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Tompkins Sheriff's office seeks unidentified man
The Tompkins County Sheriff's Office is looking for assistance in identifying a man who entered the sheriff's office lobby on June 30.
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» Lifton eyes funding to replace Cayuga plant
» SF PD arrest Ithaca man on bench warrant
» Serious head-on crash in Freeville
» IPD continues search for suspects in West Hill shooting
» Fireworks remain illegal in Tompkins
» Tompkins Sheriff asks for help identifying subject
» Experts address Tompkins County heroin use
» Cayuga Heights issues final audit response
» High water advisory reissued for Cayuga Lake
» Ithaca Police looking for two in shooting
» Dryden man facing several charges after traffic stop
» Group calls for end to state's coal bailouts
» Former TCAT employee sentenced after $247K theft
» Documents released on fatal Ithaca crash
» Lifton urges Cayuga plant closure to Cuomo
» Records shed light on Simeon's crash, investigation
» Pot odor led to Ithaca heroin bust after traffic stop
» Club Sudz demolition to begin Monday
» WATCHDOG REPORT: Clogged inlet creates flooding hazard
» Driver in Simeon's crash faces three civil lawsuits
» Flood-damaged tracks could reopen Saturday
» FLX Weekly: Flooding, Photos & Your Weekend
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» Police: Woman intentionally struck person with car
» Cornell unwittingly bought stolen antique book
» Trout stream rules slow flood repairs
» Couple sentenced for abandoning dog, cat
» Split vote holds Tompkins old library decision
» Check out this video of flooding at Treman Park
» Newfield begins recovery from flooding
» High water advisory for Cayuga Lake
» Tompkins roads remain closed days after flood
» Lead found in Fall Creek soil
» Tompkins Co. family rebuilding after flood destroys home
» Newfield homes evacuated during flooding
» Cornell Tech gets $100M donation from Bloomberg
» Firefighters carry families to safety in Ithaca
» Flood damage heavy across Schuyler, Tioga, Tompkins
» State of emergency remains for Newfield and Danby
» Ash borer quarantine lifted for Tompkins, Chemung
» Asphalt Scam warning for Tompkins County Residents
» Are you paying too much for local government?
» Parties in Six Mile Creek concern Ithaca officials
» Macedon votes on dissolution
» Cortland Co. standoff started over threatening texts
Local Sports
30-year kickball tradition at Belle Sherman
Belle Sherman Elementary School in Ithaca has been taking its kickball seriously for 30 years. More than 100 alumni came back on the last day of school Wednesday to play in the annual alumni game.
» Cornell men's hockey announces incoming freshman class
» Cornell Hosts U.S. Olympic Trials
» Ithaca women's golf coaches Dan, Sandi Wood retire
» High school golf state championships held at Cornell
» New Ithaca 5K to take place on airport runway
» Yale-bound Nicholas wins state high school golf title
» High school golf state championships held at Cornell
» Cortland makes triumphant return home
» SUNY Cortland wins DIII World Series
» Cortland women win D-III Lacrosse National title
» Ithaca body-builder Toscano hopes to make it 2-for-2
» Ithaca runners face 50-mile championship
» Cortland baseball team opens World Series today
» Dragons head to 5th straight DIII Final Four
» Red Dragons heading back to DIII College World Series
» Red Dragons claw back again, beat RPI in Auburn
» Cortland rallies for 7-5 win at Falcon Park
» Trumansburg claims IAC Small School baseball title
» Union Springs softball takes early lead, quells Candor comeback
» Ithaca boys' tennis rolls to fourth straight STAC title
» Thompson leads Albany Past Cornell
» Cornell preps for NCAA opener vs. Albany in Ithaca
» 11 CNY college lacrosse teams have shot at national championships
» Cortland edges Springfield in NCAA opener
» Fleischman: Long-time Cornell swim coach steps down
Local People and Places
Remembering Grateful Dead's 1977 Cornell show
Some may remember May 8, 1977, as a helluva party. Some may remember it as the time a riot almost broke out on Cornell University’s campus. The world will remember it as the night the Grateful Dead played one of the greatest rock shows of all time.
» Cornell's first female president begins tenure
» Berries, cherries are casualties of June rain
» Rehab planned for Ithaca Masonic Temple
» Ithaca fireworks set for tonight
» Letter: Housing cost and crunch an economic justice and environmental crisis
» State auctions caboose from Allan Treman park
» Free swimming lessons for kids at Ithaca-area state parks
» 'Art In The Heart' of Ithaca shows local color
» Country star Sara Evans headed to Tioga Downs
» The Next 7: Your guide to this week's entertainment
» TCAT Holiday schedule of operation
» Massage school coming to downtown
» Herbicide will target Cayuga Lake hydrilla
» Ithaca group at vigil speaks of fear, justice, change
» Ithaca athletics head LaRoche leaving the district
» Downtown summer music & outdoor movies kick off tonight
» Did you see the balloon over Cayuga Lake on Monday?
» Bike rental program signals healthy change for Ithaca
» OUT THERE: Hit the trails at Watkins Glen State Park
» FL GrassRoots Festival reaches 25th Year
» Performing arts group explores relationship between police and community
» Sciencenter offers a summer of hands-on science fun
» Ithaca fireworks need donation spark
» Bicyclist and world traveler to visit Ithaca
» Good news: Four T-burg Eagle Scouts, grant for Foodnet
» Protecting the most-prized package
» Park becomes yoga studio for a cause
» Ithaca's first female firefighter dies
» No trespassing at Fall Creek Gorge
» Commons set for July completion
» PRI raises $250,000 to match anonymous donation
» 65 volunteers take part in Tompkins Day of Action
» A year after tragedy, Simeon's looks to rebuild
» Take a peek at Fall Creek flowers Sunday
» Cornell's 2nd corpse plant in bloom
» Ithaca Commons on track for July completion
» Trees planted on east end of Commons
» American flag honored with history, ceremony
» Celtic Festival: Bagpipes, games, food, and lots of kilts
» Remembering a friend by helping others in need
» Explore Cayuga Heights homes, gardens Saturday
» Sciencenter raises money to renew and reach out
» Leadership Tompkins Class graduates 20
» Angry about birds at Stewart Park
» Pieces of the Past: Roadside markers offer their take on history
» Danby man honored as Ithaca parks hero
» UPDATE: Town of Ithaca road closure postponed
» Firefighters honored for Chapter House fire efforts
» Tompkins committee recommends library plan
» Unusual pelican sighting in Ithaca
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