Bandwagon Brewpub naming its next beer after Ithaca Mayor Myrick

Bandwagon Brewpub naming its next beer after Ithaca Mayor Myrick

It's not the first consumable named after the City of Ithaca's Mayor, but it has a chance at being the tastiest! Bandwagon Brewpub in Downtown Ithaca is naming its latest beer after Svante Myrick.

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Spirit of Radio: Authors of Ithaca radio history at Buffalo Street Books and History Center

Spirit of Radio: Authors of Ithaca radio history at Buffalo Street Books and History Center

The authors of "Ithaca Radio," a new book that delves into the history of radio in the Ithaca area, will be appearing at two events in town this week.

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Hector Street closed on West Hill following truck crash

Hector Street closed on West Hill following truck crash

Hector Street, Route 79 on west hill in the City of Ithaca, is closed on Wednesday afternoon and evening following a crash involving a large construction truck. 

A crash on West Hill has Route 79 closed on Ithaca's west side.A crash on West Hill has Route 79 closed on Ithaca's west side.

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That siren you hear is Cornell testing its emergency notification system

That siren you hear is Cornell testing its emergency notification system

Early Wednesday afternoon, Cornell University is conducting a test of its emergency mass notification systems. Sirens on campus, and to a lesser extent, public address speakers, will be heard around Ithaca as the test is conducted at 12:10pm.

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Mayor Myrick and RelightNY founder announce energy initiative for Ithaca Housing Authority

Mayor Myrick and RelightNY founder announce energy initiative for Ithaca Housing Authority

This weekend, Mayor Svante Myrick joined Avery Hairston, a recent Cornell graduate, at Titus Towers 1 to announce a major initiative to bring energy-efficient lighting to residents of the City of Ithaca. Hairston is the founder of RelightNY, the organization responsible for this year's $4,642.00 donation to the Ithaca Housing Authority that will enable the IHA to purchase a large supply of energy-efficient light bulbs. Myrick and Hairston hope the Titus Towers senior apartment complex will be the first of many similar housing areas positively changed by the initiative.

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Deadline this Friday to register to vote in November general election

Deadline this Friday to register to vote in November general election

With election day just under a month away, we'd like to remind Ithaca and Tompkins County residents that the deadline for voter registration in New York State is this Friday, October 10th. Anyone who registers by that date may vote in the November 4th general election.

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Suspicious man approaches teen in Collegetown, police say

Suspicious man approaches teen in Collegetown, police say

A teenager waiting to be picked up by a parent was approached in Collegetown by a "suspicious" man on Thursday afternoon, according to the Ithaca Police Department. Can you help police identify the individual?

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Hundreds in Cayuga Heights and Ithaca's northeast without power after thunderstorm

Hundreds in Cayuga Heights and Ithaca's northeast without power after thunderstorm

Nearly 2,000 customers of New York State Electric & Gas are without power on Tuesday evening in the wake of a quick but dramatic thunderstorm that swept across the area. NYSEG says customers can expect power back around 10pm.

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Detour: Judd Falls Road on Cornell's east campus closing Tuesday through Thursday

Detour: Judd Falls Road on Cornell's east campus closing Tuesday through Thursday

A portion of Judd Falls Road on the Cornell University campus that was to be reduced to one lane through Wednesday, October 1st, will be entirely closed to through traffic this coming Tuesday through Thursday. Crews will be completing utility work for the Stocking Hall and Campus Road substation projects.

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Ithaca Dog Fest this Saturday will benefit local rescues and shelters

Ithaca Dog Fest this Saturday will benefit local rescues and shelters

Ithaca Grain and Pet Supply and Bo's Bones are co-hosting the "first annual" Ithaca Dog Fest this Saturday, September 27th, from 9am-2pm. Proceeds from the event will benefit local rescue and shelter operations, who will be on hand with dogs available for adoption.

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