The Tompkins County Health Department reported on July 11 that a non-customer facing employee at GreenStar has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Tompkins County Health Department issued a health advisory stating that new cases of COVID-19 have been reported from social gatherings during the Fourth of July weekend.
For most restaurants that have chosen to stay open following the stay-at-home order and social-distancing laws passed down March 22, new and creative adjustments are being tested on menus, hours and inventory in order to attract and maintain a steady flow of business. Here’s a shortlist of h…
Every high school student looks forward to their senior year, when they will be the “top dogs” with many special activities – prom, senior trip, graduation itself, and often an all-night post-graduation chem-free party at a special venue. The Class of 2020 missed out on many of those special…
Like the majority of the local school districts, the COVID-19 outbreak forced the Newfield Central School District to alter its plans for the graduation ceremony of the class of 2020.
With some restructuring and maneuvering, The Trumansburg Central School District was able to hold an in-person commencement ceremony for the class of 2020 on June 29.
On more than one occasion in this newspaper the uniqueness of downtown Ovid has been reported. It has a grocery store in the Big M, locally owned and operated; The Three Bears Complex, historic as it is an important local landmark; and The Edith B. Ford Memorial Library, which serves as a ce…
The Groton Central School District was able hold an in-person graduation ceremony for the 2020 graduating class on June 27, despite the setbacks created by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Despite the obstacles set in place by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Lansing Central School District was still able to hold an in-person graduation ceremony for the class of 2020 on June 26. In fact, the school district held two ceremonies that Friday to split up the graduating class of 75 students.
The Candor Board of Education held their regular June 18 meeting via Google Meet. The virtual meeting, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was attended by some of the younger members of the school community who were curious about why their parents were talking on the computer.
Norm Ridley has combined his passion for the outdoors and hunting with a desire to help the community. And this year, an education course became even more valuable as the hunting education course required by New York State went digital for the first time ever.
At its June 17 meeting, the Lansing Town Council presented a resolution to set a public hearing to override the tax levy limit, which raised some concern from Councilman Joe Wetmore.
Two recoveries were reported by the Tompkins County Health Department on June 17 as the overall total now stands at 158 in the county.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference on March 28 that he will be issuing an executive order to move the state's presidential primary date from April 28 to June 23.
Over the last several weeks, the Small Business Administration has led the charge issuing hundreds-of-billions in loans for small businesses across the region.
May was Mental Health Awareness Month, and while many of us worked from home, or dealt with significant life changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, more than ever, it was an opportunity for people to think about the impact that a lack of social connectivity could have on individuals…
Last month students at NYCC, or the New York Chiropractic College, were dealt a major blow.
The Tompkins County DMV location in Ithaca will resume in-person interactions by appointment starting Monday, June 15.
One hundred fifty individuals have recovered from COVID-19 after two more were reported by the Tompkins County Health Department on Wednesday.
In a June 8 press release, Tioga County Legislative Chairwoman Martha Sauerbrey reported two more individuals at the Elderwood Nursing Home at Waverly due to COVID-19, which now puts the county total at 24.
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