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Neighbor to Neighbor (formerly Love Knows No Bounds) is a small nonprofit organization that helps with furniture redistribution and small home repair programs in Tompkins County and the city of … more
Parents in the Trumansburg Central School District (TCSD) may have noticed the increase of local ingredients used in school meals this school year, in addition to more gluten-free, vegetarian and … more
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
As a little girl, no more than age 7, who grew up in the house at 123 Church St. in Groton, Norma Samson told her parents, “If you ever move out of this house, I’m going to move right … more
Until I served on a school board, I had only a vague understanding of the census. Every 10 years, as mandated in the Constitution, the government asks every household in America a handful of … more
On Aug. 22, I arrived – overwhelmed and confused – to the place I will call home for the next three years. A transfer student from California, I had never visited Cornell, let alone … more
The 2019 Laura Holmberg Award, which recognizes unsung heroes in the community who have made an impact through volunteer work, was presented to Groton resident, Heidi Goldstein, by the Women’s … more
TCNS awarded Thomas L. Ferretti Award At a celebration of their 60th anniversary at Garrett’s Brewing on Sunday, Oct. 27, Trumansburg Community Nursery School (TCNS) was awarded the Thomas … 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
I’m a Republican, run the party for the county and am a member of the Lansing Republican Committee. For as long as I’ve been in politics, I’ve tried to make my party representative … more
Ten-year-old Hudson Scaglione is no stranger to the Groton Central School Board of Education. Scaglione was invited to its meeting on Monday, Oct. 21 to be recognized as the board formally accepted … 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
On Thursday, Oct. 24, the Village of Trumansburg Planning Board voted to conditionally approve the application for development of 46 South St., also known as Crescent Way. The vote allows … more
When Loisanne Posluszny, 71, came to Ithaca from Connecticut about five years ago, she was recently divorced, in a new neighborhood and looking to find someone new. As many do in today’s dating … more
A potential annexation of land along Route 96 at the south end of the village has some residents questioning on social media the value of annexation to the village. To help explain this, here's a … more
It was a rainy and blustery night when I met with Dianna and Diella Niño at the Groton Public Library recently to hear about the recent awards each of them earned through Girl Scouts. Both … more
Community isn’t always just about people. When Steven Woinoski, a young man in his mid-20s with twin babies on the way, decided to move to Ithaca to provide a better environment in which to … 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
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
Cornell undergraduates are deepening their knowledge of Cornell University Library’s abundant scholarly resources by helping those with no access to them: incarcerated individuals at Cayuga … more
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