Trumansburg Connection
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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
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
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
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
While we still have some warm days ahead, the leaves are changing and fall is here. The Taughannock Park and Black Diamond trails are still open, but colder weather looms in the near future, and for … more
Habitat for Humanity offers T-burg home Habitat for Humanity of Tompkins and Cortland Counties (TCHFH) is looking for homebuyers! They will be taking applications for homeownership until November … more
The face of Main Street is changing with a change of ownership of Good to Go! Trumansburg Market. When opening Good to Go!, current owner Nana Monaco never aspired to be a small business owner, … more
Social media tends to get a bad rap and, in fact, has become a platform for people to give their opinions in disrespectful ways, even attacking others because of their opinions. I will admit I have … more
The weather is changing, but there is still so much going on in the Trumansburg area! There is something for everyone, from book sales and fundraisers to a variety of classes, so come on out to … more
At the end of the 2018/2019 school year, the district bid farewell to six instructional staff members and one school counselor who, combined, offered an incredible 225 years of experience. On the … more
The Trumansburg Blue Raiders football players hit the field last week for the first time since 2013, with full rosters for both the varsity and modified teams. The decision to end a team merger with … more
Since 1999, Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications has been home to Scott Hamula, an associate professor of advertising whose career has brought him from young aspirations to a … more
Mid-August has me craving the crisp nights and structure that come with fall, paired with the wonder of the late summer harvest. Sundays usually find me cooking savory tomato pies, sweet corn salsa … more
As the weather takes a quick turn to cold, it is our inclination to bundle up and stay in the warmth of our homes, but there is so much food to be enjoyed in Trumansburg! Restaurant events, … more
Standardized testing is holding strong as the benchmark for measuring student success, although some schools are able to push back against teacher-based methods in favor of implementing student-based … more
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