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1 — Cornell professor discovers Ithaca’s forgotten history
Much of Ithaca built on top of Indian burial grounds, Cornell prof finds – “Destroyed, Forgotten, Never Noted: Ithaca’s Hidden Indigenous History.” Ithaca Voice
2 — Ithaca, gentrified.
As rents rise, fewer black people live in city of Ithaca – Fewer black people are living in the city of Ithaca amid rising property values that make it increasingly difficult for low-income residents to find affordable homes. Ithaca Voice
3 — Woman involved in perhaps Tompkins’ biggest criminal case dies years after infamous double murder
Shirley Kinge, wrongfully convicted after 1989 murders, dies at 80 – Shirley Kinge, wrongfully convicted in connection with high-profile murders in Dryden in 1989, died on Sunday at a hospital in Atlanta. Ithaca Voice
4 — Tompkins substitue teacher indicted on child porn charges
Tompkins former substitute teacher indicted on child pornography charges – An Etna man was indicted on eight charges related to the possession of child pornography, court documents show. Ithaca Voice
5 — Did corrections officer commit crime in kissing Tompkins inmate?
Tompkins D.A. to personally investigate ‘romantic embrace’ in jail – “I’m not reaching any conclusions about why I didn’t hear about it for several days.” Ithaca Voice
6 — Small group has big say in Tompkins County election
6 officials decide Democratic nominee for Tompkins leg. seat – Six people decided the Democratic nominee for an open seat on the Tompkins County Legislature last night. Ithaca Voice
7 — What will beloved Ithaca bar look like after fire?
Designs released in Chapter House rebuild – The Chapter House is carefully flipping its pages to the next chapter. Ithaca Voice
8 — Anger over Israel-Palestine extends to Ithaca classroom
Ithaca superintendent apologizes for speaker’s anti-Israeli comments made to 3rd graders – The Ithaca City School District superintendent released a statement Friday afternoon apologizing for anti-Israeli comments and calls to action made to third graders during a presentation about human rights last Friday. Ithaca Voice
9 — Local bystander makes big difference in fire that destroyed home
Driver’s split-second decision raises alarm about Tompkins house fire – “I was so relieved to hear there weren’t any injuries. The night could have had a more tragic outcome.” Ithaca Voice
10 — And the discussion over the 11-story Ithaca building for Trebloc site continues
Downtown Ithaca Alliance backs 11-story building for Trebloc site – The Downtown Ithaca Alliance voted Monday night to throw its support behind an 11-story building proposed for the Trebloc site a block from the Ithaca Commons. Ithaca Voice
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