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Early last month, local parent Elisabeth Harrod launched Purpose Parenting, a mentoring business where she helps parents get through the many challenges that come with raising a child. What started … more
Donna George knew since eighth grade that she wanted to be a social worker. “It must’ve been something I had a real desire to do,” she said. “I think it just came natural … more
Sarah Glogowski, executive director of Finger Lakes Library System, literally grew up in a library. “I grew up living in the Weller Library in Mohawk, New York,” she said. “My … more
When asked what role Foodnet serves in Tompkins County, Executive Director Jessica Gosa got to the heart of the matter. “Nationally, 33% of all seniors admitted to the hospital have a … more
One of the more fluid websites in Cornell University’s online universe is “Economic Impact and Entrepreneurship” at, featuring my unit’s annual … more
Elaan Greenfield, owner of jewelry company Dear Elaan and metalworking business The Metal Smithery, began her metalworking journey over a decade ago, in 2007. “I was looking for a piece of … more
In 2011, Dublin, Ireland, native and artist Gavin Donohoe moved to New York City with his wife, Adira Sharp. In 2018, his art was featured at The Cherry Artspace in Ithaca, and not long after, the … more
When Frank H.T. Rhodes retired from the Cornell presidency in 1995 - after 18 years of service - about half of the university’s then-living undergraduate alumni (appx. 123,000) had attended … more
In late January, the Downtown Ithaca Alliance (DIA) launched GO ITHACA, a pilot commuter benefits program that strives to incentivize Ithaca and county residents to limit their use of … more
In 2006, owner Larry VanOstrand, along with manager Jeff Hopkins, took over the operation of Instant Replay Sports on Third Street in Ithaca, turning their love of sporting goods into a small … more
By Jessica WickhamTompkins weekly The Ithaca High School robotics team, Code Red Robotics, is officially in build season for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) … more
It’s been over six months since City Centre opened, bringing 192 housing units and new business spaces to downtown Ithaca. The project went through a long journey to come to fruition, ... more
An anonymous donor has pledged $200,000 to New Roots Charter School to help it address the fiscal and enrollment issues that led the SUNY Board of Trustees Charter Schools Committee to place the high … more
Cayuga Addiction Recover Services (CARS) is expanding in 2020, offering more services for county residents and beyond. CARS has had a co-ed residential facility at 6621 Rt. 227 in Trumansburg for … more
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