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The Carriage House Cafe's Hayloft is one of the best rooms in town for hearing certain types of music, particularly acoustic singer-songwriters and jazz bands.
Join the Museum of the Earth and the State of the Art Gallery for two exhibitions that reflect concerns about climate change in celebration of the museum's 10th Anniversary and the gallery's 25th anniversary.
Consider this: a downtown parking garage with more spots for vehicles, along with housing and retail space.
In most of the towns and villages in Tompkins County, community members are asked to be the first line of defense when emergencies occur.
The ducks are back. More than 3,000 bright yellow rubber ducks will fill the waters of Cascadilla Creek during the 14th annual 4-H Cascadilla Duck Race on Sunday afternoon.
Kim Bobo, executive director and founder of Interfaith Worker Justice, is scheduled to speak 8:30 a.m. April 30 at Temple Beth El, 402 N. Tioga St. Bobo's talk is the 16th annual Religious and Community Leaders Breakfast Briefing, a yearly event organized by Catholic Charities' Justice & Peace Ministry.
"It was an IV one time and I was in love. I was in love and from that day on it was a love hate relationship.
The cities with the latest arrival times tend to be those that employ a lot of young professionals, college towns and cities whose economies rely on gambling and tourism.
U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, visited the Wilson Synchrotron Laboratory Tuesday morning at Cornell University in Ithaca.
A panel discussion titled "Health Justice: A Religious Issue" is scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Child Development Council, 609 W. Clinton Street in Ithaca.
Update your resume and polish your best elevator pitch. Thirty-five employers will be on hand to discuss job opportunities with Tompkins County area residents at the 19th annual World of Skills Job Fair from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday in the Hotel Ithaca .
The Ithaca region continued to boast the state's lowest unemployment rate in March.
The Ithaca City School District Board of Education is set to vote tonight on its 2014-15 budget.
A portion of Triphammer Road in Ithaca's northeast will be closed this Tuesday through Friday for water service repairs.
For more than a month, extra Ithaca and Cornell University police officers will be in student-oriented neighborhoods evenings and before dawn in the annual rite of quality-of-life patrols to keep spring boisterousness in check.
MONDAY April 21, 2014, 2014 -- Tornado season is here, and it's important to have an emergency plan in case your home is threatened, an expert says.