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  1. Tompkins Sheriff's Department looking for man who stole from northeast Ithaca storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Do you know this man? The Tompkins County Sheriff's Department hopes to identify a man caught on store surveillance video to talk to him about larcenies that took place late last month. The Sheriff's Department says they have still not apprehended anyone in connection with a pair of shoplifting incidents that occurred in the mid-afternoon hours of both October 28th and October 30th at BJ's Wholesale Club on North Triphammer Road in the Village of Lansing.

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  2. Strong wins for Wallace and Lifton in Tuesday night election results, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Early election results from the Tompkins County Board of Elections show Rick Wallace won a commanding victory in the race for City Court Judge in the City of Ithaca. Incumbent Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton appears to have held onto her seat in the 125th District.

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  3. What's on your ballot this Election Day?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Not sure what's going to be on your ballot when you head to your polling place? Spending a few minutes ahead of time reading up on the candidates and any ballot proposals will let you make an informed decision. If you live in Tompkins County, you can see exactly what your ballot will look like when you get to your polling place by viewing the sample ballots in the right-hand column of the Board of Elections web site.

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  4. Get out and vote, and get out for Ithaca's annual Election Day pancake breakfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | 14850 Today

    It's had a few different homes, but Pancake Day in Ithaca is now entering its fifth decade! Ithaca's Rotary Clubs are teaming up to host the 41st annual Election Day pancake breakfast, all day this Tuesday at Ithaca's VFW hall on West State Street. Plain and blueberry pancakes, scrambled eggs, hash browns, corned beef hash, sausage, fruit salad, yogurt, applesauce, juice, and coffee will be available from 7am until 7pm, cooked and served up by Rotarians and local politicians.

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  5. Mixed message for Ithaca residents on parking: odd-even oddity, free downtown parking, and The BootRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | 14850 Today

    It's the end of October, so even though the City of Ithaca has been talking about putting an end to it, odd-even parking regulations return tomorrow. It's one of the oddities in a city that's called unfriendly to people who want to park downtown to shop or eat, along with a new "boot" program to deal with repeat parking offenders.

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  6. Ithaca police report quick capture of Wednesday afternoon bank robberRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | 14850 Today

    The Elmira Savings Bank was robbed in downtown Ithaca on Wednesday afternoon, and on Friday afternoon, Ithaca police officers arrested a suspect. IPD says the bank on East State Street, near the Commons, was robbed at about 3:11pm on October 29th, and the robber "fled the area with an undisclosed amount of cash."

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  7. Joint effort by area fire departments saves home in Brooktondale car fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2014 | 14850 Today

    No one was hurt, except for a Mercedes Benz, in a fire this morning in Brooktondale, east of Ithaca. Brooktondale, Slaterville, and Ithaca firefighters all worked together at the scene to put out the car fire and save the nearby home and other vehicles.

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  8. As heroin incidents rise, Ithaca police urge residents to be aware and ask for help if they need itRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | 14850 Today

    With a trio of drug-related incidents in the course of a few days, including two deaths, the Ithaca Police Department wants to make the community aware of the problem, and urge people to get help with addiction if they or someone they know needs the help. Mayor Svante Myrick said this afternoon, "Know that anyone who calls 911 to save a life will not be prosecuted for drug possession."

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  9. Big Red Hockey begins men's and women's seasons this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Other schools have a weekend or two in the books, but Ivy League rules mean this is the first weekend of play for Cornell University's men's and women's ice hockey teams. The squads are in action today and tomorrow after last Saturday night's annual Red/White scrimmage, which featured both men's and women's players alternating shifts at Lynah Rink.

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  10. Bed bugs found in student's backpack, Ithaca school district tells parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | 14850 Today

    The Ithaca City School District has informed students and their families after discovering bed bugs in a student's backpack recently. School officials declined to specify which school the student attends.

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  11. Cornell welcomes community to third annual fireworks and laser show to kick off HomecomingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | 14850 Today

    With both Homecoming weekend and the annual meeting of Cornell University's trustees coinciding for the first time, it promises to be a busy couple of days on east hill. The festivities begin Friday night with a fireworks and laser show that's open to the public.

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  12. Downed tree and wires divert Route 96 traffic on Ithaca's west hillRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2014 | 14850 Today

    High winds on an unually warm fall afternoon have knocked down a tree and power wires blocking one lane of traffic on Route 96. The tree came down shortly after 3pm on Tuesday afternoon. The 600 block of Cliff Street, Route 96 on Ithaca's west hill, was originally reduced to one lane.

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  13. Bandwagon Brewpub naming its next beer after Ithaca Mayor MyrickRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2014 | 14850 Today

    It's not the first consumable named after the City of Ithaca's Mayor, but it has a chance at being the tastiest! Bandwagon Brewpub in Downtown Ithaca is naming its latest beer after Svante Myrick. The basement brewery, which is approaching its fifth anniversary, always has several of its own beers on tap, as well as great craft brews from around the state and beyond.

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  14. Spirit of Radio: Authors of Ithaca radio history at Buffalo Street Books and History CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | 14850 Today

    The authors of " Ithaca Radio ," a new book that delves into the history of radio in the Ithaca area, will be appearing at two events in town this week. Peter King Steinhaus and Rick Sommers Steinhaus, themselves both "alumni" of Ithaca's radio culture, will speak at Buffalo Street Books in Downtown Ithaca at 6pm on Thursday, October 9th, and at The History Center at 1pm on Saturday, October 11th.

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  15. Hector Street closed on West Hill following truck crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Hector Street, Route 79 on west hill in the City of Ithaca, is closed on Wednesday afternoon following a crash involving a large construction truck. We're told no one was hurt in the collision, but emergency responders will have the road closed for a while.

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  16. That siren you hear is Cornell testing its emergency notification systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Early Wednesday afternoon, Cornell University is conducting a test of its emergency mass notification systems. Sirens on campus, and to a lesser extent, public address speakers, will be heard around Ithaca as the test is conducted at 12:10pm.

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  17. Mayor Myrick and RelightNY founder announce energy initiative for Ithaca Housing AuthorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | 14850 Today

    Hairston is the founder of RelightNY, the organization responsible for this year's $4,642.00 donation to the Ithaca Housing Authority that will enable the IHA to purchase a large supply of energy-efficient light bulbs. Myrick and Hairston hope the Titus Towers senior apartment complex will be the first of many similar housing areas positively changed by the initiative.

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  18. Deadline this Friday to register to vote in November general electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | 14850 Today

    With election day just under a month away, we'd like to remind Ithaca and Tompkins County residents that the deadline for voter registration in New York State is this Friday, October 10th. Anyone who registers by that date may vote in the November 4th general election.

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  19. Detour: Pleasant Grove Road closing for two weeks in northeast IthacaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2014 | 14850 Today

    The Tompkins County Highway Division is closing a short stretch of Pleasant Grove Road for most of the next two weeks for road work. The work will begin at 6am on Monday, September 29th.

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  20. Dryden Police say missing Dryden teen may be in or heading to IthacaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2014 | 14850 Today

    A teenager missing from his Dryden home may be heading to the Ithaca area, or may already be in the area, according to the Village of Dryden Police Department. 16-year-old Tyler Adams may be depressed and in need of medical care.

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