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Linda’s Corner Diner on Auburn Road, home to years of family and friends’ brunches, lunches, and dinners, has closed and is now for sale. The 2,600 square foot building seats 90 to 100 … more
Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc., a Lansing-based developer, and manufacturer of complex scientific components and instruments for government and corporate customers was acquired on May 21 by … more
Lansing’s Cayuga Power Plant will be converted into a large data center pending the New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) approval of plant owner Heorot Energy’s request for a … more
On April 26 and 27, more than 100 “Sewing Saints” gathered in the parish hall at All Saints church to assemble reusable feminine hygiene kits to be taken to the Dominican Republic and … more
Dave Hatfield and his chicken-cooking colleagues will have a new place to work across the parking lot from their old spot when the Town of Lansing completes the new “multi-use pavilion” … more
Orpheus the Osprey circled the nesting box atop a telephone pole set into the shale about 50 yards from the tip of Salt Point. “That’s the 5:30 fish,” said Candace Cornell. … more
Lansing voters will elect three trustees and vote on the 2020 budget for the Lansing Community Library April 30 – voters from the Lansing School District will be able to cast their votes from … more
While most Tompkins County village elections were held last month, the Village of Lansing will be holding elections for two trustee seats and Mayor on Tuesday, April 23. While all three elections are … more
Some fishermen had built a small campfire under the Dug Road bridge over Salmon Creek, and the smoke coming up through the bridge mingled with the snowflakes coming down on it in the early morning … more
Spring is here and summer will follow. That means it’s time for the Lansing Parks and Recreation Department to issue their schedule for this year’s “Music in the Park” … more
Maura and Bill Kennedy-Smith were at the Town of Lansing Planning Board for something completely different, they said, when they were told that they would be getting a new neighbor: the Department of … more
“I am one of the last generation of survivors,” Roald Hoffman said. “I have got to talk about this. There are lessons in living, in ethics, for these young people in the behavior of … more
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