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Word is likely to come from Albany Wednesday on whether up to $375,000 a year for three years will be awarded to Cornell University, Binghamton Univesity and the Ceramics Corridor Innovation Center at Painted post for a business start-up incubator network for the whole Southern Tier.
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Should free speech ever be restricted?
This particular recipe came to us in 2004 from reader Lisa Adamick Lapeyre, who shared her grandmother's recipe for hot fudge sauce that was a family favorite.
Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick had a different story to tell at White House forum on manufacturing last week than the other mayors who attended.
The Introduction to Fly Tying program features nine 2-hour sessions with several instructors teaching the basics of tying the dry fly, wet fly, nymph and streamer patterns that are the most effective in the Finger Lakes area.
The City Federation of Women's Organizations awarded roughly $20,000 to community organizations on Monday for gender equity initiatives through the first ever Women Building Community Grants cycle.
Amid push back from Tompkins County residents, lawmakers are holding a public meeting today on a planned $900,000 Tompkins County Jail renovation.
A gala dinner celebrating International Human Rights Day will feature Ambassador Andrew Young, historian Dr. Vincent Harding and civil rights hero Dorothy Cotton.
After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and no pair of eyes will see exactly the same.
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.
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.