found in Seneca Lake samples

Cyanobacteria, commonly referred to as harmful algae blooms or blue-green algae, have been identified for the first time this year in water samples taken from Seneca Lake. Harmful algae blooms, also known as HABs, can be harmful to people and animals. All 11 water samples collected on Sept. 16 and

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-22 14:52:07

WENY News - Former Millport treasurer arrested for allegedly stealing funds

MILLPORT, NY (WENY) - The former Village of Millport Treasurer has been arrested for allegedly stealing public funds. According to New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, Dawn Haverley stole more than $4,000 in public funds. She's charged with 3rd degree Grand Larceny. Haverley was arraigned in

NEWSCHANNEL 36 - 2017-09-21 16:39:00

Horseheads man honors veterans, scientists, other heroes in sculpture garden

Hidden in the trees of Acker Road in Horseheads is a 40-acre whimsical wonderland with over 700 twisted, robust metal sculptures. Cornelius Lyon, 79, devotes each work to "ordinary people who do extraordinary things." Wochit Hidden in the trees and foliage lining Acker Road in Horseheads is a 40-ac

STAR-GAZETTE - 2017-09-22 18:16:32

Review: Singles for the week of 9/23

Life and Culture Editor Jake Leary listened to some of the singles that came out this week, here's what he thought of them. "Changes" DeJ Loaf Released Sept. 22 Columbia Records "Changes" was going so well until DeJ Loaf started rapping. The intro is a jazzy '70s showcase of big brass instruments an

THEITHACAN.ORG - 2017-09-23 02:01:52

Horseheads man arrested after allegedly using cell phone to look up women's skirts

HORNELL, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - A Horseheads man is charged with unlawful surveillance and use of imaging device. Hornell Police arrested 56-year-old John Dicinti after a complaint at a local retailer. The complaint alleges that Dicinti used his cell phone to look under the skirts of women. Police stat

WETM - 2017-09-21 22:55:56

Russians tried to hack election systems of 21 states in 2016, officials say

In preparation for the midterms, some states are ditching electronic voting machines for paper ballots, and it's all thanks to Russia. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) reports. Buzz60 MADISON, Wis. - Russians attempted to hack elections systems in 21 states in the run-up to last year's pres

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-22 21:00:29

Company fires employees who didn't work during Irma. Then, rehires them

Lee Health fired Patricia Ney because she left when Hurricane Irma hit Southwest Florida. Thursday, a supervisor called her, asking if she'd take her job back. Lee Health, the largest employer in Lee County, Fla., is scrambling to rehire the employees it decided to release from duty after they fail

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-22 19:23:52

Explorer and educator to give presentation on global warming and polar thawing

As climate change pushes ice farther north each year, it is spurring talk of a gold rush in the Arctic for natural resources, shipping routes, tourism and fishing in one of earth's last largely unexplored regions. (Aug. 23) AP Will Steger, a polar explorer, educator and environmentalist will give a

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-22 19:13:17

Ask Amy: She wants adult son to step up at home

Dear Amy: My 30-year-old son returned to live at home from several states away. He has a college degree, is handsome charming, and quick-witted. His position with a well-known insurance company ended when the contract ran out. Initially I thought he would be living at home for two or three weeks, bu

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-23 05:24:06

Ask Amy: They shun stepfather after he attacks 8-year-old

Dear Amy: I am a dad with two children, ages 11 and 8. Three months ago, we were at my mother and stepfather's house for a family cookout. My 8-year-old son was throwing "pops" on the ground (you know - those firecracker things that pop on cement). Well, apparently, my stepfather became angry and lu

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-23 05:19:04

NY leaders head to ravaged Puerto Rico with supplies and 'love' after Hurricane Maria

Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, at JFK Airport with state leaders and his daughter before they left for Puerto Rico to view the damage from Hurricane Maria. Joseph Spector, Albany Bureau ALBANY - New York leaders on Friday headed to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, bringing a plane full o

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-22 15:10:32