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As heroin use and overdose surges in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier, two Tompkins County police departments are seeking the training and resources to revive people from possibly fatal overdoses.
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The Hangar Theatre celebrated their accomplishments of 2013 at their annual meeting on Monday, April 7th where one business organization and three community members were recognized as substantially impacting the artistic integrity and financial health of the Center for Performing Arts.
It's part of $1 million in grants going to 31 law enforcement agencies across the state through the State's Division of Criminal Justice Service.
Tompkins County residents felt temperatures take a nosedive Tuesday in what most hope is winter-like weather's last gasp.
In light of Child Abuse Awareness Prevention month, the First Unitarian Society of Ithaca and the Advocacy Center of Tompkins County, is bringing the "Pinwheels for Prevention" movement to Ithaca and have planted a "pinwheel" garden at Aurora and Buffalo streets.
A Whitney Point woman was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle accident Saturday night.
Advanced Design Consulting, the homegrown custom-engineering company that makes scientific instruments and equipment on Ridge Road in Lansing, plans to nearly double its manufacturing and office space to help it keep growing.
Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport Manager Robert Nicholas will retire July 31 after 25 years in the job, it was announced Monday.
Elshabazz is accused of possessing a loaded firearm and possessing heroin and cocaine on Oct. 30, 2013.
Starting Tuesday, owners of guns considered assault weapons by New York will be faced with a choice: Register those firearms with the state, or potentially face a felony charge.
The award is given to someone who welcomes the agency's consumers with disabilities in public or at their place of business.
This month's guest speakers will be Ithaca city Building Department Director of Code Enforcement Mike Niechwiadowicz and Housing and Land Use Supervisor Gino Leonardi discussing their department's restructuring, and important code information.
The Tompkins County Public Library is offering amnesty from fines and collection fees for overdue items.
By 1864, the Civil War was like the great grinding of tectonic plates, pushing at each other, wearing down the nation, murdering her sons, ruining the land.