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WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES: Photos of Taughannock show how wet this summer has been compared to a year ago

Looking for good photographic evidence that this summer has been a soaker compared to last year? These shots taken by Rachel Burkholder looking at Taughannock Falls tell the tale. The photo on the left was taken in the last week. While the photo on the right shows the same venue exactly one-year ago showcasing how dry last summer was in... more

GrassRoots Fest kicks off Thursday in Trumansburg

The Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance has grown to become one of the most anticipated local events of the summer since the inaugural event at the Trumansburg Fairgrounds in 1991. Once called one of the top 10 outdoor music festivals in the country by USA Today, one of the reasons GrassRoots Festival sticks out is because of... more

NY TIMES: 36 Hours in the Finger Lakes Region of New York

The roughly 9,000 square miles that surround the 11 sinuous Finger Lakes in west-central New York State are filled with blue hills, rolling farmland and vineyards that produce some of the world’s greatest rieslings. It is an area of charming villages and towns, with historic treasures, including the Women’s Rights National Historical Park, in Seneca Falls. Ithaca, the site of... more

Fish-killing disease VHS confirmed in Cayuga Lake, first in Finger Lakes in decade

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has confirmed the presence of a fish-killing virus in Cayuga Lake. Viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS) has killed thousands of round gobies in Cayuga Lake, which runs north-south between Seneca Falls and Ithaca. VHS, which poses no threat to humans, causes hemorrhaging of fish tissue and internal organs. It has impacted fish populations... more

T’burg boys easily win Section IV track title

The Trumansburg boys track team crushed the competition in the Section IV Class C championship meet at home last week, earning 148 points for the title. Sidney placed second with 59 and Elmira Notre Dame placed third with 56. Lansing placed seventh with 35.5 points and Dryden finished 10th with 20 points. Senior Sam Ives placed second in the steeplechase... more

FLX Waterfalls flowing in Spring of 2017 (photo galleria by Rachel Burkholder)

The wet spring in the Finger Lakes has meant the many waterfalls throughout the region are flowing at full capacity. Rachel Burkholder has been out to see quite a few as you’ll be able to tell in our FLX Photo Galleria in the player below… – Check out more local photos here. more

Trumansburg clinches IAC Small North baseball title

The Trumansburg Blue Raiders clinched the IAC North Small division Wednesday afternoon at home with a 6-0 victory over the Moravia Blue Devils. It locks the team into an IAC Small championship bout with Tioga (10-3, 9-2 IAC Small South) at Dunn Field in Elmira Thursday, May 11. Waverly (14-1, 11-0 Big South) and Union Springs (11-1, 9-0 Big North)... more

Trumansburg pitcher strikes out 14 in no-hitter

Jack English threw a no-hitter Wednesday as Trumansburg rolled to a 16-0 baseball rout of visiting Marathon in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference. English took a perfect game into the seventh, but a throwing error allowed a runner to reach base. He struck out the final two batters, finishing his no-no with 14 strikeouts and no walk IthacaJournal.com: Read More more

Trumansburg leads police on foot chase after Kinney Drug larceny

On April 14th at approximately 5:35 pm the Town of Seneca Falls Police arrested Harold L. Oliver, 39, of Trumansburg for petit larceny and obstructing governmental administration. Seneca Falls Police responded to Kinney Drugs for the report of larceny in progress. Prior to police arrival, the suspect left on foot and a search of the area was conducted. The suspect... more

Union Springs defeats Trumansburg, 4-3

Trumansburg was heating up. Then the baseball team ran into Union Springs Thursday afternoon. The Wolves walked out of T’burg with a 4-3 victory, plating three runs in fourth inning that gave them a 3-2 lead. They pushed one across in the sixth and allowed one to the Blue Raiders in the bottom of the seventh before closing out the... more

Moravia’s Funk strikes out 16 in no-hitter vs. Trumansburg

Maddie Funk struck out 16 batters in a no-hitter, as the Moravia softball team beat Trumansburg 9-0 Monday. Funk was perfect through five innings, and only faced 23 batters. The Blue Devils’ Julia Jandrew recorded a triple, Chloe McNabb had two hits, and Megan Nunes registered three hits and four stolen bases. The Citizen: Read More more

Trumansburg superintendent finalists drop out, board votes to find interim

The Trumansburg Central School District Board voted to search for an interim superintendent for the 2017-2018 school year after both of the final candidates withdrew their applications. Final candidate Rick Moore received other offers from multiple districts and withdrew to take another position and candidate David Hamilton withdrew to pursue other options, board of education president Jane Gallagher said on... more

Trumansburg man charged with DWI in Seneca Falls

On March 17th at 6:32 pm, the Town of Seneca Falls Police Department arrested Corey Richardson, 39, of Trumansburg for driving while intoxicated, driving with .08 percent blood-alcohol content and no seatbelt following a traffic stop on West Bayard St. in the Town of Seneca Falls. Richardson was released on UTT’s and is to appear in Seneca Falls Town Court... more

Tompkins Co. dealing with more overdoses by the day

After officials released information outlining the possibility of eight overdoses in a short period of time — Ithaca and Tompkins County added another potential two overdoses to that list. Heroin has become one of the biggest, if not the outright biggest fight that local and state officials are trying to combat. The Ithaca Voice has extended coverage on the recent... more
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