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After being closed for nearly two months, one of Trumansburg’s favorite pizzerias has made a comeback. Almost 17 years ago, Fabrizio Gangi moved to Trumansburg from his home in Italy, … more
Earlier this month, Ithaca’s Silo Food Truck reopened for the season, serving signature dishes like fried chicken and mac and cheese at Liquid State Brewing on 620 W. Green St. in Ithaca, … more
In years past, realtors and car salespeople could count on the spring and summer months being their best time for sales. But, as it has done for many other … more
The Southern Tier region of New York has been in phase one of reopening for a week and is on track to move on to phase two on May 29th. Tompkins County Administrator Jason Molino said in response to the State COVID-19 Dashboard numbers for the Southern Tier, “We are well-positioned to graduate to the next phase, and future phases from there.” more
**This is an official release from the TC3. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article.  Dryden, New York – The Tompkins Cortland Community College athletics department will pay tribute to the Class of 2020 on the night the College was to have celebrated commencement. more
Anyone who has kids who love sports knows just how expensive it can get. Fifteen years ago, Larry VanOstrand saw an opportunity to resume his career after a bump in the road and to make sure that no … more
Greta Perl, like many in the county, saw her business, the Commons toy store Alphabet Soup, change drastically due to COVID-19. She had to close her storefront, offering website orders and delivery … more
Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado announced today that the college is making plans to open for on-campus instruction for students on October 5, 2020. more
Health Alert: GreenStar Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19 more
Cayuga Family Medicine, based on West Seneca Street in Ithaca, celebrated its 20-year anniversary on May 1, though this wasn’t where the practice expected to be two decades after its opening. … more
  (Ithaca, NY – May 6, 2020) In mid-April, a consortium of local economic development agencies and community partners announced the Ithaca Tompkins County COVID-19 Small Business … more
  **This is an official release from Tompkins County Area Development. Tompkins Weekly did not write this article.   ITHACA, N.Y. – May 4, 2020 – Tompkins … more
Dos Amigos, a local taco truck serving authentic Mexican food to the Ithaca community, is giving back to those working to keep that community safe by providing free burritos to medical personnel and … more
Since April, Cornell, like other area colleges and schools, has switched to digital learning, but that hasn’t stopped the students and staff at its Law School from providing free legal … more
On April 22, the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival Organization announced that the 30th annual Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, originally scheduled for July 16 through 19, 2020 is … more
Tal Oron Cohen, owner of catering business Ba-Li Cravings in Ithaca, saw her entire business model change when COVID-19 hit. “Everything for my catering business has been canceled. It … more
On April 16, local German-themed restaurant Brews and Brats at Autumn View officially opened for the season, but for the first time in its three-year history just outside the village, it … more
County resident Quentin Merrill, 47, had been working for his entire adult life until the coronavirus lost him his job. Since then, buying food has become more difficult, and he’s using … more
NY Pause extended until May 15 more
(Ithaca, NY - April 15, 2020) The Ithaca / Tompkins County COVID-19 Small Business Resilience Fund (SBRF) represents the collaboration of local economic development agencies and community partners … more
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