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Collegetown rezoning is back before Ithaca Common Council and off-street parking requirements may again be at the center as they were at a failed rezoning attempt more than two years ago.
Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
6 hrs ago | Bloomberg
People sit in a cafe across from the Yale University campus in New Haven, Connecticut.
Sandy and Paul Arnold at Pleasant Valley Farm in Argyle use high tunnels to extend their growing season to year-round.
Art Wheaton, automotive industry expert and senior extension associate at the Cornell University ILR School, says while groundbreaking, GM's decision to select Mary Barra as CEO is a smart business decision.
Cornell University's Eastern Wine and Grape Archive has expanded its collection of historic material from Pleasant Valley Wine Co.
Chief of Psychiatric Emergency Services Receives Honor for Vision, Leadership in Mental Health Care; Recognized as Architect of Groundbreaking "Alameda Model" SAN LEANDRO, Calif., Dec. 10, 2013 -- John George Psychiatric Hospital announced that Scott Zeller, MD, Chief of Psychiatric Emergency Services , was awarded the A imanek Distinguished ... (more)
The Ithaca region is atop the nation's 2013 list of metroplitan areas for the highest per capita number of Peace Corps volunteers.
Clyde was born in Taylorville, IL to John and Anna Noren. He was a serious young man and a good student.
Today they're making pizza in the old Baldwin Furniture Store in Trumansburg - but 50 years ago, they were making history.
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.
Christine Laine, MD, MPH, FACP, Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Internal Medicine confides that she almost went to art school.
Michigan State University's Scott Imberman and colleagues found that marginal students in a middle school gifted and talented program - despite learning alongside the "best and brightest" - performed no better on national tests than a similar group of students who didn't qualify for the program.
DJ Jubilee collaborates with the Big Easy Bounce Band for the first ever acoustic bounce performance at Preservation Hall.
Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick had a different story to tell at White House forum on manufacturing last week than the other mayors who attended.
Excavations at Ayia Varvara-Asprokremnos by archaeologists from the University of Toronto, Cornell University and the University of Cyprus have uncovered, among other objects, the earliest complete human figurine on the island.
After serving as executive director of Princeton University Dining Services for more than 20 years, Stu Orefice has the school left to pursue a consulting job in New York City.