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As temperatures begin to drop around the area, the fall sports season begins to draw to a close. The end of a regular season gives a team a chance to reflect on the year’s successes and … 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
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
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   Back in September, Ithaca High School announced that the performing arts program would be putting on the musical “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” based on the original book … more
Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly   While the squeak of the hardwood at Bliss Gymnasium sounds off during an Ithaca High Basketball practice, there’s some more commotion just down the hallway. IHS senior Ryan … more
By Erin Marteal   At the northwest entrance to the City of Ithaca along Rt. 89 stands a 3-acre children’s garden in an area with a rich and colorful history. While the garden – Ithaca Children’s Garden – … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly The cold temperatures and falling snow didn’t stop the Downtown Ithaca Alliance from welcoming two new businesses and celebrating a business expansion last week, Jan. 4. In a series of ribbon … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly A year after Jordanny Cuevas Marte was named a seventh team All-State player for the Ithaca Boys Basketball team, he’s been working on his encore this winter. The senior averaged 22 … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff   In the same week it was announced Tompkins County had found its new administrator, its interim – and longtime deputy – is leaving for a role at Ithaca College. Paula Younger, who … more
By Eric Banford Tompkins Weekly The Discovery Trail is a museum-library partnership between eight member organizations that have been collaborating for nearly two decades to help visitors explore nature, science, and culture. Each … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly Non-profit organizations are plentiful throughout Tompkins County, and make a big impact in our communities. Despite their contributions, area non-profits can sometimes go unnoticed or unknown. … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly The names and faces of the Ithaca High Swimming teams change every year, but success stays consistent no matter who hits the water. The Little Red has been a mainstay near the top of Class A … more
By Tim Donnelly ESPN Ithaca Recently on ESPN Ithaca’s Between the Lines, host Tim Donnelly spoke with Jim Mullins, the head coach of the Ithaca Men’s Basketball Team. Mullins recently led his Bombers squad over 15th-ranked … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff The Ithaca Public Education Initiative has awarded two new Connecting Classrooms Grants – for projects involving three elementary schools, impacting more than 1,000 Ithaca City School District students. … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff Downtown Ithaca is trying to make the last push of holiday shopping easier, offering one hour of free parking through December 22. The deal is valid at the Seneca and Green street parking garages. People … more
Tompkins Weekly Staff The public has spoken and Simeon’s American Bistro took home the top crown at the 8th annual Chowder Cook-Off. The public voted at last weekend’s event, which took place on the Commons in conjunction … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly   The connection between the Ithaca High School and Ithaca College lacrosse programs has grown deeper with a new addition to the men’s lacrosse team at IC. The Bombers … more
By Jolene Almendarez The Ithaca Voice   A ribbon cutting on Ithaca’s West End last Wednesday ended with the clinking of bar glasses as Mayor Svante Myrick, on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, officially … more
By Rob Montana Tompkins Weekly   Non-profit organizations are plentiful throughout Tompkins County, and make a big impact in our communities. Despite their contributions, area non-profits can sometimes go … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly   Ithaca High School senior Silas Derfel is making sure that he ends his Little Red cross country career with a bang. He ran away from the competition on Saturday, … more
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