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Tompkins Weekly Staff As summer-like temperatures linger into fall, it may be difficult to fathom colder temperatures lurking in the near future. And, the change of seasons into shorter – and colder – days is a time when … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly Jamie Ciaschi’s catering business was growing, and he was in need of more space for his operation. But finding the right space was key for his H&J Hospitality (he also owns Joe’s … more
By Allison Usavage Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce The Hilton Garden Inn is a lively downtown building, home to office space, retail space, and a hotel all in one. A landmark for visitors, the hotel is just a stone’s … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly A vast array of life experiences has led Ariana Blossom down the path she's on – coaching people and businesses to reach greater heights. Blossom said that people can be motivated … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff CFCU Community Credit Union is moving its headquarters – to downtown Ithaca’s Commons. In the announcement that came late last week, CFCU and Ithaca Renting Company have agreed to terms for the … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly It’s no secret Tompkins County likes its festivals – there are more than 50 of the special events that take place here throughout the year. While they offer fun and entertainment, and … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff A group of local residents and organizations were honored for their work in the community, as Tompkins Trust Company presented its James J. Byrnes Awards for Excellence recently. The community … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly Just a year and a half into its existence and Quinn Energy is being recognized for its work in the field of energy optimization. The Ithaca-based company received a Sustainable Tompkins … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly Weeks of work by around 50 area youth will culminate with Ithaca’s first Youth Entrepreneurship Market to sell the products and services designed by students in grades 4-12. The … more
By Brian Crandall The Ithaca Voice When an architect has been in the business for 50 years, including 35 running their own practice, it’s fair to say that they probably have a few projects they can show to family and friends. A … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff GROTON – The Finger Lakes Fresh Food Hub, located in the Groton Industrial Park, is changing hands. Challenge Workforce Solutions, which operates the Food Hub as well as the Finger Lakes Fresh … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff TRUMANSBURG – In a year where history is in the spotlight in Tompkins County, it is fitting for a service club to be marking a milestone of its own. The Trumansburg Rotary Club will be celebrating its 90th anniversary … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly Across the country, the recipe box market is growing. And one local business – Green Fork NY – is looking to tap into that interest, with a focus on using products from the region to serve its … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff Lawns and gardens can bear the brunt of winter weather and are often in need of tender loving care by the time spring arrives. Preparing a garden for spring and summer involves assessing any damage that harsh … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff ITHACA – Dedicated individuals and important development took center stage at the Downtown Ithaca Alliance’s annual dinner last week. “So many people work every day to make downtown a successful and vibrant … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly Larger chain retailers with apps give people the chance to peruse the offerings, quickly click a button to place an order and then await delivery of their order. Online ordering affects locally owned … more
By E.C. Barrett Tompkins Weekly TRUMANSBURG – In less than four years, Hector native Hilary Niver-Johnson, now based in Trumansburg, has taken her wine flour business from the planning stages to 65 retailers from Massachusetts to … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff ITHACA – The Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce will continue offering On-the-Job Training grants to local businesses and organizations. The Chamber has announced it has a fifth-year renewal contract from the … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   TRUMANSBURG – Local residents will have extra incentive to sample what downtown Trumansburg’s dining establishments – and other businesses – have to offer. The 2nd annual … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly ITHACA – When the average person thinks about a movie theater, non-profit isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. But in the case of Cinemapolis, located on Green Street in downtown … more
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