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If you find yourself in downtown Ithaca these days and you look up above the Harold’s Square project on the Commons, you’ll notice a bright white banner dangling from the bright yellow … 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
In an interview with Tompkins Weekly, former state Senate candidate Amanda Kirchgessner claimed to have gotten an order of protection against her ex-wife, Brandi Morgan, leading up to the 2018 … more
All the business news that’s fit to print, in bite-sized form! Tompkins County is lucky to have a vibrant and active economy, with an abundance of local businesses and entrepreneurship. … more
At the northern end of Groton’s Main Street, The Hotel Groton is still a commanding presence 166 years after its construction. At the moment, the hotel and accompanying café and bar are … more
Over the next few weeks, Tompkins Weekly will be publishing interviews with all five incumbents of the Ithaca Common Council race, before the June 25 primary. Interviews will be published in order of … more
Lansing voters will elect three trustees and vote on the 2020 budget for the Lansing Community Library April 30 – voters from the Lansing School District will be able to cast their votes from … more
Spring has sprung and the Trumansburg Farmers Market (TFM) opens May 8. TFM will run every Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. through October 23 at the Trumansburg Village Park, which is located on the … more
The Groton High School Class of 2019 has announced its valedictorian, Diaz Niño, and its salutatorian, Zoe Barclay. With just a bit over two months to go until the pomp and circumstance take … more
While most Tompkins County village elections were held last month, the Village of Lansing will be holding elections for two trustee seats and Mayor on Tuesday, April 23. While all three elections are … more
Fifteen-year-old Lauren Moore sees few obstacles to career success standing in her way – and her gender certainly is not one of them. The high school sophomore from Onondaga Central School … more
In an unassuming hallway in the basement of the South Hill Business Campus, artists have found a place to grow their community and their craft. For The Metal Smithery, a woman-owned shop and studio, … more
Sergeant First Class (SFC) Ethan Carpenter, Trumansburg native, and US Army Airborne Ranger passed away on March 15, 2019, in a routine military parachuting accident in Arizona. According to his … more
Some fishermen had built a small campfire under the Dug Road bridge over Salmon Creek, and the smoke coming up through the bridge mingled with the snowflakes coming down on it in the early morning … more
When it comes to holidays, the Groton community is generally “all in,” as the saying goes, and Easter time is no exception. From bunnies, chocolate, and eggs, to music and drama, or … more
2019 is a big year for change for Rod Howe, Executive Director of The History Center in Tompkins County and a Town of Ithaca board member. Howe announced last week that he will be stepping down from … more
Over the next few weeks, Tompkins Weekly will be publishing interviews with all five incumbents of the Ithaca Common Council race, before the July primary. Interviews will be published in order of … more
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
The Ithaca Farmer’s Market (IFM) knows how much you hate trying to park in its lot, so the IFM wants to fix it. The market board has started the process of securing funding to redesign and … more
The Trumansburg Education Foundation (TEF), which works independently of the Trumansburg Central School District, raises funds in order to award grants in support of educational opportunities for … more
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