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October 24, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

City of Ithaca considering parking changes to increase revenue

By | Oct 26, 2016

Possible policy changes include charging for parking in garages and on the street until 11 p.m. on weekdays and on Saturday and Sunday.

Study presents improvements for student housing in Ithaca

By | Oct 5, 2016

Over 14,000 students live off campus, constituting about a third of the population of the City of Ithaca during the academic year.

City of Ithaca still vying for approval to accept 50 refugees

By | Oct 5, 2016

The City of Ithaca is planning to take in 50 refugees from Syria and from other countries experiencing civil conflicts.

City of Ithaca economic index reaches record-breaking high

By | Sep 6, 2016

A monthly economic review of the City of Ithaca by the Ithaca College Department of Economics reported that the business index reached a record-breaking high during the month of July due to a boom in job growth and in the hospitality sectors.

Illegal behavior continues at Ithaca gorges despite patrols

By , | Aug 31, 2016

The City of Ithaca employed rangers to patrol the dams along Six Mile Creek this summer and enforce swimming and cliff jumping bans. Despite the pilot program, city officials said it has only had marginal success in enforcing rules and that violations are increasing as Ithaca College students return to school.

New development project could add retail near Ithaca College

By | Aug 29, 2016

A new development project in progress with the City of Ithaca could add housing, entertainment and restaurants to the former Emerson Transmission Power Plant property, a 95-acre plot on South Hill near the Ithaca College campus.

Anthony Nazaire funeral set for Sept. 10 in Brooklyn

By | Aug 28, 2016

Police have identified Anthony Nazaire, a 20-year-old Ithaca College sophomore, as the victim who was stabbed to death early this morning on the Cornell University campus.

Ithaca College announces conservation efforts amid drought

By | Aug 9, 2016

And according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, Tompkins County is experiencing “severe drought” conditions. While the college is not affected as heavily by the drought other places in the community, it released an announcement addressing campus conservation efforts.

Simeon’s bistro to be reopened in June 2016

By | Mar 29, 2016

Simeon’s bistro will reopen in June after almost two years of reconstruction following a tractor-trailer crash into the restaurant in summer 2014.

Ithaca College students max out TCAT buses on weekend nights

By | Feb 11, 2016

The bus pulls forward, and then the driver hits the brakes. The mass of students lurches forward. One man loses his balance and stumbles toward the driver. A woman repeatedly says “I’m not drunk! I’m just tired,” and then promptly tries to fall asleep standing up…

Mayor Myrick re-elected, IC associate dean elected to 3rd Ward

By | Nov 4, 2015

Svante Myrick was re-elected Mayor of the City of Ithaca and Rob Gearhart, interim associate dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications, was elected alderperson in Ithaca’s 3rd Ward Nov. 3.

Q&A: IC administrator runs for Ithaca Common Council

By | Oct 28, 2015

“The City of Ithaca faces complex issues, and I feel I bring the appropriate experience and attitude to help address those issues.”