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A strong line of storms barreled through Ithaca late Tuesday afternoon, causing a number of problems in the area. Reports…
In response to a natural gas distribution system at its capacity, NYSEG is proposing constructing a new pipeline in the Town of Lansing along West Dryden Road.
Top prosecutor says he’s cooperating with investigation into Moreland Commission, Cuomo administration
Albany County's DA says he won't talk publicly about investigation, saying that would be irresponsible
The City of Ithaca is holding a public hearing on a proposed development project of the old Emerson Power Transmission site.
Caroline Elementary School has been removed from the list of persistently dangerous schools in New York State.
Governor Cuomo has announced the long-awaited start of a $120 million development project planned for the shoreline of one of the Finger Lakes.
New legislation details what doctors, nurses should be looking for to make sure mothers get treatment after birth
Major project was unveiled Monday; company hopes to add 50 new jobs with expansion
Project manager says 15-year tax abatement agreement would make $40 million Black Oak Wind Farm project viable
New York's governor is studying the state's options for how to spend a $4.2 billion budget surplus.
Group to look at improving truck safety on state highways leading in and out of Ithaca.
The Tompkins County Legislature looks to issue bonds to pay their portion of a number of renovation projects underway at Tompkins Cortland Community College.
New volunteer firefighters in New York state will be screened for past sex offenses under a law signed Monday by Governor Cuomo.
Rain showers brought on by Sunday’s storms was the cause for some localized flooding in the City of Ithaca.
Wall Street Journal reports Larry Schwartz, secretary to governor, will meet with U.S. Attorney in Manhattan
Project will last into early 2015, as businesses deal with slumping numbers at end of reconstruction
When you heard the word “neurology” or “neurosurgery,” you probably think of the brain, and you're not off the mark.
Multiple calls came in early Saturday of shots fired at West Village Apartments; no suspects identified