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By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After 15 years, thousands of hours of work, thousands more spent on research, dozens of volunteers, and an unending well of passion, an original Thomas “Tommy” S-4B Scout … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   As the season of giving thanks approaches, the Long Term Care Committee of Tompkins County is already collaborating with a network of home care agencies to celebrate the unsung heroes … more
By Matt Montague   Each June for the past five years, Lansing Elementary School identifies children who could use a little extra help with reading for the summer. Each of these kids is invited to partner … more
By Cathy Wakeman   On Friday, Sept. 14, the South Central Regional Library Council held a New York State Legislative Appreciation Reception to thank state representatives from across the region for their work on … more
 By Linda Competillo   Whenever I hear someone mention an Eagle Scout, I know right away that they are speaking about the highest award earned by a Boy Scout. Until last week, I was not familiar with the award … 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
By Mike Sigler   I hear a lot of talk about bipartisanship but rarely do I see it in practice. I usually see it as a ploy to convince people that your motives are pure and more often than not, as a way to mask your intention … more
By Barbara Esuoso   As a senior undergraduate at Cornell University, I reflect on my time on campus and in the City of Ithaca with gratitude. It is thanks to peers, professors, and long-time Ithaca residents who have … 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
Mark Shelley Tompkins Weekly   In a county dominated by traditional fall sports, one sport has found it challenging to break into the sporting spotlight. While the lack of a stadium and necessary equipment may … more
By Tim Donnelly ESPN Ithaca   Recently on ESPN Ithaca’s Between the Lines, host Tim Donnelly spoke with Dryden High School soccer player Casey Phillips. Phillips recently helped lead his team to a championship in the … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After a successful first year, rock group the X Ambassadors are returning home once again to host the Cayuga Sound Festival for the second year. The local band has found … more
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   Heather McDaniel is a California girl who loves the outdoors, coffee, roller coasters, her two daughters, sunshine, and helping local businesses grow and find stability in … more
Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   One year ago, as of Sept. 13, a group of artists tried something. They opened a space for art of all kinds that was designed to be malleable, never staying the same for long. … more
By Linda Competillo   For as long as he can remember, according to Groton High School alumnus, Logan Wannall `10, owning his own auto body shop has been his dream. Just a few short months ago, Wannall realized the … more
By Cathy Wakeman   The season of new beginnings is all around us. This past week hosted the beginning of the new school year. This week, Rosh Hashanah, the holiday of the Jewish New Year. As Faces of Dryden … 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 Matt Montague   Jacob Palladino wanted to be a farmer, and then he didn’t, and then he did. And now he is. “My dad’s grandfather was a farmer, my grandfather owned a tractor dealership but … more
By Michael Troutman, Robin Elliott   The US produces more electronic waste, or “e-waste,” than any other country: 9.4 million tons annually and only 12.5 percent is recycled. E-waste makes up two percent of the waste … more
Mark Shelley Tompkins Weekly   For a large number of high school athletes, the idea of playing beyond graduation is simply a dream, with many never having that opportunity. For many local boy’s soccer players, … more
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