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1 – National Labor Relations Board investigates Cayuga Medical Center

NLRB case with Cayuga Medical Center adjourned until Jan. 30; breaking down the case so far — The NLRB has been investigating charges that Cayuga Medical Center terminated two nurses because of their union involvement. However, the hospital claims dismissing the two nurses was fair because they violated the hospital’s blood transfusion policy.

The hearing has been adjourned until Jan. 30.

2 – Dogs in Stewart Park? City considers it

3 – Ithaca man killed in Dryden crash

4 – State give Tompkins more time to manage jail population

5 – Ithacan protest repeal of Affordable Care Act

6 – Svante Myrick takes position with People for the American Way

7 – McNeil Music plans one last jam session

8 – Local residents plan to march on Ithaca and Washington

9 – A fatal burglary might have been sparked by $2,300 theft, according to records

10 – “Before any form of oppression will end, we need the indifferent to stop being inactive. We are in a time when our indifference is not insignificant.”

Leslyn McBean-Clairborne, director of GIAC, addresses attendees of the annual GIAC MLK Community Breakfast. Kelsey O’Connor/Ithaca Voice







Kelsey O'Connor

Kelsey O'Connor is the managing editor for the Ithaca Voice. Questions? Story tips? Contact her at koconnor@ithacavoice.com and follow her on Twitter @bykelseyoconnor.