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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Stewart Park will be closed to vehicles Monday through Wednesday

Stewart Park will be closed to vehicles Monday through Wednesday

The City of Ithaca says upcoming work on the railroad tracks that cross the entrance to Stewart Park means the park entrance must be closed to vehicles this coming Monday through Wednesday, May 12th through 14th. 

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Ithaca police investigating mobile meth lab following early morning tip

Ithaca police investigating mobile meth lab following early morning tip

The Ithaca Police Department is investigating a mobile meth lab after a tip from a "concerned citizen" led officers to a vehicle early this morning that contained "ingredients and equipment that are commonly used to manufacture methamphetamines."

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Farmers Market food: Just Desserts and On the Street

Farmers Market food: Just Desserts and On the Street

We're in full Ithaca Farmers Market season, both at Steamboat Landing and in Downtown Ithaca, and 14850 Dining is checking out a couple of vendors that do the cooking for you. Of course, you can pick up the fresh produce and local meat and whip up a feast, but while you're shopping for next week's ingredients, you might as well grab lunch.

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Gorgers Taco Shack

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Vegetarian Food
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111B East State Street
Ithaca, NY 14850

Bike, walk, and roll, but don't drive: North Cayuga closed this Sunday for car-free Streets Alive fair

Bike, walk, and roll, but don't drive: North Cayuga closed this Sunday for car-free Streets Alive fair

North Cayuga Street, which runs from the heart of Downtown Ithaca north through Fall Creek towards Stewart Park, will be closed Sunday afternoon for a street fair. The "Streets Alive!" event will close North Cayuga Street from Court Street to Lake Street and East Shore Drive from 1-4pm on May 4th.

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Man wanted for Monday shooting turns himself in

Man wanted for Monday shooting turns himself in

Ithaca police say Clifton McBean, who was a suspect in a shooting incident Monday evening on Ithaca's southside, turned himself in on Thursday afternoon. The 22-year-old Ithaca man was arraigned in Ithaca City Court.

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Badge of Honor Association will dedicate sign in memory of slain IPD officer Michael Padula

Badge of Honor Association will dedicate sign in memory of slain IPD officer Michael Padula

Nearly eighteen years ago, Investigator Michael A. Padula was killed in the line of duty when he and fellow Ithaca Police Department officers responded to reports of a disturbed woman in Ithaca's west end. This Friday, Padula will be remembered in a ceremony dedicating a sign in his memory.

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