Welcome to the quickest way to learn the day’s most important local news.
We call it the Ithaca news cheat sheet. Sponsored by Quilters Corner, it features a rundown of the 10 biggest headlines from the area.
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1 — Ithaca police officer’s quick thinking saves life
Ithaca police officer uses tourniquet to save life of critically injured woman – Officer Christopher Cady responded to 150 West Village Place at 12:52 a.m. The Ithaca Voice
2 — The IPD Chief talks with the city about plan to force officers to live in city
Chief proposes alternative to mayor’s proposed residency requirement for Ithaca police – Ithaca Police Chief John Barber brought forward on Wednesday an alternative to the mayor’s proposed residency requirement for police officers. The Ithaca Voice
3 — Ithaca Times has a good report on the hazing incident in Groton
Groton Parents, Students Seek Answers After Alleged Hazing Incident Involving Football Team – Many expressed outrage at the lack of communication between the district and the parents. Ithaca.com
4 — We looked at court records about a local stabbing
Police records: Ithaca man was stabbed in face by his own brother – The fight occurred in broad daylight on the 300 block of West State Street. The Ithaca Voice
5 — An opinion column talks about the ugliest building, arguably, at Cornell
The Cornell building we should all regret – When it came to being a disaster of a project, Uris Hall wins the gold medal. The Ithaca Voice
6 — Taste of Thai Express robbed
Ithaca’s Taste of Thai Express robbed at knife-point; homeless man arrested – Employees of Ithaca’s Taste of Thai Express on South Meadow Street were robbed at knife-point Tuesday night. The Ithaca Voice
7 — We learned the name of the man found dead by the Ithaca Walmart
Ithaca police identify man found dead in ditch – Peter Felko was 20. The Ithaca Voice
8 — A Voice report on the above-mentioned residency requirement for city cops
5 of 63 Ithaca police officers live within the city, official says – Five of 63 sworn Ithaca police officers live in the city, Common Council member Steve Smith said Wednesday. The Ithaca Voice
9 — The Journal reports on Wilco performer’s upcoming trip
Wilco frontman to bring father-son band to Ithaca – For the past 20 years, Jeff Tweedy has led Wilco, the alt-country band that has morphed into one of indie-rock’s most experimental and popular groups. The Ithaca Journal
10 — And a local hotel was featured on a national news show
Private Hotel in Danby featured on Million Dollar Home – A Danby property is to be featured this week on the CNBC television’s real estate program “Million Dollar Home.” The Ithaca Journal