Ithaca police seeking person of interest as they investigate East Hill burglaries

Ithaca police seeking person of interest as they investigate East Hill burglaries

The Ithaca Police Department says they are looking for "a person of interest in a series of burglaries" and they're reaching out to the community for help identifying him.

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Woman airlifted to trauma center after witnesses say she jumped into Six Mile Creek

Woman airlifted to trauma center after witnesses say she jumped into Six Mile Creek

A woman was airlifted to a regional trauma center tonight after reportedly jumping into Six Mile Creek in Downtown Ithaca, according to the Ithaca Police Department.

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Mayor Myrick spared a turkey today at the Ithaca Farmers Market's Thanksgiving market

Mayor Myrick spared a turkey today at the Ithaca Farmers Market's Thanksgiving market

The Ithaca Farmers Market had its annual Thanksgiving Market this year, as folks came to stock up on local squash, vegetables, and meats for their holiday table, and Mayor Svante Myrick joined in the festivities to ceremonially pardon a local turkey.

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Cornell Police investigating late-night car crash through architecture building wall

Cornell Police investigating late-night car crash through architecture building wall

The driver was "seriously injured" but none of the students working inside were hurt when a car crashed through the wall of Rand Hall late Saturday night. The Cornell University Police Department says they're investigating the crash.

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Dozens of animals seized by SPCA of Tompkins County in Newfield hoarding case

Dozens of animals seized by SPCA of Tompkins County in Newfield hoarding case

Executive Director Jim Bouderau of the SPCA of Tompkins County says 28 animals were seized from a home in Newfield in a suspected hoarding and neglect case. Three additional animals were found already deceased in the home.

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Two goals in third period preserve a tie for Big Red Women in Tuesday night action at Lynah

Two goals in third period preserve a tie for Big Red Women in Tuesday night action at Lynah

Cornell women's ice hockey took an early lead in Tuesday night's game against rival Colgate, but the visiting Raiders got on top in the 2nd and led for much of the rest of the game. Two goals for the Red in the third left the icers with a tie.

Now 2-4-2, 1-2-2 in ECAC play, the Big Red travels to Erie, Pennsylvania this weekend for a doubleheader at Mercyhurst, with a 7pm game on Friday and a 2pm game on Saturday. They won't return to action at Lynah Rink until 2016.

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GreenStar Co-Op hosting town hall meeting about new Collegetown store

GreenStar Co-Op hosting town hall meeting about new Collegetown store

It's been in the works for years, and GreenStar says plans for their Collegetown location are finally moving forward. They're hosting a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday to discuss the plans.

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More info sessions for Tompkins Community Solar Initiative include Thursday at Carriage House

More info sessions for Tompkins Community Solar Initiative include Thursday at Carriage House

Renovus Energy wants to make clean, affordable solar power available to everyone, and thanks to their Tompkins Community Solar Initiative, they just might be able to pull that off. The company has several more info sessions scheduled around the Finger Lakes, including this Thursday at the Carriage House Cafe.

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Students at Ithaca College stage walkout to urge President Tom Rochon to step down

Students at Ithaca College stage walkout to urge President Tom Rochon to step down

A "solidarity walkout" organized earlier this week by a group calling itself "People of Color at Ithaca College," or POC at IC, drew hundreds of IC students out of their classes on Wednesday afternoon, as well as dozens of supporters from Cornell.

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Sunrise Rotary spaghetti dinner to raise funds for BOCES and youth programs now at Boynton MS

Sunrise Rotary spaghetti dinner to raise funds for BOCES and youth programs now at Boynton MS

It's the 29th annual Sunrise Rotary Spaghetti Dinner, and despite a scramble this morning to find a new venue after a power outage forced school officials to close Ithaca High School, the fundraiser will go on with a new venue: Boynton Middle School.

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