New York to review care of retired racehorses

State gaming officials say racehorses should be able to live full lives after their racing days are over.


Cuomo, other NY officials taking trip to Puerto Rico

The trip to Puerto Rico kicked off Monday afternoon.


Bear Walk aims to build better relationships between students and residents

After receiving feedback from participants, there will be a fair incorporated into the fair.

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Drivers injured in Route 13 accident released from hospital

Both of the drivers were treated for non-life threatening injuries.


Sea of green: Cabbage truck rollover in Rochester

Sheriff's deputies say the trucker was taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

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New Ithaca Commons buzzing with activity

Officials say they're excited to see residents reclaim the space as their own.

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Officials look to Ithaca Commons to bring in tourism dollars

County officials say the finished Ithaca Commons should be a renewed draw for visitors from across the country.


New York tax revenues higher than last year

Officials say tax revenues are up 10 percent from this time last year.


State Police welcomes new graduates

Nearly 200 new officers will join the State Police in a ceremony on Thursday.

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Ithaca College announces staff cuts for second straight year

Officials at Ithaca College haven't confirmed if any of the 40 positions to be cut are occupied.

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SUNY Cortland students return to classes

Classes at SUNY Cortland begin Monday for the fall semester.

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Garrett: Ithaca’s Collegetown “not as alive as it should be”

New Cornell president says vibrancy of Collegetown is important to school, neighbors in Collegetown; says addition of new building will add some life

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“Offensive banners” hung from Cortland homes; SUNY Cortland investigating

Sign was seen hanging from off-campus house on Groton Avenue in Cortland at around 3:30 p.m. Friday; school is investigating

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Drivers in Route 13 crash injured

An investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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Mayor: Ithaca sacrificed, building best downtown in the country

The reconstruction project has been in the works for nearly a decade.

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Accident causes shutdown on Route 13 in Dryden

The accident happened around 2:30 p.m. Friday at the intersection of 13 and Lower Creek Road.


Cayuga Waterfront Trail to open this weekend

The Cayuga Waterfront Trail has its grand opening celebration Sunday after 15 years of work.


OPEN! Brand new Ithaca Commons celebrated with fanfare

City, state leaders led celebration Friday on Ithaca Commons; ribbon cutting ceremony was held, with ribbon stretching from Aurora Street to Cayuga Street

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Cornell hits record fundraising numbers for sesquicentennial

Fundraising totals for the Cornell Now campaign have hit over $6 billion.


Workers keep digging on Lansing school septic systems

The septic system overhaul will not be finished before the schools' opening day.

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