Passover observance offers food symbolism, grain restrictions

April 20, 2016

This week, 14850 Dining is talking about Passover and its food traditions. Straight out of the Bible's Book of Exodus, the Passover story is about the Jewish people's departure from slavery in Egypt, and the holiday is full of traditions that recall aspects of that story. [...]

Candidate John Plumb will be at Tomkpins kickoff event today

April 20, 2016

The local campaign to elect John Plumb to the 23rd New York congressional district starts today, and the candidate will be in town to greet supporters and answer questions. The fourth-generation Western New Yorker and U.S. Navy veteran is looking to unseat incumbent Tom Reed. [...]

Polls are open. Turned away? Here’s what to do.

April 19, 2016

Polls in Tompkins County and most of the rest of New York State opened at 12 noon, and are open until 9pm. If you go to your polling place and you're told you're not eligible to vote, there are a couple of things you can do. [...]
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