Ithaca Police swearing in 9-year-old as honorary officer

September 12, 2016

When City of Ithaca police chief John Barber met 9-year-old Colin Toland earlier this summer at the IPD community BBQ, he learned the young man wanted nothing more than to become a police officer. Today, that dream comes true! [...]

Ellis Hollow Fair, in its seventh decade, this Saturday east of Ithaca

September 9, 2016

It's not the oldest fair in the area, not by a long shot, but the Ellis Hollow Country Fair has a lot of things going for it. The annual event, scheduled for Saturday afternoon, has hay rides, a dunking booth, music, games, face painting, and food and crafts vendors, and perhaps best of all, admission is free. [...]

Dominion Transmission locks out employees at Dryden facility

September 8, 2016

Employees at Dominion Transmission's E. M. Borger natural gas transmission station in Dryden say they've been locked out of their jobs by the company after Dominion and United Gas Workers Union Local 69 couldn't come to terms on a new contract. [...]

New project finally beginning where Chapter House stood

September 3, 2016

It's been nearly a year since the remains of the Chapter House building in Ithaca's Collegetown neighborhood were torn down, and plans have been filed for a new building on that location, a block from the Cornell University campus. [...]
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