Ben DeLuca removed as Cornell lacrosse coach in the wake of hazing incident

Ben DeLuca removed as Cornell lacrosse coach in the wake of hazing incident

Cornell University has dismissed Ben DeLuca as head coach of its nationally prominent varsity lacrosse program, in the wake of a late-summer hazing incident that saw the team suspended in September. Cornell athletics director Andy Noel said in a statement, "This was a difficult decision, but our students are our first priority and there is no doubt now that new leadership is required."

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State Senator O'Mara hosting an electronics recycling event Saturday at Ithaca High School

State Senator O'Mara hosting an electronics recycling event Saturday at Ithaca High School

State Senator Tom O'Mara has arranged an electronics recycling event for this Saturday at Ithaca High School, with Hospicare and Palliative Care Services of Tompkins County to benefit. Area residents can bring an unlimited number of items to the high school between 10am and 3pm on Saturday, November 16th.

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Alert passerby spots South Hill porch fire

Alert passerby spots South Hill porch fire

An alert neighbor out for a walk noticed a porch fire early Sunday afternoon, and alerted authorities and building residents. The Ithaca Fire Department says Luzi Tapia was walking along Hudson Place around 2pm Sunday when she noticed flames coming from the porch of a Hudson Heights Apartments unit.

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Cornell senior charged after trio of late-night break-ins

Cornell senior charged after trio of late-night break-ins

A series of calls led police to arrest a Cornell senior in the wee hours of Saturday morning after he allegedly broke into multiple residences in Ithaca's northeast. Byung Jun Lee, a 21-year-old Cornell senior from Korea, was arraigned Saturday morning.

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Varna and Ithaca fire departments extinguish early morning house fire

Varna and Ithaca fire departments extinguish early morning house fire

Firefighters from the Varna and Ithaca fire departments responded early Thursday morning when a newspaper delivery driver spotted a fire at a Snyder Hill residence. Joel Brockway, who delivers newspapers for the Ithaca Journal, called 911 and woke up the home's occupants after noticing the porch fire at about 5am.

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Ithaca Rotary Clubs gear up for annual election day pancake breakfast

Ithaca Rotary Clubs gear up for annual election day pancake breakfast

When election day rolls around, Tompkins County residents get to vote for plain pancakes or blueberry pancakes at the annual Rotary Clubs election day pancake breakfast. The 40th annual pancake breakfast will be held at Ithaca's VFW hall on West State Street for the second straight year.

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Fire department reminds us: Change your clocks, change your batteries

Fire department reminds us: Change your clocks, change your batteries

"Change your clocks, change your batteries," goes the helpful reminder from fire departments. The Ithaca Fire Department reminds area residents that the end of Daylight Saving Time also provides an easy-to-remember opportunity to change batteries in home smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

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Cornell Police investigating Halloween rape

Cornell Police investigating Halloween rape

The Cornell University Police Department says they are investigating a rape that was reported in a house at the northwest corner of campus late on Halloween night. According to the female victim, a man forcibly raped her at a party at 118 McGraw Place.

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Goldwin Smith Hall reopens at 10:30am after fire forces building evacuation

Goldwin Smith Hall reopens at 10:30am after fire forces building evacuation

The Ithaca Fire Department responded to a fire on the Cornell University campus this morning, and at this time Goldwin Smith Hall has reopened after firefighters were able to extinguish the fire quickly. The facility on the eastern edge of Cornell's Arts Quad was evacuated at about 9:30am after occupants noticed smoke filling the building.

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Kids can try hockey for free across Central New York (and the U.S.) this Saturday

Kids can try hockey for free across Central New York (and the U.S.) this Saturday

To kick off "Come Play Hockey Month," which is November, the NHL and USA Hockey have announced that hundreds of local hockey programs across the country are hosting "Try Hockey for Free" events this Saturday for children ages 4-9. 

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