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Seneca County meth lab busted; illegal guns seized
Kyle G. Clawson, 41, and Meredith J. Bell, 42, both of 1925 Seneca Road in Lodi, were charged Monday after authorities executed a search warrant at their home.
An Ithaca Thanksgiving means several open eateries and free meals
Where can you dine in and around Ithaca and Tompkins County over the upcoming Thanksgiving weekend? As always, there will be a few eateries open, plus some community meals, and we’ve got the details. Eateries inboldare open on Thanksgiving.
Ithaca auction house named in nearly $250K judgment by state Attorney General
The judgment means Finger Lakes Estate and Auction and owner Charles Dorsey, must pay $237,739 in full consumer restitution for profits from sales of consigned items that were never paid as well as $12,000 in civil penalties. The auction house must also retain a trustee to handle all of the money fr
Ithaca is first to declare itself a 'free range kid city'
Parents in Ithaca, New York, can now let their kids play freely without fear of being punished for it. The city has just declared itself a "free range kid city, where kids have a right to unsupervised time and parents have the right to grant it to them."
Ithaca Police and Tompkins health officials looking for dog that bit a person
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Helicopter called in after crash on South Hill
(Photo: GETTY IMAGES / File Photo)A personal injury accident occurred Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of East King Road and Troy Road.The two cars were involved in a t-bone accident around 3:50 p.m., Tompkins County Dispatch reported. The Ithaca Fire Department and Bangs Ambulance were among t
Ithaca scores 85 on HRC’s LGBT report
A recently published report from the Human Rights Campaign gave Ithaca a score of 85 out of 100 for LGBT community protections in the municipality, marking continued progress from the city but leaving room for improvement, in the eyes of the HRC, in some key areas.
Cayuga County judge 'reluctantly' sentences woman to probation for deadly crash
In June 2017, Kadesha Dunham, 25, attempted to pass a concrete truck on Franklin Street Road in Sennett. On Dunham's third attempt to pass the truck — in a no passing zone on a blind hill — she smashed head-on into an east bound pickup truck. The pickup truck's driver, William Curtis, of Skaneateles
“Play it Again, Ithaca” seeks used musical instruments for refurbishment program
Play it Again, Ithaca’s is looking for donations to their instrument recycling program. After receiving the instruments, the group has them professionally repaired. The refurbished instruments are given to the Ithaca City School District who use them in their music education program.
IPD issues advisory about cold-weather gorge trips
Even though ice can appear to be safer to walk on, he wrote, it can be dangerously thin; which can make traversing the trails and gorges difficult to walk along. Some local and state trails have already closed with many more soon to follow. Tyler is encouraging people to dress appropriately for both
Three burglaries reported at Ithaca College's Circle Apartments
Other residents reported an unknown person entered Circle Apartment 180 and Circle Apartment 10 between 11:30 p.m. Friday, November 9, and 9:30 a.m. Saturday and stole TVs, video game equipment and laptop computers while people were sleeping in each apartment, another Ithaca College news release sta
Rape and sexual assault cases against 2 men including Tompkins deputy remain on hold
TOMPKINS COUNTY, N.Y. —The cases of two Tompkins County men, including a Tompkins County Sheriff’s deputy, charged in December 2017 with rape and sexual assault remain on hold. Though trials were originally scheduled this summer, they have been adjourned awaiting a decision from the appellate court
Little accumulation likely with winter weather advisory
“I don’t expect main roads to be very messy” on Tuesday, Meteorologist Drew Montreuil of Finger Lakes Weather tells us. “Mostly just wet.” In aforecast posted Monday morning, Drew said he expects about an inch of accumulation for the Ithaca area, but a few inches around the Bath and Cortland areas.
NYSEG repairing power outages around Southern Tier after snow overnight
New York State Electric and Gas reported1,704 customers without power by mid-morning, with no estimated time of restoration.
Cortaca Halftime Report: Penalties cripple Cortland, Ithaca leads 21-7 - Cortland Voice Cortaca Halftime Report: Penalties cripple Cortland, Ithaca leads 21-7
The Red Dragons had 10 penalties called against them in the first half, resulting in a total net loss of 92 yards. The Bombers, meanwhile have only had one penalty called on them for a loss of 10 yards.
Farm Ops program gives veteran farmers a boost
Cornell’s Small Farms program has developed a special initiative dedicated to serving veterans who are looking to become farmers. The Farm Ops program has helped many veterans, home from serving in the armed forces, learn the necessary skills to not just maintain a farm but to ensure that their farm
Van transporting several passengers rolls over in Tioga County
Tracy Keener, assistant assistant chief for the Richford Fire Department, said the van was traveling from Pennsylvania to Ithaca.
Auburn police ask for help locating missing teen
Tresny Stevens, 16, reportedly ran away from 202 Franklin St. in Auburn last week. No clothing description was available and her whereabouts are unknown.
Cortaca 2018 Recap: Final score, interviews, and playoff predictions - Cortland Voice Cortaca 2018 Recap: Final score, interviews, and playoff predictions
CORTLAND, N.Y. — Despite a strong effort at a comeback in the second half, the Cortland Red Dragons fell to the Ithaca Bombers, 24-21, in the 60th annual Cortaca Jug Game.
Does cramming work? | The Ithacan
The end of the semester is slowly approaching,a fact thatmeans that the final few rounds of exams are almost upon us. While every professor wants their students to thoroughly study for each of their classes, there just isn’t enough time to appropriately do so for every exam. In response, students ne