Polls open noon to 9pm for local school district budget and board votes

Polls open noon to 9pm for local school district budget and board votes

The Ithaca City School District and other nearby school districts are holding budget and school board elections on Tuesday, May 20th. Polls are open from noon to 9pm in Ithaca and Trumansburg, and 7am to 9pm in Lansing and Dryden.

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Ithaca police participating in statewide Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign

Ithaca police participating in statewide Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign

The Ithaca Police Department will join hundreds of other agencies across New York State and beyond in a seat belt enforcement campaign for the next two weeks. Officers participating in the "Click It or Ticket" campaign will be specifically looking for seat belt violations.

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Red's Place

4
Price Range
Moderate
Portion Size
Moderate
Bar
Full Bar
Vegetarian Food
YES
Outdoor Seating
YES

107 North Aurora Street
Ithaca, NY 14850

Paddle Against Pollution race this Sunday on Cayuga Lake

Paddle Against Pollution race this Sunday on Cayuga Lake

Plastic pollution is an increasing problem in the world's oceans and waterways, and a local group going on an expedition to Bermuda this June to raise awareness is holding a fundraiser race and BBQ this Sunday on Cayuga Lake and at Stewart Park. 

"Paddle Against Pollution," scheduled for 2pm Sunday afternoon, features a Stand-Up Paddle, Kayak, or Canoe race from East Shore Sailing Center along a 1.5-mile course that will end at the dock near Stewart Park's main pavilion. 

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Cornell police investigating camera found in women's bathroom on campus

Cornell police investigating camera found in women's bathroom on campus

The Cornell University Police Department is reaching out for help identifying a man they believe may be connected with a camera that was found in a women's bathroom in a campus residence hall this morning. The camera was discovered shortly before 9am by a staff member.

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Flooded roadways complicate commutes around Ithaca this morning

Flooded roadways complicate commutes around Ithaca this morning

Several areas in and around Ithaca faced flooding this morning, interfering with drivers and their plans to commute or just get around town. The entire Central New York area is under a flash flood watch until 2am tonight.

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Opening Night: Writers seeking a leg up in Seminar at the Kitchen Theatre

Opening Night: Writers seeking a leg up in Seminar at the Kitchen Theatre

From one point of view, we're all writers. We send postcards when we travel. We compose pithy Facebook updates to amuse or inform our friends. We tweet.

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Flash flood watch in effect through Friday night for all of Central New York

Flash flood watch in effect through Friday night for all of Central New York

The National Weather Service in Binghamton has issued a flash flood watch for Tompkins County and the entire Central New York area through late Friday night. Rain beginning around midnight tonight will be heavy at times, and thunderstorms are possible.

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Ithaca and Binghamton area protests will join worldwide campaign for living wage for fast food workers

Ithaca and Binghamton area protests will join worldwide campaign for living wage for fast food workers

Protesters in Central New York will stand alongside fast food workers who are pushing for a living wage and the right to organize this Thursday. Events are planned for the McDonald's on Route 13 in Ithaca's southwest and the McDonald's at 167 Main Street in Binghamton.

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Expanded Bike-to-Work Day, now Monday, features free breakfast stations around Ithaca and beyond

Expanded Bike-to-Work Day, now Monday, features free breakfast stations around Ithaca and beyond

Area residents who bike to work or school this Monday, May 19th, the local Bike-to-Work Day as part of National Bike Month, will be treated to breakfast courtesy of several Ithaca-area organizations. Breakfast stations will be available around Downtown Ithaca and Fall Creek, on the hills around Ithaca, and in nearby towns. 

Update: The Bike-to-Work Day was originally scheduled for Friday, May 16th, but a forecast of 100% chance of precipitation, and a high risk of strong thunderstorms, forced organizers to adopt a new date.

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