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Monday, August 19, 201308/19/2013

Holiday Inn owners seek tax exemption for expansion project

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The owners of the Holiday Inn in Downtown Ithaca are seeking a tax exemption as part of the hotel’s expansion project.

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Monday, August 19, 201308/19/2013

The high costs of binge drinking

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1 in 5 American adults admit to doing it, and it’s costing society a small fortune.

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Sunday, August 18, 201308/18/2013

Man busted for pair of Stewart Avenue burglaries

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Suspect confronted in two separate burglary attempts, faces multiple charges

Sunday, August 18, 201308/18/2013

Two crashes at same scene; five taken to hospital

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Crashes occurred Saturday night on Route 13; downed wires closed portion of roadway through early Sunday

Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

Dryden gas station robbed; police searching for suspect

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Police investigating robbery of Xtra Mart Sunoco Gas Station in Village of Dryden.

Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

Theft of 840K coins sends NY meter-man to prison

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A former Buffalo, N.Y., parking meter mechanic has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for stealing thousands of dollars in quarters while on the job.

Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

Mom sues over son’s death in PA helicopter crash

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July crash left five dead; woman seeking more than $500,000 in damages.

Friday, August 16, 201308/16/2013

Ithaca adds 1,500 jobs between June and July 2013

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Between June and July of 2013, New York State’s unemployment rate was unchanged at 7.5%, remaining at its lowest level since February of 2009.

Friday, August 16, 201308/16/2013

Groton Olde Home Days Festival kicks off this weekend

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The Village of Groton has a beautiful weekend ahead for a big event.

Friday, August 16, 201308/16/2013

State auditors say Medicaid overpaid by $77 million

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New York auditors say nursing homes were overpaid $46 million from Medicaid while the state-run program overpaid $31 million for hospital care for patients who died within 24 hours after they were admitted.

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Armed home invasions reported in Dryden, Lansing

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Robbery

Suspects took money in both incidents, which occurred late Tuesday night

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New York Times withholds endorsement in Cuomo-Teachout primary

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Gov. Cuomo touting the state's START-UP NY initiative at Cornell University in 2013 (photo by Pete Blanchard)

Paper criticized Cuomo for not doing enough to take influence of money out of state government

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Deputies find meth in backpacks, arrest three in Cortland

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Authorities were acting on tip they received about suspicious activity

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Moms of Ithaca teens say police needed to identify themselves, excessive force wasn’t needed

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The mothers of a group of Ithaca teenagers who were chased down by police earlier this month addressed a crowd of more than 50 people at the Greater Ithaca Activities Center, Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Two of the parents of three Ithaca teens who were chased down by police say they are outraged and hurt that their sons were treated in such a dangerous manner.

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Candidate forum scheduled for Ithaca City judge position

Seth Peacock, an Ithaca attorney and Vice President of the Ithaca City School District Board of Education, was appointed by Mayor Svante Myrick as an interim city court judge on Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Three candidates for an Ithaca City judge position will debate tonight in the City.