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Bombers win big in football; soccer teams sweep

Ithaca College scored 50 points in a football game for the first time in eight years Saturday as the Bombers downed visiting Hartwick College, 50-27, in an Empire 8 Conference game. Ithaca, which defeated Frostburg State, 51-27, in 2008, pulled away from a 13-all halftime tie with 30 straight points. Ithaca Journal – Sports: Read More more

Ithaca mulls paid parking on evenings, weekends

The City of Ithaca is losing money each year on parking and, as a way to increase revenue, is exploring the idea of paid parking on nights and weekends. Ithaca brings in slightly more than $3 million a year in parking revenue, city Chief of Staff Dan Cogan said. However, when factoring in costs like the debt for parking garages,... more

Undefeated Cornell big underdog vs. rival Harvard

Cornell University football fans felt something special in the works during a satisfying 14-point victory homecoming weekend against Yale two weeks ago. After a thrilling 23-point comeback on Saturday against then No. 25-ranked Colgate, fans are feeling like the program has turned the corner. The Big Red will have another stiff test facing them this week when they travel to... more

Ithaca PD: Suspect ID’d, still seeking additional information

Update from Ithaca Police on October 4th: On September 28, 2016 at about 7:41 pm IPD officers responded to a stabbing in the 400 block of Stewart Avenue. Investigators have developed information that during that incident a subject named Khaliq Gale and another male became involved in a dispute with two other people. Investigators have determined that during the dispute... more

Negotiations break down between Ithaca College faculty and administrators

While it’s not as prominent as last year’s protests, Ithaca College is still dealing with some turmoil between the administration and faculty. In May of last year, IC’s part-time faculty voted to form a union, citing complaints about compensation and job security that are being faced by adjunct professors at Ithaca College and across the nation. Ithaca Voice: Read More more

Around the Ivy: Cornell and Harvard sit atop early conference standings

After three weeks of regular season play, Cornell and No. 22 Harvard are the last standing undefeated teams in the Ivy League. Saturday’s clash between the two teams assures that only one will continue its bid for an undefeated season. Around the league, Princeton and Dartmouth both have posted two wins, while Penn and Brown have 1-2 records. Columbia and... more

Walk-off home run ends IFD, IPD softball game

While talk in the dugouts indicated bragging rights were at stake Saturday afternoon, as the Ithaca firefighters took on the police officers in softball, the big emphasis was on fun, and raising money for a good cause. The two squads had played a few times on Wednesdays over the summer and together had come up with some twists and rules... more

Apple Harvest Festival returns to Ithaca

Slight midday sprinkles did not hold back the crowds Friday at the Apple Harvest Festival in Ithaca. The Commons filled quickly as the three-day festival began at noon, though the 100 block of West State Street, with rides and amusements, was quieter. The crowd on the Commons included large numbers of college students. Ithaca Journal – News: Read More more

Owego runs past Ithaca in football

With the weather a constant mix of mist and light rain at Owego Free Academy on Friday night, both the Indians and visiting Ithaca needed to lean heavily on their top-notch running games. Josh Goodrich ran for a game-high 138 yards and Owego proved it was the dominant team on the ground by piling up 388 yards on 54 rushing... more

Two arrested on drug charges after traffic stop in Ithaca after rider in car seen hanging out window

On September 22nd at about 8:35 pm, Deputies observed a 2012 BMW traveling north on State Route 13 near Third Street in the City of Ithaca. They reported that a young male was hanging out the window vomiting, and the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed for conditions. When the deputy attempted to stop the motorist, the... more

Ithaca firefighter facing charges after gun incident in Cortland

An Ithaca firefighter is facing misdemeanor charges stemming from an incident involving a long gun last week, officials confirmed. According to The Cortland Voice, Daryl Pace, 33, is accused of standing in her driveway with a long gun and “menacing” Cortland firefighters as they flushed a nearby hydrant. Ithaca Voice: Read More more

Around the Ivy: Cornell Joins Harvard, Dartmouth in Starting Season 2-0

After two weeks of play, Cornell is among three Ivy League teams that have yet to record a loss. Joining the Red are Harvard and Dartmouth, two of last year’s co-champions. Along with Columbia and Yale, the third co-champion, Penn, remains winless. Princeton and Brown have both posted 1-1 records so far. Cornell Sun Sports: Read More more

Cornell throttles Yale on Homecoming Weekend

Very late in the fourth quarter, as Yale tried to rally from a two-touchdown deficit, Cornell senior linebacker Jackson Weber broke up two passes but was unable to reel in the interception both times. He was not going to let it happen a third time. With the next passing play heading in his direction, Weber used both hands to corral... more

Cornell students march as part of national protests against police shootings

When unarmed black man Terence Crutcher was shot by a police officer in Tulsa, Cornell student Delmar Fears felt almost desensitized to the shooting. Crutcher's death, along with the death of North Carolina man Keith Lamont Scott at the hands of a police officer, didn't spark the Black Student Union's march through campus Friday afternoon, though. Read More more

Cornell men’s hockey ranked fifth, sixth in preseason ECAC polls

In the annual preseason ECAC polls, Cornell was tabbed to finish fifth by the media and sixth by the conference’s coaches. While the Red’s squad remains similar and strong, as compared to last year’s, the team’s key opponents have also kept their squads up to par. Top names ranked ahead of Cornell include perennial favorites including Quinnipiac, Harvard and Yale.... more

Ithaca man injured in accident on Rt. 96 in Seneca Co.

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports on September 3rd at 3:33 pm Deputies responded to State Route 96 at County Road 130 for a motor vehicle accident with an injured person. Deputies report Nicholas s. Antczak of Ithaca was operating a SUV northbound on State Route 96 when he lost control of the vehicle. The SUV proceeded off the roadway... more
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