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Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services has received a $2 million grant from the U.S Department of Treasury to provide a number of services for Tompkins County homeowners.
Business owners have criticized project since last year, expressing concerns about costs being levied on businesses for work along roadway
Police say Homer man disclosed indictment, testimony to defendant in drug-related cases
Includes 0.7 percent increase in the tax rate.
Two suspects were caught trying to break into Subway location in Ithaca early Tuesday morning.
The Republican trying to oust New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the state constitution should be changed to allow direct election of the Board of Regents.
Ithaca Police are searching for the three suspects.
It's the first time that the Ithaca Fire Department has used the new treatment.
The annual Cortaca Jug football game is a little more than two months away, and the Cortland community is already taking steps to try and prevent over-the-top booze-fueled partying that headlined the news last year.
This past Labor Day weekend was the first full weekend with college students back in town, and local police were out conducting Quality of Life patrols.
Stephen Schumejda is accused in domestic incident reported Monday morning in Cazenovia
Girls were abducted in August, released 24 hours later; two people have been charged
New York Farm Bureau predicts above-average crop this year, following record year in 2013
Emergency crews say man nearly drowned Monday afternoon at waterfall off Lake Street
Theft happened sometime Monday morning at home on McCloy Road
The risk of head injuries and concussions in football continues to be an issue at the professional and grade school level.
A working group tasked with coming up with ways to try and prevent tragic accidents involving large trucks in downtown Ithaca has yet to meet.
State Route 327 in Enfield is still damaged due to heavy rainfall in the summer of 2013.
Report from American Cancer Society shows New York is making cuts in programs to prevent tobacco use
Stabbing happened before 1 a.m. on Hillview Place on Ithaca's South Hill