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With city officials reviewing the final draft of the Planning and Economic Development Department’s Phase II Comprehensive Plan for the waterfront, it is a great opportunity to analyze the … more
A while back, Lin Tollefsen and her son came through town to visit dear friends. Taken with Ithaca’s offbeat charm, its natural beauty, they stayed on, and for the past 12 years, Ithaca has … more
Music can be an uplifting force in many people’s lives, but especially for those at an older age, it can provide a sense of comfort, belonging, purpose and community. It can seem odd that … more
Tompkins Weekly and others are finally celebrating the arrival of fall, but that only means that cold days are upon us, and winter is on its way. For our special Home Improvement issue, we spoke with … more
The Cancer Resource Center (CRC) in Ithaca has a lot to celebrate this year, with its 25th anniversary and a new executive director, showing the nonprofit is continuing to do good for the community. … more
Though it is not the age group often covered when it comes to discussions on suicide, seniors (those 65 and older) struggle with suicide at a significant rate, which sources say requires more … 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
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