Lansing at Large
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Sixteen members of the Ithaca Chapter of "Dining for Women" gathered around their computers May 19 to hear Lansing’s Lisa Lyons discuss the mission and accomplishments of the … 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
Brendan Barrett graduated from Lansing High School in 2008, studied religion at Princeton University and graduated in 2012. After college, he traveled some and then went on to medical school at Weill … more
News broadcasts of milk being poured out raised questions about the health of Lansing’s dairy farms. “It’s not only the economic loss but the fact that the general consumer may … more
On April 12, New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo mandated that face coverings be worn in public, transforming the Lansing residents busily sewing facemasks from “good to have” to “must … more
On the evening of March 13, as the cast of the high school musical “Once Upon a Mattress” took a bow at the close of their third performance, Director Cindy Howell walked reluctantly to … more
School has been out for a month now, and online learning is in.We asked three teachers at Lansing High School how they’ve adapted their teaching to try to meet the education and social needs of … more
Opening Day of trout season 2015 was cold. In 2016, there was a warm rain; in 2017, there was high water; in 2018, it was windy; and, in 2019, it snowed.Opening Day 2020 was a question mark: the New … more
The coronavirus has closed Lansing’s churches and temples, but the communities they represent continue to congregate and worship at home and online. Tompkins Weekly reached out to the leaders … more
With schools shut down, churches going online and Lansing residents being encouraged to stay at home, local official and unofficial groups are creating resources to connect people with the help and … more
Springtime warmth and fresh breezes compel us to get outdoors. Fortunately, Lansing’s hiking trails offer walks fit for everyone – from short to long and easy to difficult. The … more
About a month ago, a friend emailed to say that she and her husband were considering building a house in Lansing, but they’d heard that taxes here were high and likely to get higher with the … more
Rehearsal time had been moved a half hour earlier than the night before, so the cast and crew for Lansing High School’s annual musical production “Once Upon a Mattress” arrived in … more
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