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The new building going up two doors south from the Triphammer-Peruville Road intersection will be a 12,000-square-foot, single-story, mixed-use facility aimed at bringing professional services closer … more
Rogue’s Harbor Inn plans to re-open the inn’s bar and restaurant in January. The “Corner Pub at Rogues’ Harbor” will offer drinks and dinner under the management of … more
When fall comes to Lansing, so do the combines. The nine-ton behemoths lumber across the land, taking in whole plants in the front, scattering stalks out the back and magically spitting out … more
Tompkins Weekly had an exclusive interview with the candidate for Lansing town supervisor. Read what Ed LaVigne, Incumbent, Republican, Independent and Michael Koplinka-Loehr, Democrat, had to say about where they would take the administration. more
Republican Lansing Town Supervisor Ed LaVigne will voluntarily appear before the town ethics board to attempt to clear his name following the distribution of an anonymous flier drawing a connection … more
The name Tornusciolo (Tour-nish-you-low) can be seen on both rosters of the Lansing varsity soccer teams. Julian is a senior leader and midfielder for the two-time state champions boys team, and his … more
An Oct. 7 New York State Department of Transportation (NYS DOT) travel advisory reducing weight limits on the Route 34B bridge over Salmon Creek to 18 tons and mandating one-way alternating traffic … more
For about a month, there have been two sets of traffic lights hanging above the intersection of Peruville Road and Triphammer Road and at the corner of Route 34B and East Shore Drive. One set is … more
The Friends of Salt Point gathered in the natural area at Myers Point Sept. 21 to clean up after a busy summer season and get a head start on six fenced plots where they will replace non-native, … more
Tracy McLellan of Ludlowville will be the featured artist at the Tompkins County Quilters Guild’s 2019 Quilt Show to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 5 and 6 at the TC3 Field House in … more
School is back in session, and kids all around the county are finding something different on their lunch trays – local foods and new recipes, all part of the county’s new Farm to School … more
Slow down a little the next time you cross the Myer’s Road bridge over Salmon Creek, and take a look at the stone installed on the lakeside, Myers-side corner last August. The stone … more
The torrential downpour that soaked the boys soccer scrimmages had subsided when the 14 girls soccer teams took the field at Bond Fest last Wednesday. In the aftermath, the afternoon of soccer took … more
The conditions at Bond Fest were not optimal. Torrential rain poured from the sky down onto the five fields in Trumansburg, where 17 boys high school soccer teams were gathered for a day of … more
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month, and the Finger Lakes Independence Center (FLIC) is making an effort to include people with disabilities and older adults with access and other … more
The schedule for the third annual Lansing Community Celebration is set, according to Lansing Events Committee member Barb Gregg. The carnival is planned for Sept. 6 and 7 at the Lansing Central Fire … more
Let’s say you coach a high school sports team that has won two consecutive state championships. The seniors that led last year’s team have graduated; your rising senior captains are … more
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