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In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, this week’s Tompkins Weekly is dedicated to covering mental health issues in Tompkins County. Our cover story this week explores the … more
It has become a common practice these days in the court system to create a court that can focus on one thing, specializing in a particular area without getting caught up a hundred different things. … more
Care and services for older adults now has two brand new faces as Kim De Rosa joins Hospicare and Cheryl Jewell joins Love Living at Home as the new executive directors. Kim De Rosa De Rosa was … more
Mark Andrews claims he was born with double the “worker” gene. Both his maternal and paternal grandparents lived the Work Ethic, laboring from sunup till past sundown in the Ithaca area. … more
Smith Woods are full of native plants that at this time last year were struggling to regrow after a long winter and foraging of the many deer that call the woods their home. These plants add to the … more
As more and more people are choosing to be buried naturally, Willow Glen Cemetery in Dryden wants to help accommodate their green requests. The cemetery recently became certified with the Green … more
At the northern end of Groton’s Main Street, The Hotel Groton is still a commanding presence 166 years after its construction. At the moment, the hotel and accompanying café and bar are … more
By Jamie SwinnertonTompkins Weekly Tompkins County has a healthy number of organizations working to improve the lives of older adults, and their caretakers, in the area. Next month those parties … more
If you’re thinking about investing in solar, do it now. After 2019, federal tax credits begin to phase out and you could be leaving thousands of dollars on the table. Currently, the Federal … more
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