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1 – 2 men killed in Newfield crash

Police ID Ithaca, Newfield men killed in crash Tuesday night — Trevor M. Fuller, 26. of Newfield, was driving a Chrysler PT Cruiser southbound on Trumansburg Road when he crossed into the northbound lane and struck an oncoming vehicle. He and passenger Conor P. Greenwood, 25, of Ithaca, were killed in the crash.

The crash happened around 6:18 p.m. on Trumansburg Road near Perry City Road in the town of Ulysses.

2 – Ithaca mayor stands firm on plans to become ‘sanctuary city’

“We are not taking this lying down. We’re not going to be bullied. We’re not going to let him bully us into turning on each other,” Mayor Svante Myrick said. “We will not let him (Trump) divide us.”

Tompkins County is also considering becoming a sanctuary county.

3 – In wake of President Donald Trump’s executive orders, Ithacans stand up for refugee and immigrant rights

In related news, Cornell University also came out with a statement standing with immigrants and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students.

Interim president Hunter R. Rawlings wrote: “Cornell will not compromise its admissions and hiring standards of excellence and will continue to solicit, accept, and process applications from international students from around the world, including from the impacted countries.”

4 – Former Cayuga Heights teacher had inappropriate sexual conversations with child

5 – Teens at GIAC learn ropes of screen printing business

6 – Amici House and City Centre earn early approval

7 – Newfield homicide case update

Roy Clements Jr., 39, of Ithaca

8 – Tompkins official unhappy with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal that counties create ‘efficiency plans’

Kelsey O’Connor/Ithaca Voice

9 – Should Tompkins County raise tobacco purchasing age to 21?

10 – Tompkins County Democratic Committee initially bans reporting on meeting (editorial)

Here’s our follow-up coverage on the event.







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.