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Beth McGee is proud of what she has accomplished as the Town Supervisor for Enfield but she’s not done yet. The incumbent is running for re-election on both the Democrat and Republican lines … more
Alison Lurie, who won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel, “Foreign Affairs,” has published 10 books of fiction, four works of non-fiction, and three collections of tales for children. She … more
As the micro-mobility movement changes, so to must the mobility companies. Lime (formerly known as Lime Bikes) will soon be introducing electronic scooters to the Tompkins County market, just a … more
Two locker rooms, separated by gender, just isn’t going to cut it anymore. The YMCA of Ithaca and Tompkins County is in the process of fundraising to make its locker rooms more accessible for … more
On April 26 and 27, more than 100 “Sewing Saints” gathered in the parish hall at All Saints church to assemble reusable feminine hygiene kits to be taken to the Dominican Republic and … more
The weather has taken a turn for the better, and not only is the Earth in bloom, so is the Trumansburg area, with many things opening after their long Winter sleep. Climate Smart Stewardship … more
For anyone who may travel to or from Groton via Route 34B/Peruville Road, it is highly likely that you have at some point noticed a lot of large logs, sawdust, and an assortment of carved wooden … more
One important way communities, including Ithaca and Tompkins County, help to grow their economies is to provide tax incentives for new building projects. These can both be for new buildings or the … more
It might come as a surprise to some Village of Cayuga Heights residents that their village representatives are now being paid. During budget negotiations last year, it was decided that board members … more
As a unique mix of urban and rural, Tompkins County residents often drive past their future salads and dinners on a regular basis, but may not even know it. Unless they happen to be subscribers to a … more
Groton has a new “B&B” at 800 S. Main St, but it’s not what you might be thinking it is! You won’t be sleeping there or having breakfast, but if you like to buy or sell … more
Before Spring Writes Literary Festival, the Finger Lakes area celebrated apples, and music, and art, but didn’t really have an event centered on literature and writing. The New York State … more
Dave Hatfield and his chicken-cooking colleagues will have a new place to work across the parking lot from their old spot when the Town of Lansing completes the new “multi-use pavilion” … more
Tompkins-Seneca-Tioga (TST) BOCES has a rich and complex history since it was originally formed under the larger BOCES organization in the late 1940s in an anticipated response to the belief that New … more
Steve Daly, the owner of Ithaca Vintage, provides professional appraisals for fine and decorative arts, books, comics, antiques, and collectibles, in addition to valuation services, estate … more
The beloved local festival celebrating all things fantastical and fun is expanding outside of Ithaca! Starting this August, Wizarding Weekend will be hosting a fan convention at the Showboat Hotel in … more
Laura Lewis started on the Ithaca Common Council as the Fifth Ward representative in 2017 after winning the special election following the departure of previous council member Josephine Martell. In … more
Orpheus the Osprey circled the nesting box atop a telephone pole set into the shale about 50 yards from the tip of Salt Point. “That’s the 5:30 fish,” said Candace Cornell. … more
Encore Players has been entertaining on the Trumansburg stage since 2014. The company aims to offer up to three high-quality performances per year, and according to the website its mission aims to, … more
When Groton resident Linda Tallman relocated here from Canandaigua with her husband, Chris, and their three children in 2001, she never dreamed that just five short years later she would find herself … more
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