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Dryden High School will hold a delayed graduation ceremony on July 31 in the hopes that easing COVID-19 restrictions will allow for a somewhat normal celebration of the schools’ graduating … 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
On May 25, Ithaca College professor Cynthia Henderson, like so many in the county and country, heard the news that George Floyd, a black man from Minneapolis, had died after a white police officer … more
The town of Dryden is slated to install public broadband internet access beginning in 2021, connecting residents not currently serviced by Spectrum or other private companies. The project will make … more
Dryden softball reached the Section IV playoffs last year at the Class B level and was set to bring back a young team of 11 athletes with only two seniors. After excitement started brewing for the … more
A campus-wide “Mission of Gratitude” initiative has been underway on the campus of The William George Agency for Children’s Services (WGA) and the George Junior Republic Union Free … more
Greta Perl, like many in the county, saw her business, the Commons toy store Alphabet Soup, change drastically due to COVID-19. She had to close her storefront, offering website orders and delivery … more
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