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One of the main pillars that holds up the foundation of our great community is the Groton Public Library. On any given day, this beloved building is alive with activity ranging from children’s, … more
Last Tuesday it was announced that current CEO of Cayuga Medical Center (CMC), John Rudd, will be retiring in the fall of 2019. In the same release, it was announced that Dr. Martin Stallone, vice … more
This coming Nov. 6 election will see a three-way contested race for Tompkins County Sheriff. Incumbent Ken Lansing will be running on the Independence line, former undersheriff Derek Osborne will be … more
Reach Out for Christ Church in Freeville will be honoring two world changers on Friday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 21 as Brighton and Dorothy Wanyemba pay a visit to the congregation. Pastor Tom … more
Standardized testing is holding strong as the benchmark for measuring student success, although some schools are able to push back against teacher-based methods in favor of implementing student-based … more
Steve Smith has two daughters. Hailey is 13 years old and Hannah is 11. Both girls dance competitively at The Next Jennaration dance studio. Steve is their “prop dad,” charged with … more
If you read my article in this column two weeks ago, you may be one of the people who has since wondered what in the world gaga ball is and what gaga pits are. Girl Scout, Sarah Dean, earned her … more
Lansing Historical Association Fall ProgramThe Lansing Historical Association will hold its Fall Program “The History of the County Home on Perry City Road” by John Wertis, Ulysses Town … more
Running for a state senate seat was hardly on her bucket list, but Joyce St. George is doing it anyway. Why? Because she wants to change the culture and she’s fairly convinced that her … more
Trumansburg welcomes two new businesses to Main Street storefronts! June saw the arrival of Homespun Boutique, which moved from it’s Ithaca location. This fall Garrett’s Brewing Company … more
The day she’s been waiting for will finally arrive. Dryden Community Café Manager Tammy Annonson was practically singing in her seat as she told me about the upcoming remodeling project … more
Pull out your wizard robes and witch hats, Wizarding Weekend will return to the Ithaca Commons later this month on Oct. 26 through 28. What was originally planned as a small festival for fans of the … more
Matteo Wyllyamz never expected to bike up the mountain he had spent many of his formative years in Woodland Park, Colorado living next to. He definitely didn’t expect to bike up it on a … more
Last spring, Kyler Davis played Captain von Trapp in the Lansing High School musical “The Sound of Music.” In the final act, Kyler played the guitar as the Family von Trapp sang … more
Over the past few weeks the Finger Lakes School of Massage (FLSM) Ithaca campus has seen drastic changes following what some students and former staff are saying is a complete change in the culture … more
Women-owned businesses are at the forefront of driving the local economy, and Trumansburg is no exception, as nearly 50 percent of Main Street. businesses are owned by women. The types of … more
Retirement doesn’t mean slowing down. If you or one of your children had the blessing of having AnnMarie Streeter as a kindergarten teacher, you know her passion for children and literacy. … more
While the call letters that many Ithaca residents know all too well, WICB, have not been around for 70 years, the station's FCC license has. It was back in 1948 that the “Station for … more
Fall is officially here in the Finger Lakes and there’s a myriad of things for residents, and visitors, to do to celebrate the season. Cider tasting, apple picking, corn mazes, and Halloween … more
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