Podcasts

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Tuesday, October 8, 201310/08/2013

All Things Equal – October 8, 2013

Program Coordinator Meaghan Sheehan Rosen and board member Marty Hatch from the Friendship Donations Network

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Saturday, October 5, 201310/05/2013

Good Growing–October 5, 2013

Good Growing with David Stewart and Ithaca Agway’s Dan Lee.

Wednesday, October 2, 201310/02/2013

Real People, Real Jobs – October 2, 2013

Tompkins County Area Development’s Martha Armstrong talks with Andy Sciarabba.

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Tuesday, October 1, 201310/01/2013

All Things Equal – October 1, 2013

Program Coordinator for for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program at the Ithaca Youth Bureau Joe Gibson

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Saturday, September 28, 201309/28/2013

Good Growing – September 28, 2013

Good Growing with David Stewart and Ithaca Agway’s Dan Lee

United Way

Tuesday, September 24, 201309/24/2013

Caring & our community

President of the United Way of Tompkins County James Brown

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Saturday, September 21, 201309/21/2013

Good Growing – September 21, 2013

Our weekly segment with Ithaca Agway’s Dan Lee and David Stewart

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Gerontology Institute fall workshops

Director of the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute Rhoda Meador and Project Coordinator for the Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center Chris Decker

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Saturday, September 14, 201309/14/2013

Good Growing – September 14, 2013

Your weekly Good Growing program features David Stewart and Ithaca Agway’s Dan Lee

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Tuesday, September 10, 201309/10/2013

International outreach in Ithaca

Education Outreach Coordinator for the Einaudi Center and Cornell Educational Resources for International Studies (CERIS) Nicky Koschman

Recent Headlines

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IPD asks city to hire two more officers

From left, Ithaca Police Chief John Barber; Ithaca Public Information Officer Jamie Williamson; Deputy Chief Peter Tyler

Ithaca’s police chief is asking city lawmakers to set aside funding to hire two more officers.

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NY raises fine for pet theft to $1,000

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New York has raised the fine for trying to steal someone's pet to $1,000.

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GM recalls 717K vehicles, not for ignition switches

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General Motors Co. announced six recalls covering more than 700,000 vehicles in the United States for varying reasons.

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Senate panel approves Veterans Affairs nominee

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Bob McDonald, President Obama's choice to run the VA, looks set for an easy Senate confirmation.

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Ithaca shooting suspect turns himself in, set to reappear in court Friday

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Zavierus King is a suspect in an October 2013 shooting in the city.