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A popular end-of-summer tradition will continue Saturday, Aug. 28, when Wharton Studio Museum (WSM) proudly presents its 11th annual Silent Movie Under the Stars at Taughannock Falls State Park in Trumansburg at sundown (around 8:10 p.m.) in partnership with NYS Office of Parks, Recreation &…

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The Finger Lakes Land Trust (FLLT) today announced it has acquired 200 acres featuring 4,000 feet of shoreline on the east side of Cayuga Lake in the town of Lansing, Tompkins County. Conserving the property—located directly across from Taughannock Falls State Park—safeguards an important vi…

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Tom Harley Campbell’s journey toward publishing his first novel began more than a decade ago when the aspiring author first wrote “Satan’s Choir” and received a chilly response from New York City’s large publishing houses. 

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ITHACA, NY -- Navigating a pandemic isn’t easy for anyone, but it’s proven to be exceptionally difficult for those battling addiction and those helping them. Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services (CARS) offers outpatient addiction treatment and opioid treatment program services at their State S…

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The Cemetery Road Bridge (along with the intersection of Lake Street and Cemetery Road) will be closed for replacement starting July 19. Detour signs will be posted, directing traffic to an alternative route via Lake Street and Cayuga Street. 

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Jacksonville Community Park is a nice area off Swamp College Road that was not being used as much as it could because the sign near the road was so small and insignificant that people would drive right by the stone and dirt road, missing the lovely park just around the bend. The park is a sp…

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As the COVID-19 pandemic recedes and the world begins to turn again, Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival has announced Finger Lakes GrassRoots Live!: a series of limited capacity, POD (Personal Outdoor Dance Space) based, one night concerts on the Infield Stage of the festival’s Trumansburg Fai…

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Robin McColley was hired in September of 2004 as Trumansburg High School’s Athletic Director and Dean of Students. The next year, the position was split into two separate jobs, and McColley became the Dean of Students, a position she has held for the past 16 years. 

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“I regret to inform you that we have had four positive cases of COVID-19 since May 18, 2021,” begins the most recent statement by Kimberly Bell, Trumansburg Central School District Superintendent of Schools, on the district’s website, tburgschools.com. 

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Nicole Firestine is a 10th grade English teacher at Charles O. Dickerson High School. This year has been a difficult one having to adjust to the uncertainties associated with the pandemic. Most of the year, she has spent days educating her students both virtually and in-person until recently…