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Women-owned businesses are at the forefront of driving the local economy, and Trumansburg is no exception, as nearly 50 percent of Main Street. businesses are owned by women. The types of … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   Heather McDaniel is a California girl who loves the outdoors, coffee, roller coasters, her two daughters, sunshine, and helping local businesses grow and find stability in … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   We may not be Silicon Valley, but the Ithaca area isn’t without its own success stories when it comes to helping grow and produce startup businesses. At an event held on … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   Hunter Friedland knew he wanted to combine his interest in technology with his career in the hospitality industry, he even knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur, he just … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   With a few relatively easy to accomplish efforts, the Corning Museum of Glass has become one of the most popular area attractions for tourists and visitors from China. Now, … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   Spring is here and warm weather is soon to follow (eventually). But it doesn’t have to be the middle of summer for Ithaca residents to start enjoying a sweet treat from a … more
Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After moving multiple times, and renting from several different landlords, Frank Barletta wanted something that made the process of finding and renting an apartment easier. Not … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After years of appreciating good food and celebrating the culinary world as observers, local couple Sarah Barden and Seth Wraight decided to jump in with their own business: … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   Ithaca’s one-stop-shop for coffee and tattoos has closed its doors for good. When The Shop on East Seneca street opened in 2009 it filled a niche that is hard to describe … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly Like many local businesses, Michaleen’s Florist and Garden Center have become more than just a business, they’ve become a neighbor. In November of 2017 Michaleen’s celebrated their … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly The cold temperatures and falling snow didn’t stop the Downtown Ithaca Alliance from welcoming two new businesses and celebrating a business expansion last week, Jan. 4. In a series of ribbon … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff Downtown Ithaca is trying to make the last push of holiday shopping easier, offering one hour of free parking through December 22. The deal is valid at the Seneca and Green street parking garages. People … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff The public has spoken and Simeon’s American Bistro took home the top crown at the 8th annual Chowder Cook-Off. The public voted at last weekend’s event, which took place on the Commons in conjunction … more
By Jennifer Tavares By any objective measure, my family and I have so much to be grateful for. My husband and I have good jobs, my family is relatively healthy, we have a warm, stable house and vehicles in good repair, our … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   Nominations are now being accepted for Tompkins Connect’s Third annual Fab5 Awards.   The awards, sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company and supported by the Tompkins County … more
By Jolene Almendarez The Ithaca Voice   A ribbon cutting on Ithaca’s West End last Wednesday ended with the clinking of bar glasses as Mayor Svante Myrick, on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, officially … more
By Brian Crandall The Ithaca Voice   In filings with the Town of Ithaca and the Tompkins County Industrial Development Agency, West Hill’s Cayuga Ridge has announced plans to renovate its West Hill facility and add … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff That Ithaca’s downtown is growing is no surprise, with a myriad of construction projects showing clear evidence of that. And three businesses already operating in the heart of the city are adding to that … more
By Sue Henninger Tompkins Weekly October is traditionally a month many associate with beer. Hopshire Farm & Brewery in Freeville aims to give both beer novices and aficionados an authentic taste of how beer-to-table … more
By Jennifer L. Alfieri Many affluent professionals and business owners put estate planning on hold. Only the courts and lawyers stand to benefit from their procrastination. While inaction is the biggest estate planning error, … more
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