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Here are the top ten stories from this week from the Ithaca Times. 

  1. Collegetown Bagels and Rulloff’s to be demolished in 2020: After spending 43 years at 415 College Avenue, the flagship location of Collegetown Bagels (CTB) and Rulloff’s will be closing in June 2020.

  2. IPD officer hospitalized after being struck by carJust after 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, an Ithaca police officer was struck by a car while directing traffic in the City of Ithaca, according to a press release from the Ithaca Police Department. 

  3. Activists protest Cargill salt mineCargill Salt Mine’s use of seismic testing for expansion purposes, as well as its decision to expand overall, has received high scrutiny from Lansing residents over the past few weeks. 

  4. Spencer Village residents complain about appearancesA contingent of 10 neighbors from the Kennedy and Harrison Street neighborhood in the village of Spencer attended the Aug. 29 meeting to demand that the village board take action to clean up the village, in more than one way. 

  5. Changing the Face of Ithaca: David Lubin has remained largely withdrawn from the press over the last several years, opting to let his local consultants and spokespeople handle most of the media responsibilities while his latest idea, the Chain Works Redevelopment District underwent the typically tough-minded Ithaca planning process. 

  6. Newfield school board hears affects of adverse experiences on studentsAt a meeting of the Newfield Central School District Board of Education Sept. 5, the board discussed the state of current school lunches and the efforts of the school to provide adequate emotional support to the students.

  7. One child injured after car started by other childOn September 15, 2019 at approximately 3:34 p.m., New York State Police at Owego responded to a report of a child struck by a vehicle on Anderson Hill Road in the town of Candor. The subsequent investigation revealed: "two children were playing and took keys to a Dodge Caravan.

  8. Will Our Rieslings Survive?There is no mistaking that our planet is warming at an alarming rate. But while global warming generates a lot of headlines, its manifestations are more complex and nuanced. It affects different parts of the world, country and region differently; in fine wine producing regions, where the finicky vinifera grape varieties are grown, its impact could be especially grave.

  9. Police looking for witnesses in shots fired investigationIthaca Police have issued a press release regarding an investigation into a possible shots fired situation this afternoon. The release states that police responded to the Chestnut Hill Apartments around 4 p.m. after receiving multiple calls reporting shots fired. 

  10. Ithaca police investigate four Lime Bike firesIthaca Police officers are investigating several Lime Bikes that were on fire during the early hour of Sept. 18.

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