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The bite occurred at roughly 2 p.m. The dog is described as resembling an Australian Shepherd, medium build with with long grey speckled hair.
Newfield teacher Jill Green's fifth-grade students wrote "thank you" notes to veterans last month for Veterans Day.
Theatre Incognita will stage an encore presentation of The Homecoming Players production of Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" this weekend at the Hangar Theare.
The Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County will present the Winter Fine Art Market, a juried show and sale of original fine art work at the Holiday Inn, 222 S. Cayuga St., from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
The Groton Town Board struck down a proposed six-month hydrofracking moratorium with a 3-2 vote on Tuesday night.
The Nov. 23 Guest Viewpoint, "Paper or plastic? Plastic is better" was a misinformed, biased view by a plastic bag industry advocate.
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.
The Ulysses Town Boar is expected to take up proposed zoning law changes when it conducts its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Town Hall, located at 10 Elm St. in Trumansburg.
A Tompkins County man clings to life after he was hit by a car as he crossed an Ithaca street.
Corbin Whyte will not be tried a fourth time in the death three years ago of Paul Garcia at the Maple Hill Apartments in Ithaca.
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.
A handful of cars met a fiery demise this week in South Lansing. At least 20 firefighters from fire departments across Tompkins County were on the scene with two pumpers to snuff the fires.