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1 – Stewart Ave. stabbing suspect turns himself in
Ithaca Police: Stewart Ave. stabbing suspect turns himself in – On Friday, the suspect in a stabbing that occurred on Sept. 28, 2016 on Stewart Avenue turned himself in at the Ithaca Police Department.
2 – Tompkins celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Tompkins to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day – On Tuesday, Tompkins County joined a growing list of municipalities and organizations to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on the second Monday of October — the day on which Columbus Day is traditionally celebrated.
3 – Ithaca lawyer charged with evidence tampering, perjury
Ithaca attorney charged with felony tampering with evidence, perjury – An Ithaca attorney charged with felonies for first-degree perjury and tampering with physical evidence was arraigned at Ithaca City Court Tuesday afternoon.
4 – Creepy clown sightings reach Ithaca
Zero confirmation of creepy clown sightings in Ithaca — we’re freaked out anyway – Seeing as clowns can be, well, creepy, and people were still freaked out about the alleged sighting.
5 – Trebloc site development looks to differentiate itself
Ithaca: City Centre project tries to look less like ‘State Street Triangle’ – The last time the City Centre project went before the Ithaca city planning board, Vestal-based Newman Development received the unflattering critique that it looked like State Street Triangle’s “little brother.”
6 – Smart Yogurt closing down this winter
Smart Yogurt closing down in December after five years in Ithaca – Ithaca is about to get a little less flavorful as local frozen yogurt shop Smart Yogurt will be closing its doors on December 15.
7 – Ithaca man tased for resisting arrest
State police tase Ithaca man they say was resisting arrest – On October 2, 2016, New York State Police at Ithaca arrested Paul A. Dickerson, 52 of Ithaca, NY for the misdemeanor of resisting arrest.
8 – Cargill mine gets pushback from residents over proposed subsidy
Tompkins residents challenge Cargill mine subsidy – A handful of Tompkins residents spoke at Tuesday’s legislature meeting against a request from Cargill corporation asking the county to give the company a $640,000 sales tax abatement to help fund a new $32 million mine shaft..
9 – Demand for condos rising in Ithaca
Condos are coming to Ithaca – Slowly but steadily, condominiums are inching their way into the Ithaca housing market.
10 – Crash near IC hospitalizes multiple people
Multiple people transported to hospital after 2-vehicle wreck near Ithaca College – Multiple people were hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after a two-vehicle wreck happened near Ithaca College..