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By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After 15 years, thousands of hours of work, thousands more spent on research, dozens of volunteers, and an unending well of passion, an original Thomas “Tommy” S-4B Scout … more
Fall is officially here in the Finger Lakes and there’s a myriad of things for residents, and visitors, to do to celebrate the season. Cider tasting, apple picking, corn mazes, and Halloween … more
While the call letters that many Ithaca residents know all too well, WICB, have not been around for 70 years, the station's FCC license has. It was back in 1948 that the “Station for … more
In the winter of 1887, Dryden local Paul Layton was discovered on his property, skull fractured, murdered. Mr. Layton owned a large farm northeast of Dryden Lake where he took care of his livestock. … more
This Friday, Nov. 9, the YMCA of Ithaca and Tompkins County invites you to take a step back in time as the organization celebrates 150 years of serving the community with a special dinner at the … more
In late September, former City of Ithaca mayor and Collegetown businessman John Gutenberger presented at a forum on “visioning and community development” at the Tompkins County Public … more
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