Local News
93 results total, viewing 1 - 20
One of Groton’s little-known gems, The Clothing Closet, where women, infants, children, and men may come to receive gently-used clothing completely free of charge has recently moved from its … more
Often hailed as one of the most LGBTQA-friendly schools in the country, Ithaca College is now defending itself against a complaint of not doing enough to protect LGBTQA students from homophobia on … more
Are your First Amendment rights being violated by county government? That’s the argument of a lawsuit filed in federal court against the Tompkins County legislature by an area resident and … more
Avg rating 5.0
Data from the county jail for the year 2018 is in and it’s good news: recidivism rates are down significantly. The reason why, though, remains something of a mystery. Recidivism is the rate … more
T-Burg Takes On Pediatric Cancer, a local non-profit organization with hometown roots, has expanded its reach to the Rochester and Syracuse areas, and aim to expand further into Buffalo and Albany. … more
The usual arrangement for a recital involves the students performing for the teachers, but four Lansing music teachers turned the tables Feb. 2 to introduce their new professional group MEDLnY at the … more
In just a little over two weeks, a fabulous not-to-be-missed opportunity to shake off those winter doldrums and have a little fun is Groton’s annual Cabin Fever Festival, hosted by Groton … more
The Community Recreation Center, known locally as “The Rink” and “The Field,” is adding a new element – an Olympic-scale climbing wall scheduled to open in the … more
Trumansburg Eats! Restaurant Week returns for the fourth year! This annual event, sponsored and organized by the Trumansburg Chamber, will take place Feb. 28 through March 3 in the Village of … more
After 30 years of running the Thomas Farm B&B Glenn and Edie Schneider were ready to retire, and thankfully they already had a plan to keep the business running without them. Enter Rich and Nancy … more
After a slew of recent changes to New York voting laws, both candidates and voters will have drastically different experiences this year. These updates include changes that voting rights activists … more
Integrating computer science into K-12 core curricula prepares children to succeed in a digital world. It’s now the goal of Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services (TST … more
When Donna and the Dynamos reunite to perform Abba’s “Super Trouper” in the middle of the first act of Lansing High School’s musical “Mamma Mia!” next week, they … more
Fab 5 awardsThis past Monday, Feb. 25, the recipients of the Fab 5 awards celebrated with the community at a gala at Coltivare as they received their awards. Non-Profit Leader of the Year - Dr. … more
When it comes to high school education today, there are many more pathways for learning and earning the ultimate prize – the coveted diploma – than there were even just a few short years … more
The call that no adult child wants to get: their parent fell while home alone and has severely injured themselves. It could be as simple as a loose throw rug or lack of proper handrails. But the … more
As the Village of Trumansburg Planning Board continues the process of site plan review for 46 South St., the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) reviewed variance applications for that property and the old … more
Village elections are fast approaching on March 19 and Trumansburg currently only has one position to elect. After Village Mayor Rordan Hart was elected last year his former seat on the board was … more
Stop panicking. The Tompkins County Public Library understands that life gets messy, so it’s doing away with fines on late materials. So, take a breath if your schedule doesn’t fit the … more
Schools are often the civic heart of communities, particularly in rural areas, and can be a launching pad for its students. The strength of rural communities and the prospects for their children can … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.