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COVID-19 has had a huge impact on small businesses across the nation and in our backyard. One of the businesses in Ithaca that was forced to temporarily close was the Finger Lakes Running Company … more
After having to shut down and switch to delivery and curbside mid-March, Bellwether Hard Cider has finally been able to return to some kind of normalcy thanks to phase three of the county reopening. … more
Earlier this month, Cayuga Health announced that it is partnering with Ithaca-based GiveGab to hold a 24-hour fundraiser to help replenish financial resources that have taken a significant hit due to … more
Rachel Hogancamp has lived in Ithaca for over 30 years and has owned her business, Rasa Spa, for nearly 15. While she’s seen Rasa grow significantly in that time - providing services in Ithaca, … more
Restaurants and personal care businesses in Dryden took a step toward normalcy on June 12, as the region’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions permit indoor service at 50% capacity. Additional … more
GreenStar Food Co-Op opened its new location at 770 Cascadilla St. in May 2019. The flagship store boasts an expanded selection of prepared foods with an emphasis on vegetarian and vegan options. … more
By nature, public libraries are gathering places for their communities. During this time, libraries have had to reimagine how to do this responsibly while still serving their … more
The Houseworths have been running Cabin View Alpacas just outside the village of Trumansburg for nearly a decade now, and thanks to phase two, the much-loved farm can continue to provide animals that … more
On June 9 at noon, Homegrown Skateshop on the Ithaca Commons presented a nearly $50,000 check to Greater Ithaca Activities Center (GIAC), money which had been raised for youth activities in Tompkins … more
Tompkins County officials held a live-streamed weekly town hall on Thursday evening, and shared updates on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and responded to racial injustices, including the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN. **This is an official release from Tompkins County administration. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article. more
  Tompkins County Public Library is pleased to announce its Monday, June 15, 2020 re-opening for curbside and in-lobby pickup of library materials.   Patrons will be able to … more
This year’s Giving is Gorges, a day celebrating and promoting county philanthropy, undoubtedly came at a rough economic time for residents, but that didn’t stop folks in Trumansburg from … more
Last month, the Rotary Club of Ithaca created “Tastes of Gorges,” a socially connected and safely distanced supper club that helps to support local restaurant owners and staff. Husband … more
Affordable housing organization to offer rent relief for up to three months to eligible households across four counties. **This is an official notice from Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article. more
  According to an announcement Friday from Governor Cuomo, Tompkins County, as part of the Southern Tier Region, can begin phase two of reopening as of 1:00pm Friday, 5/29. The delayed … more
After being closed for nearly two months, one of Trumansburg’s favorite pizzerias has made a comeback. Almost 17 years ago, Fabrizio Gangi moved to Trumansburg from his home in Italy, … more
Earlier this month, Ithaca’s Silo Food Truck reopened for the season, serving signature dishes like fried chicken and mac and cheese at Liquid State Brewing on 620 W. Green St. in Ithaca, … more
In years past, realtors and car salespeople could count on the spring and summer months being their best time for sales. But, as it has done for many other … more
The Southern Tier region of New York has been in phase one of reopening for a week and is on track to move on to phase two on May 29th. Tompkins County Administrator Jason Molino said in response to the State COVID-19 Dashboard numbers for the Southern Tier, “We are well-positioned to graduate to the next phase, and future phases from there.” more
**This is an official release from the TC3. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article.  Dryden, New York – The Tompkins Cortland Community College athletics department will pay tribute to the Class of 2020 on the night the College was to have celebrated commencement. more
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