Winter storm warning suggests as much as a foot of snow for Ithaca area

Winter storm warning suggests as much as a foot of snow for Ithaca area

With as much 10-14 inches of snow forecast for the area from late tonight through Wednesday evening, Ithaca's string of light snowfalls this winter may be at an end. Forecasters say the storm heading for the northeast will bring 7-16 inches of snowfall or mixed precipitation, and Ithaca falls in the middle of a band that's likely to get all snow.

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Downtown Ithaca store relocations mean a huge winter sale this weekend

Downtown Ithaca store relocations mean a huge winter sale this weekend

Two popular boutiques on the Downtown Ithaca Commons, not usually known for thrift-store prices, are currently having an unreal clearance sale. But not because they’re closing down permanently. Cue the Billy Joel, because Avanti and Evolution 102 are moving out!

Evolution, currently on the edge of the Commons on its west side, is moving to Avanti’s current location near Green Street, while Avanti relocates next door to 115 South Cayuga Street.

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This weekend's Big Red women's hockey games will promote mental health awareness and LGBT inclusion

This weekend's Big Red women's hockey games will promote mental health awareness and LGBT inclusion

Cornell women's ice hockey fans are encouraged to wear purple to Friday night's game against Yale to raise mental health awareness, and bright colors to Saturday afternoon's game against Brown to support LGBT inclusiveness. The Big Red, 14-3-4 overall, are returning to Lynah after winning just one of their last four games.

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Health officials urge community to get flu vaccine, as Ithaca College reports 25 confirmed cases of flu

Health officials urge community to get flu vaccine, as Ithaca College reports 25 confirmed cases of flu

Ithaca College's Hammond Health Center says they "have had 25 laboratory-confirmed cases of influenza" this week, and IC officials are urging students, staff, and faculty to get vaccinated. Vaccinations are available to members of both Ithaca College and Cornell University campuses at no charge, and are also widely available throughout the community.

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Memorial service Saturday for retired Cornell Police investigator Scott Hamilton

Memorial service Saturday for retired Cornell Police investigator Scott Hamilton

A memorial service will be held this Saturday evening on the Cornell campus for Scott Hamilton, a retired veteran of the Cornell University Police Department who died on December 9th. The service will begin at 6pm in Sage Chapel, with a reception to follow in the nearby Sage Hall atrium.

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City of Ithaca backpedals, pushes back deadline for using old trash tags

City of Ithaca backpedals, pushes back deadline for using old trash tags

A flurry of complaints greeted this week's announcement from the City Chamberlain's office that trash tag fees were going up, and the deadline to use the old City of Ithaca trash tags was January 31st. City officials have backpedaled, and say residents may use the old tags through February 15th.

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Steam pressure problem leads to chilly morning on Cornell campus

Steam pressure problem leads to chilly morning on Cornell campus

Cornell University says utilities crews are working to resolve a loss of steam pressure on campus early this morning, and in the meantime, buildings on campus will be cooler than usual.

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Ithaca schools issue cold-weather bus advisory for Tuesday morning

Ithaca schools issue cold-weather bus advisory for Tuesday morning

The Ithaca City School District has issued a cold-weather bus advisory for Tuesday morning, as temperatures plummet once again. Temperatures overnight in the Ithaca area are expected to drop to about -4, and won't likely climb above 10 on Tuesday.

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Cold-weather bus advisories for Ithaca and Lansing school districts for Thursday

Cold-weather bus advisories for Ithaca and Lansing school districts for Thursday

Both Ithaca City School District and Lansing Central School District have issued bus advisories for Thursday morning. The advisories are geared toward keeping students who take a school bus from having to wait outdoors too long in this week's frigid temperatures.

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Power blip will cause short heating interruption on campus, warns Cornell

Power blip will cause short heating interruption on campus, warns Cornell

Cornell University says its utilities crews are working to restore power to a few campus buildings, following a "power blip" and partial outage that affected much of campus. 

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