September 23, 2021
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Editorial: Abolishing police is a threat when policing still exists

By | Mar 4, 2021

The systems that were designed to protect society do not include Black people. Our current policing system upholds systems of oppression.


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. 


Ithaca businesses struggle and adapt in COVID-19 pandemic

By | Feb 18, 2021

Now that students are returning back to Ithaca, businesses are adjusting and hoping to bounce back after a difficult year. 


Explosive materials found in hate crime suspect’s home

By | Oct 30, 2020

The Ithaca Police Department said a hate crime suspect is no longer in the community. Anti-Semitic and racist posters and vandalism were found on local businesses.


Ithaca College supports new pronoun holiday for community

By | Oct 1, 2018

International Pronouns Day, a new holiday founded in part by contributions from Ithaca College and recognized by Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick, will have its first observance Oct. 17.


Ithaca Police Department adds two new officers

By | Feb 11, 2015

The Ithaca Police Department has hired two officers and re-established a youth education program. However, members of the IPD said the hires are not enough to address understaffing in the department.


Ithaca reacts to pedestrians killed in vehicle accidents

By | Jan 28, 2015

A Cornell staff member was hit by a TCAT bus on Jan. 26, on the heels of a Cornell senior being hit and killed by a car in the early morning of Jan. 24.


Editorial: City job report lacks context

By | Oct 3, 2013

Between 2002 and 2012, the City of Ithaca had the highest job-growth rate in New York state — outperforming New York City, Syracuse and Albany.