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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
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
Recently on ESPN Ithaca’s Between the Lines, host Tim Donnelly spoke with Trumansburg Soccer Player Conor Baird. Baird recently went on a goal-scoring streak that included a hat trick against … more
By Elaine Springer   A walk or a quick drive along Main Street in the Village of Trumansburg provides a window into the economic health of the Village. Most storefronts are occupied, and Trumansburg enjoys business from loyal … more
Mark Shelley Tompkins Weekly   In high school sports, a common way to denote a player’s experience is by class year. The newcomers are labeled underclassmen and the veterans upperclassmen. High school sports … more
By Elaine Springer   As the conversations around youth and mental health, bullying, drug abuse, and sexual abuse escalate, it is realized there may be a need for a place for youth to go when school isn’t in … more
By Elaine Springer   There was a time not too long ago that people entering the south end of the Village of Trumansburg on Rt. 96 were greeted with a cheerful canopy of Cottonwood trees planted along the side of the … more
By Elaine Springer Tompkins Weekly   By now Trumansburg residents and visitors have become accustomed to a little thing called a LimeBike Smart Pedal Bike. This spring blossomed with the green and yellow … more
By Elaine Springer   Those interested in a little art and culture in a beautiful, walkable Village will find no shortage of venues in Trumansburg. From programming at the Ulysses Philomathic Library, concerts and … more
By Elaine Springer Tompkins Weekly   The Trumansburg Fair returns for the 168th year Aug. 21 through 26, but there is more to the fair than the usual midway rides and grandstand shows. The Trumansburg Fair also offers … more
By Elaine Springer   As the football season arrives for the Tri-Town Titans, the merged football team consisting of players from Trumansburg, South Seneca, and Romulus, the Trumansburg youth football coaches have … more
By Elaine Springer   In one of the many changes happening in the Village of Trumansburg, residents bid farewell to Police Chief Thomas Ferretti, who has served the Village as chief since 1976. The Village of … more
By Elaine Springer Tompkins Weekly   This past March, Village of Trumansburg residents welcomed Rordan Hart as their new Village mayor, who, at 42, is the youngest mayor of Trumansburg since at least the 1970s. … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly   The Trumansburg Baseball team has had their shot at a sectional title in the past few seasons before just missing, but this year’s squad will have to go through a tough journey … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly Another dominant season in the IAC is in the books for the Trumansburg volleyball team, but they’re not content with just that. The Blue Raiders locked up their fifth straight … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly Two decades and another 300 minutes of waiting all led up to a special moment for the Trumansburg girls soccer team this season – they can call themselves division champions. On … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly A powerhouse has been growing for the girls soccer team in Trumansburg, and they’re ready to stop being the team on the outside looking in at a Section IV championship. Last year it was a … more
By Will LeBlond Tompkins Weekly The high school rivalries are not forgotten, but the Tompkins Cortland Community College men’s soccer team is coming together with plenty of local talent. The Panthers have gotten off … more
By Tim Donnelly ESPN Ithaca Recently on ESPN Ithaca’s Between the Lines, host Tim Donnelly spoke with Trumansburg Central School senior Hannah Murpurgo, captain of the girls soccer team, about this year’s team. Here is a … more
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