With a steady rise in incidents of gun violence nationally, Ithaca College has plans in place in preparation for such situations.
The fate of Simeon’s bistro, following a tractor-trailer crash into the restaurant this summer, is yet to be determined as the investigation continues.
College encourages spirit through giving campaign
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow is sponsoring the first-ever “I Love IC Week,” a week of events that promote campus philanthropy and school spirit, which began Feb.
The largest dumping of unknown chemicals into the City of Ithaca’s public sanitary sewer system in recent memory occurred Nov. 23, forcing the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Facility to shut down from Nov. 25–27.
After a meeting on Oct. 17 where Ithaca residents gathered to express their concerns about noise pollution, Eric Zwerling, president of the Noise Consultancy, a company that consults for municipalities with noise policies, is helping the City of Ithaca update its noise ordinance.
Members of the Ithaca Police Department responded to a report of shots fired around 7:04 p.m. in the area of the 400 block of West Green Street and located a 21-year-old male on South Plain Street who sustained a gunshot wound.