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Nestled in a cozy corridor at Charles O’Dickerson High School is a very special room which at points in the day is a home and safe space to students, staff, and a special pet or two. Jane … more
Nydia Boyd knew that Southside Community Center, an institution created by and for the African American citizens of Ithaca, is where she wanted to work after she finished her MFA in Fine Arts at the … more
At the Heart of NY Teen Institute Leadership Conference this past November, approximately 200 students from Central and Southern Tier New York were in attendance. Among them, were four Groton High … more
Tompkins County is lucky enough to be blessed with a strong economy and plenty of businesses doing great things. Business Bites is a snapshot of local business news from across the county to help you … more
What used to be a trusted local business is in hot water, again, for possible violations of the National Labor Relations Act. Last September around 10 teachers at the Finger Lakes School of Massage … more
The Groton Education Fund, a non-profit organization operating independently from the Groton Central School District, and affiliated with the Community Foundation of Tompkins County, recently awarded … more
A $4,500 donation from the citizens of Lansing to the Lansing Food Pantry, via the Lansing Community Council, is helping families of local Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees cope … more
Nestled just inside the Town of Ulysses border on Rt. 89 is probably one of the most loved and iconic restaurants in the Trumansburg area. The Glenwood Pines, or, “The Pines” as any true … more
Leaving grandma to live by herself might not be doing her any favors. In fact, it might be damaging to her mental and physical health. Social isolation can happen to anyone of any age, but when … more
Companies that are majority owned and run by women or minorities in New York State have the chance to become certified as such, in an effort to level the playing field for state contracts. Local … more
Although he was born and raised in Newfield, Bill Hulbert has made Groton his home since 2001, and couldn’t be happier about that. During the summer of 2017, Hulbert discovered his artistic … more
As the weather takes a quick turn to cold, it is our inclination to bundle up and stay in the warmth of our homes, but there is so much food to be enjoyed in Trumansburg! Restaurant events, … 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
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