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The City of Ithaca has scheduled a public information meeting for Wednesday on a draft document to adopt a new approach to zoning in Collegetown.
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
The Tompkins County Sheriff's Office is investigating a car versus pedestrian accident that sent a man to the hospital Thursday night.
Mary Nunn Maki, who now lives in Fredricksburg, Va., writes a blog called "Growing Up in Willow Creek."
An arctic boundary remains stalled this evening from the southern New England coast down into the Southeast United States.
The American Red Cross of Tompkins County named William Maxwell, of Ithaca, as its Volunteer of the Month for November.
A holiday craft and food fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Neighborhood Pride grocery, 210 Hancock St. Craft items made by local vendors will be for sale in the store's cafe and will include handmade jewelry, local photographs, hand-knit sweaters and handmade clothing items.
Need some ideas for weekend fun? We have you covered: * Celebrate the 85th anniversary of the legendary State Theatre of Ithaca at 8 p.m. tonight with an equally legendary concert: The Temptations! Tickets are available at stateofithaca.com.
Community leaders are hoping to help area youth reach a higher level of achievement with a new grant program that emphasizes equity for all.
Emergency workers were called to Ellis Hollow Road near the Burger King and the front of East Hill Plaza in Ithaca just before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday after a man was injured when he was struck by a car.
Ithaca's mayor spent a little time at the White House on Thursday talking about how to boost manufacturing nationwide.
The award is given to an individual or organization who works non-violently for change, who brings people together to resolve differences or promote social justice, and whose work benefits the Tompkins County community.
Ask most vegetarians for a must-have cookbook, and you'll probably get one from the Moosewood Restaurant.
Ithaca City School District officials say they're trying to limit the number of assessments students are required to take at a time when many parents fear their children are being overloaded with tests.
This story will be familiar to many homeowners in and around Ithaca: In your mid-twenties, you find a striking if well-loved house from decades ago, in a great location but divided up and in need of work.
Siblings Hatteras and Ruben Greenspun, of Ithaca, wanted to do something special for their grandfather Fred Knewstub, who is awaiting a heart transplant in Rochester.