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High-action TV shows lead to more snacking: study
With snacks freely available, young adults watching an action movie ate almost twice as much food as those watching an interview show, the researchers found.
Police investigate stabbing near Ithaca College
The victim, who was not a student, told police he did not know who stabbed him. The victim was transported to a regional trauma center.
Mother accused of killing her severely disabled daughter, eight,...
Mother accused of killing her severely disabled daughter, eight, could still inherit $1 million of her trust fund even if she is convicted A mother who is accused of killing her severely disabled eight-year-old daughter could still inherit nearly $1million from her trust fund even if she is convicted, it was today revealed.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Study: Vets Disagree on Equine Neurologic Assessments
Is that horse lame, or is he exhibiting neurologic signs such as ataxia ? For some horse owners, answering this question can be difficult.
Carol T. Bradford: Cedar-Apple Rust Can Be Avoided
Eucomis, "pineapple lily," is not supposed to be hardy in Central New York. However, this clump has been blooming reliably in Ithaca for several years, and there are other local reports as well.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Handling with care
Steve Loomis, a licensed physical therapist who owns and operates ActiveCare Physical Therapy Associates in South Dennis, moved to the Cape nine years ago to start his business.
Wall Street Journal
Small U.S. Cities Prove To Be A Big Draw For Foreign Students
Small cities are among the biggest beneficiaries of a wave of foreign students studying at U.S. universities, according to a Brookings Institution study.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
NYSEG Proposes Delivery Pipeline From Dryden to Lansing
Lansing and Dryden residents came to the Freeville Fire Station Tuesday to learn about a proposed gas pipeline that would bring natural gas to customers from Freeville, along West Dryden and Farrell Roads to the Warren Road area of Lansing.
Borders among Activists: International NGOs in the United States,...
Borders among Activists: International NGOs in the United States, Britain and France by Sarah S. Stroup.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
NYSEG Pipeline Has Tompkins Co Residents Concerned
NYSEG is getting some pressure from people in Tompkins County who want answers about a pipeline project that would run through Lansing and Dryden.
the House World Premiere, Solo Performance Festival and More Set for...
Kitchen Theatre Company opens its 24th Season on September 10, 2014. Located at 417 W. State/MLK, Jr. St., Ithaca, NY in a renovated, LEED-certified, intimate 99-seat space, Kitchen Theatre Company is a professional Equity theater producing an eight-play Mainstage season from September through June.
Resica Elementary students will not have a playground this school year
That was the word from Resica Elementary Principal Gail Kulick who said the project originally targeted for completion before school resumes next week has been moved to July 15-19 next year.
Fracking the anti-fracking movement
It's hard to believe that natural gas was a favored fuel of leading environmental groups as recently as six years ago.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Tioga Downs to hold press event today
Tioga Downs is expected to announce and introduce its potential spa owners, talk about its business network fair and discuss the public hearing scheduled for Sept.
Hackney Was On Better Quality Than Anyone Else
It was highly unlikely that the winner of the Cayuga Lake Bassmaster Elite Series would bring fewer than 20 fish to the scale over the 4 days of the event.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Construction Equipment Guide
Carson Starts Successful Businesses From the Ground Up
John Carson learned the capability and versatility of the equipment he rents firsthand, by using it in growing his own landscaping business.
Fracking The Anti-Fracking Movement: The Inside Story Of The...
I cover science and public policy, environmental sustainability, media ideology, NGO advocacy and corporate responsibility.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The Eleven Best Concerts in Denver This Weekend
It's a weekend of superlatives in Denver: The biggest reunion of the year , the biggest drum set on the planet , the king of Tex-Mex Guitar ...All great shows.
Intimate Version of Titanic Will Dock in Chicago; Cast Announced
A new, intimate version of the Tony Award-winning musical Titanic , which dramatizes the maiden voyage of the ill-fated luxury liner, will play Chicago's Griffin Theatre Company this fall.