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Trumansburg school board leader steps down after comments about Capitol riot

Scott Sherwood, who before this week served as the president of the Trumansburg Central School District Board of Education, resigned after giving an emotional speech. It came at a meeting on Monday, which was reported by The Ithaca Voice. Sherwood had posted ... MORE
FL1 DAILY: Important addiction recovery services continue during pandemic (podcast)

FL1 DAILY: What impact will pandemic have on local addiction? (podcast)

The Addiction Center estimates that nearly 21 million Americans suffer from some form of addiction. Yet only 10% of them receive treatment. Since 1990 overdose deaths have more than tripled; and between 1999 and 2017 more than 700,000 Americans died from overdosing ... MORE
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Trumansburg man sent text messages to protected party, faces felony contempt charge

Trumansburg man sent text messages to protected party, faces felony contempt charge

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Trumansburg man on a felony contempt charge after an investigation in Interlaken. John Orak, 52, of Trumansburg was found to have violated a court order on Christmas Day around 3 a.m. by ... MORE
Trumansburg driver charged with aggravated DWI after crash in Seneca County

Trumansburg driver charged with aggravated DWI after crash in Seneca County

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Trumansburg resident following a property damage crash on Route 96 in Covert. Deputies say Steven Gravina, 63, was arrested after a crash on December 20th around 3 p.m. His vehicle was located ... MORE
PREMIERE @ 8:30 PM – OUR FINGER LAKES HISTORY: The Flood of 1935 (podcast)

OUR FINGER LAKES HISTORY: The Flood of 1935 (podcast)

In this edition of Our Finger Lakes History, Seneca County Historian Walter Gable deals with the Flood of 1935 that devastated the southern Finger Lakes. The July 1935 flood killed 44 people and caused millions of dollars in damages. This extended episode ... MORE
GrassRoots cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

Grassroots cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

Grassroots has been cancelled. For the last 30 years the annual festival has been a major event for Tompkins County. Organizers said in a message that it would be cancelled until July 2021. Photo by Greg Cotterill “We come together several times ... MORE
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Organizers say Grassroots Festival is on this July

Organizers say Grassroots Festival is on this July

Organizers of the Grassroots Festival in Tompkins County say the show will go on this year. In an email to supporters on Monday, organizers said that efforts are being taken to keep the community informed along the way. It’s the 30th anniversary ... MORE
Driver ticketed for DWI after fleeing scene of head-on crash; second driver airlifted to hospital

Driver ticketed for DWI after fleeing scene of head-on crash; second driver airlifted to hospital

Deputies say the driver involved in a head-on crash in Tompkins County fled the scene on Friday around 4 p.m. The crash happened along the 8400 block of Perry City Road, near Waterburg Road. Deputies say a Markley Doane, 24, was operating ... MORE
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Running water at Taughannock (photo)

A photo from Taughannock Falls State Park from Rachel Burkholder ... MORE
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Taughannock on a bright, but wintry day (photo)

Capturing the beauty of late-fall, and early-winter in the Finger Lakes at Taughannock Falls. Photo by Timothy Lerkins ... MORE
Main Street Market offers locally grown foods in Trumansburg

Main Street Market offers locally grown foods in Trumansburg

At a “soft” opening last Wednesday, Kevin and Lauren McKinzey introduced their new enterprise, Main Street Market, focused on locally grown and prepared foods, on Trumansburg’s thriving main drag. T’burgers took a break from their Thanksgiving preparations to celebrate, and the reception ... MORE
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One way to beat the cold (photo)

This is one way to beat the cold. This shot was captured in Trumansburg. Photo by Christine Houseworth‎ ... MORE
INHS receives nearly $1 million for green housing project in Trumansburg

INHS receives nearly $1 million for green housing project in Trumansburg

A 40-unit multi-family affordable housing proposal in Trumansburg took another step forward Tuesday with the announcement of nearly $1 million in funding awarded by New York State for its green, energy-efficient design. Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services was awarded $932,280 by the New ... MORE
GrassRoots Festival’s vision for future grows

GrassRoots Festival’s vision for future grows

In an area that loves its festivals, the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance is one of the most iconic. For nearly three decades, the celebration has featured a wide array of musical acts and drawn tens of thousands of ... MORE
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Colorful at Taughannock (photo)

Taughannock Falls looked amazing Friday morning surrounded by beautiful fall colors. Photo by Jim Porupski ... MORE