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Due to new USDA guidelines, the price of breakfasts provided to students in Ithaca City Schools will increase next school year.
Tompkins County has approved property tax abatements for Incodema3D, a spinoff of the Ithaca-based Incodema, Inc.
New York State’s coverage for helping smokers quit is inadequate, according to a new report from the American Lung Association.
A 22 year-old Endicott woman was charged after kicking in the door of a gas station in Candor. Investigators say…
Demolition work done at site following June crash; work this week has focused on closing off site to weather conditions
Mayor reacts to increased violence problems on Ithaca's West Hill during July
New stars shine on first day of camp at SUNY Cortland
Report by Empire Center for Public Policy shows pay for municipal employees outside New York City
South Seneca one of four districts that may turn down state grant, because there's not enough time to implement programs
She drove over a road barrel, and then got stuck in a swamp behind a grocery store.
New York plans to hold public hearings on regulations governing service workers who get tips and have base pay lower than the state's hourly minimum wage.
New York Jets will be in Cortland for training camp through mid-August; team is in town for sixth year
Incident happened Tuesday as deputies arrested man for April burglary
Police say two children climbed out window of home in Waterloo; officer rescued 3-year-old from Erie Canal shortly after they left home
Ithaca’s police chief is asking city lawmakers to set aside funding to hire two more officers.
New York has raised the fine for trying to steal someone's pet to $1,000.
Zavierus King is a suspect in an October 2013 shooting in the city.
A 25 year old Ithaca man faces drug possession charges following a Tuesday night incident near the West Village Apartments.
Planning board officials made decision to hold off on votes until at least August; some say contamination issues must be dealt with before project moves forward
State agencies have begun adding gender identity to their data collection, part of an effort Gov. Andrew Cuomo says will help the state better meet the needs of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender New Yorkers.