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City of Ithaca to become 100% decarbonized by 2030

By | Nov 18, 2021

The City of Ithaca found itself on the national stage Nov. 4 as the city announced the approval of a plan to decarbonize all of its buildings by 2030.


Discussion series event focuses on Ithaca Green New Deal

By | Nov 3, 2021

Members of the Ithaca community engaged in a virtual conversation Nov. 1 to talk about climate justice and the implementation of the Ithaca Green New Deal.


Tompkins County and Ithaca pass public safety reforms

By | Apr 8, 2021

The Tompkins County Legislature and the Ithaca Common Council each voted to approve a set of resolutions seeking to reform local law enforcement.


Ithaca community reacts to public safety reform

By | Mar 4, 2021

The proposed plans for public safety reform in Ithaca are receiving mixed reactions from the Ithaca community. 


Two Ithaca nursing home residents die from COVID-19

By | Nov 28, 2020

Two residents of Oak Hill Manor Nursing Home in Ithaca have died from COVID-19, and 52 others at the nursing home have tested positive.


Ithaca police settles lawsuit with IC alum for $251,000

By | Jan 22, 2020

The City of Ithaca has paid an Ithaca College alum $251,000 to settle a federal lawsuit against the Ithaca Police Department. 


Ithaca Police settles lawsuit with college alum

By | Dec 4, 2019

The Ithaca Police Department settled a lawsuit filed by an Ithaca College alum following his arrest in 2016. 


Route 96B sidewalk to begin construction in Spring 2020

By | Nov 20, 2019

Construction on a sidewalk along 96B, the route that connects Ithaca College to downtown Ithaca, is moving forward to provide safer access to campus.


Gus Macker Basketball Tournament coming to Ithaca’s courts

By | Aug 28, 2019

Ithaca High School will host the Gus Macker Tournament Sep. 7 and 8 to raise money for the Greater Ithaca Activities Center.


City council passes stricter guidelines on housing rentals

By | Apr 24, 2019

Housing issues in the areas around Ithaca College and Cornell University pushed the City of Ithaca’s Common Council to pass legislation.


Q&A: Svante Myrick discusses bid for third term

By | Mar 26, 2019

Svante Myrick announced on March 6 that he is running for a third term. He said if he gets a third term, he’ll continue to work on improving the city.


Number of Tompkins County residents increases at IC

By | Dec 12, 2018

When students make the commitment to attend college, most of them look forward to venturing into their new lives, learning to live on their own and gaining a college experience.