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People upset about natural gas pipeline in Ithaca area
NYSEG says natural gas pipelines in the Ithaca area are full and they need an extension to take off some of the pressure. The company wants to build a new seven mile stretch on the south side of west Dryden and Farrell roads.
» Ithaca mayor outlines plan to improve accountability
» Route 52 & 53 detour in effect Wednesday
» Cornell steps up gorge safety
» Review says race did not play a role in Ithaca police stop
» Ithaca pledges change after gun-drawn incident
» NYSEG plans pipeline meeting in Freeville
» Ithaca Police Issue Report on Controversial Stop
» Cortland County Sheriff's K-9 dies
» Tompkins lawmakers' emails insecure
» Texting-while-driving tickets increasing across Tier
» Gorge rangers frustrated in Ithaca
» Police monitor: Arrests in Tompkins County
» Green Party gubernatorial hopeful to visit Ithaca
» Newfield man foiled in Turning Stone robbery
» Groton man faces new sex abuse charges
» Ithaca Chief: Race was not a factor in recent encounter
» Storm knocks down power lines in Ithaca
» Village Board votes against LPG storage in town of Reading
» Cornell sailing center burglarized, safe stolen
» Cornell internship program grows community partnerships
» Lawsuits filed in fatal truck crash at Simeon's
» Lansing firefighters extinguish home fire
» Three women arrested for using their children to steal
» Police, Ithaca board probe police-teens confrontation
» Ithaca officer reportedly pulls gun on 4 teens of color
» Suspects found on roofs of Ithaca businesses
» Ithaca man on tape breaking into area business
» Ithaca Police investigating two break-ins at area businesses
» Internal investigation launched into Ithaca officer
» Ithaca dealer reports damage to 700+ vehicles
» Developer puts Ridgewood Road apartments on hold
» Summer sees Cornell construction on rise
» Police Monitor: Arrests in Tompkins County
» Study: Finch disease bacteria are in other species
» Ithaca man charged with groping a sleeping woman
» Saturday vehicle fires in Ithaca were arson
» Ithaca, Cornell bridge suicide civil trial to begin
» Parole Officer accused of killing estranged wife
» Ithaca High School gym work is behind schedule
» Multiple crimes in Ithaca within hours of each other
» Ithaca burglary suspect caught on tape
» Ithaca Firefighters battle house fire, save man on gorge trail
» Victim pepper sprayed in Ithaca robbery attempt
» Man overcome by chemicals at Kendal at Ithaca
» Ex-Cornell wrestler's rape trial begins Monday
» Casino public hearing to be held Sept. 24 in Ithaca
» Man pepper-sprayed in Ithaca robbery attempt
» Ithaca man charged with menacing in Interlaken
» Freeville woman pleads guilty to stealing $365K
» Ithaca man caught with 200 bags of heroin
Local Sports
Gallery: Demolition Derby at the Trumansburg Fair
» Trumansburg drops varsity football for 2014 season
» Summer comes to 'end' for fall sports athletes
» Soggy conditions for final day of Jets Training Camp
» Kyle Busch discusses his success at Watkns Glen
» Doug MacLean wins Cayuga Lake Triathlon
» In Cortland, Michael Vick embraces new role
» NY Jets arrive in Cortland for training camp
» Fans excited for start of Jets training camp
» NY Jets set to arrive in Cortland
» Stanley Cup coming to Ithaca on Saturday
» Stanley Cup coming to Ithaca on Saturday
» Jets announce SUNY Cortland training camp schedule
» New York Jets announce camp schedule at Cortland
Local People and Places
Ithaca judge candidates make cases for election
Three candidates made the case for why they should be elected Ithaca City Court judge during a forum held Tuesday at the Greater Ithaca Activities Center.
» Travel & Leisure magazine deems Ithaca among quirkiest
» Harold’s Square still on for Ithaca, with changes
» Lake advocate to speak at SLPWA meeting
» Lansing’s Crossroads Bar and Grille Chills for ALS
» Angel horse in Ithaca
» Ithaca College, Cornell named LGBT-friendly schools
» Group seeks to improve police-community relations
» Gallery:Trumansburg Firemen's Parade
» New Cornell Extension director sees challenges ahead
» Cornell, IC students arrive in Ithaca
» Tompkins area students fight hunger through fellowships
» Fall to yield bumper crop of good music
» Finger Lakes Library system moving to Dryden
» Fun begins at Trumansburg Fair
» Gallery: Ithaca Firefighters Day
» TCAT bus service traffic update
» Tompkins considers e-cigarette ban
» Ithaca firefighters show off gear at Kids Day
» Getting help in Tier when it feels hopeless
» America’s Got Talent hosts Ithaca acts
» Ithaca has the best coffee shop in NYS
» Owasco airport hosts Airfield Days
» Zephyr Teachout to visit Ithaca
» Inside a Dryden archaeological dig
» Cornell shows how menus can trick you to spend more
» Dancers move in step at Swingin' on Cayuga
» Ithaca College prepares for students return
» Heavenly light shines through stained glass in Dryden
» Upstate Live reviews Grassroots 2014
» Incubator farm in Ithaca helps farmers get started
» 24th GrassRoots Festival in photos
» Tompkins Co. Movies in the Park 2014
» Greek Peak Hopes to Make Summer Festival Annual Tradition
» Music lovers enjoy start of GrassRoots Festival
» Destination Dining: Ithaca is locavore's dream
» GrassRoots returns, offering an array of sights & sounds
» Cornell to remove beloved, but dying magnolia tree
» Street Painting Festival adds color to Elmira
» GrassRoots to draw 10,000 to Trumansburg
» Community rallies around Ithaca crash victims
» Dryden, Cortlandville fire companies share grant for equipment
» Ithaca Food Network contestant moves on
» Ithaca ninth-best New York city
» Relay for Life in Tompkins County
» Ithaca hydrilla meeting at Stewart Park
» Farmers market provides Saturday gathering place
» Ithaca is most exciting place in New York
» Ithaca Food Network Star advances to Episode 7
» New public art to be unveiled in Ithaca
» Hangar Theatre presents Little Shop of Horrors
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