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1 – Stabbing at Stewart Ave. bridge
Police release description of two Stewart Ave. stabbing suspects –Ithaca Police Department Deputy Chief Vince Monticello said a man from Dryden saw two people removing things from his vehicle and got into an altercation with them, resulting in him being stabbed.
2 – Missing Ithaca College student found safe
Official says search for missing Ithaca College student has ended – An official confirmed Friday night that police were looking for an Ithaca College student who was reported missing Thursday; Lieutenant Dan Donahue confirmed late Friday night that the student has been found safe.
3 – Simeon’s welcomed back to Ithaca after reconstruction
Ithaca (officially) welcomes Simeon’s back to the Commons –It’s been a long ride of tragedy and uncertainty, but under a steady rain on the Ithaca Commons Thursday morning, a red ribbon was cut in front of Simeon’s American Bistro — and it meant the world to people.
4 – Democrats criticize DA candidate Ed Kopko in wake of lawsuit
Tompkins Democrats fire back, say DA candidate Kopko is ‘disingenuous and dishonest’ – Tompkins Democrats are firing back at Independence District Attorney nominee Ed Kopko after he filed a lawsuit against them Friday, claiming that they improperly nominated Matt Van Houten for DA.
5 – Ithaca considers expanding pay-to-park hours and locations
No such thing as free parking: Ithaca considers extending pay-to-park hours, areas – The city is now considering parking changes that may annoy downtown commuters but will save city taxpayers’ money.
6 – Gourmet desserts and coffee shop Sarah’s Patisserie closes
Sarah’s Patisserie quietly closes its doors in downtown Ithaca – Sarah’s Patisserie, a downtown shop that sold coffee, gourmet chocolate, and desserts in downtown Ithaca quietly closed its doors last week.
7 – Ithaca firefighter charged after “menacing” others with gun
Ithaca firefighter facing charges after gun incident in Cortland –An Ithaca firefighter is facing misdemeanor charges stemming from an incident involving a long gun last week, officials confirmed.
8 – Dryden man arrested for assault, resisting arrest
Dryden man accused of attacking people, resisting arrest –On September 23, 2016, at about 10:12 p.m., New York State Police at Ithaca arrested William B. Oliver, 42, of Dryden, NY for the felony of assault 2nd degree, the misdemeanors of resisting arrest, criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, criminal mischief 4th degree and the violation of harassment 2nd degree.
9 – 20 photos from Ithaca’s Streets Alive!
Ithaca’s Street’s Alive!: music, acrobatics, bikes and more –On one of the first truly beautiful days of autumn in Ithaca, hundreds of people turned out to celebrate Streets Alive! on the city’s South Side.
10 – 2 men charged with possession of marijuana, cocaine
Police find drugs during Ithaca traffic stop; 2 people charged – On September 22nd, 2016 at about 8:35PM, Deputies observed a 2012 BMW traveling north on State Route 13 near Third Street in the City of Ithaca.