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Woman Sues Ithaca Police Saying Dog in K-9 Unit Attacked Her

A woman is seeking unspecified damages from the City of Ithaca and an Ithaca police officer in court after she says she was severely injured by a dog in the Ithaca Police Department's K-9 Unit. Debra S. Brown of Ithaca filed suit against the city and Officer Jamie Buffone last week over an incident

CORNELL DAILY SUN - 2017-11-20 01:42:48

Slip a coin in the Postmodern Jukebox (Ithaca concert review)

Perhaps the greatest takeaway from Postmodern Jukebox's performance on Saturday at the State Theatre of Ithaca is this: It is an inescapable truth that the internet has fast become the fabric of our culture. Oh, also, good news for Ryan Gosling in "La La Land": The spirit of jazz is doing just fine.

SYRACUSE.COM - 2017-11-19 17:35:41

Childhood Fever: Friend or Foe?

Fever is one of the most common reasons parents call the doctor or take their children in for an office visit. They are concerned about getting the fever down as quickly as possible, especially if it seems high. What many parents lose sight of is that fever is not the enemy; rather, it is the underl

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-19 23:00:01

Ask Amy: In-law reaction to cancer treatment creates rift

Lately I have become persona non-grata to my mother-in-law and sister-in-law. Next to my wife, they have been my closest confidants for years. Being so suddenly rejected by these two women really hurts. They claim I could have gotten my wife into an experimental program for her stage 4 cancer and th

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-19 22:38:08

Woman says she was harassed by NY state employee

The allegations of sexual harassment against movie producer Harvey Weinstein, and the lack of outrage, seem shocking. Sadly, incidents like these aren't limited to Hollywood. Ordinary women bravely share their experiences of harassment at work. USA TODAY NEW YORK - An upstate New York woman struggl

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-19 19:19:34

Brew 22 Offers Coffee Break on Route 13

As the main sector connecting three major hubs in the area, Route 13 is a hoppin' - and sometimes start-and-stop slog - of a road. It's the main drag from New York's Route 81 through Cortland to Ithaca and the key connector from Western New York's Route 86 up to the Finger Lakes. In Dryden's section

ITHACA.COM - 2017-11-19 11:00:00

Our Thanksgiving Day newspaper will be something you'll want to get your arms around

North Rockland's Katelyn Tuohy broke her own course record at Bowdoin Park at the New York state Federations cross country meet, running a time of 16:52.4. Nancy Haggerty/lohud You'll want to wrap your arms around our Thanksgiving Day newspaper - if you can! It's the largest newspaper of the year a

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-19 16:36:00

Wreath ceremony will mark anniversary of Ithaca police officer's death

A wreath laying ceremony at 11am today will mark the 21st anniversary of the line-of-duty death of Ithaca Police Department investigator Michael A. Padula. The ceremony will be at his grave site at the Calvary Cemetery on Five Mile Drive. Inv. Michael Padula. Photo courtesy of IPD. Inv. Padula died


Welcoming Snowfall to the North Country

Love it or hate it, it's here... "He was yelling, 'Oh my god, it's snowing!' That's what I woke up to," Rutland resident Heather Haynes said about her father Brooks. While winter is still technically about a month away, Watertown became a snowy wonderland Sunday morning. Some people were prepared...

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 02:38:00

High school athletic directors' ever-busy jobs continue to evolve

The Senior Night football game is one of the most hectic days on the Ogdensburg Free Academy sports calendar. Senior Night brings the normal big crowd for OFA home games plus hordes of family members coming to honor the seniors. Senior Football Night also includes Ogdensburg Pee Wee Football Night a

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-19 13:15:00

Lowville Planning Board conducting courtesy review of village sewer project

LOWVILLE - As a municipal entity, the village does not require a site plan review of its planned $20 million sewage treatment plant upgrade. However, village officials decided to undertake a courtesy Planning Board review of the project, anyway, both as a teaching tool for new board members and a wa

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-20 13:15:00

Home For the Holidays Festival in Lowville

It's home for the holidays at the Lewis County Historical Society's 15th annual festival in Lowville. Organizers say over 500 people attended since Thursday to check out the silent auction on about 20 Christmas trees and 10 wreaths, the gingerbread house displays and a Lionel train display that tra

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 06:03:00

German-American Club Honors POWs Buried Near Fort Drum

Back in World War II, seven prisoners of war were held in the area that is now Fort Drum.. However, their graves near post weren't discovered until around 20 years ago. Sunday, the Watertown German-American Club laid a wreath at the Fort Drum POW cemetery where they're buried on State Route 26. The

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-11-20 02:26:00

Guarding the past: municipal historians keepers of the memories

For nearly 100 years state law has required every municipality - every village, town, city, county - to have a historian. Under the law, the duties of governmental historians are to research and write; teach and hold public presentations; preserve local history and to organize the celebration of hi

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-19 08:30:00

Man Sentenced For Making Meth, Selling Drugs

A 45 year old town of Denmark man is going to prison for making meth and selling drugs. Andrew Perry pleaded guilty in September in Lewis County Court to third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine and fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. He was sentenced Friday to two year


Castorland Woman Admits Setting Fire To Clothes

A 57 year old Castorland woman has admitted to burning someone's clothing. Jennifer Loonan pleaded guilty in Lewis County Court Friday to fourth-degree criminal mischief. In August, officials said Loonan burned the clothes on her Climax Street lawn. She was originally charged with third-degree crimi


TRAFFIC ALERT: State Route 3 back open in Thomas Co. after 4-vehicle wreck

Georgia State Patrol confirmed Sunday night that a wreck involving four vehicles blocked State Route 3 (Highway 19) at Remington Avenue and State Route 122 in Thomas County. According to GSP, the roadway is now back open as of 10 p.m. GSP received the call at 7:06 p.m. Sunday, and the trooper workin

WALB 10 - 2017-11-20 01:14:44

Boy collects canned goods in exchange for lemonade

A boy from Americus spent his Saturday collecting canned foods to help people for the holidays. Ayden Mercer Battle frequently sets up a lemonade stand at Mercer's Barber and Beauty Salon. Saturday, he asked the community to give canned foods instead of money in exchange for his lemonade. Ayden's mo

WALB 10 - 2017-11-20 03:46:11

Poker run raises $1,205 to support Sumter Co. law enforcement

A poker run raised $1,205 to give back to law enforcement in Sumter County in the name of two fallen officers. The Smarr & Smith Foundation organized its first ever Poker Run Saturday. It was a more than 70-mile course throughout Plains, Andersonville and Americus, with poker stops on the way. All t

WALB 10 - 2017-11-20 03:42:55

Motorcycle clubs collect canned goods for Thanksgiving

Three groups of bikers did their part to keep people fed in Southwest Georgia this holiday season. The Remaining Few, the Red Knights and the One for All motorcycle clubs rode from Americus to Cordele Sunday afternoon. The groups collected canned goods throughout the month of October to donate to Ha

WALB 10 - 2017-11-20 03:34:49