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By Sue Smith-Heavenrich   Katrina Morse is passionate about reading, which is good because she’s been working at Family Reading Partnership for the past 15 years. Morse, who began working as a program director, shares the position of … more
By Michael Smith, Ithaca Voice   In September, the Tompkins County Mental Health Clinic was the subject an audit that resulted in a six-page report detailing 13 separate citations for substandard care.   The New York State … more
A unique and interactive Cornell University Library exhibition will showcase 50 years of new media art in Cornell’s collections, from the earliest emergence of 1960s single-track video art to the Internet art of the 21st century.   … more
By Brian Crandall, The Ithaca Voice   Some changes have been made to the Old Library redevelopment project, and are under review at Ithaca City Hall.   “In the last couple of months, the ILPC and Planning Board have had … more
By Jay Wrolstad   Ali Brown has a message for those considering organ donation: “If you want to give the gift of life, talk to your family about your intentions, be proactive, and make the decision to register as an organ donor.” … more
By Dr. Robert J. Meador Jr.     Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects 1.3 million Americans, the majority of whom are women. RA is a particularly devastating disease that can lead to … more
By Michael Smith, The Ithaca Voice   There are a lot of things about New Roots that stand out.   There’s the fact that its classes take place in a re-purposed hotel. There’s the daily farm-to-table lunches. … more
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