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It may seem odd for a person in his 50s to have a favorite playground, but Steve Lauzun and his wife, Diane Lauzun, have spent most of their working life thinking about how kids play. “My … more
If you listen carefully the next time you are inside The Rink, below the clang of the weights at the East Shore Gym and beside the bang of soccer balls on The Field, you can hear the twang of the … more
Arrayed along walls and on tables in the middle are a wondrous and varied array of products produced locally and for sale on commission at a small market building on Atwater … more
On Dec. 6, the TCAT Board of Directors voted to focus on the Ithaca Tompkins International Airport area as the location of its new facility and expansion, according to a recent press release. … more
The winter holidays create a space for family and friends to come together, and they provide a structure of services, meals and parties for people who see each other every day or once a year to renew … more
Healthy competition and the promise of a pizza party resulted in a record food drive at Lansing High School this year, bringing 1,256 items going to the Lansing Food Pantry. Students in the middle … more
Among the standard field trips for Lansing students in the 1970s was a bus ride north to the Southern Cayuga Central School’s Planetarium, where even the rowdiest group would go quiet with an … more
Four Lansing middle schoolers sat in the teen room of the Lansing Community Library with their wares spread before them. Grace Larson, Ian Rudy, Haley Sullivan and Paityn Russell had spent the … more
In the 23 years since David Heisler (class of 1996) played sweeper for the Lansing boys’ varsity soccer squad, the team has a record of 410 wins, 94 losses and 22 ties. The team has won 15 IAC … more
The Lansing United Methodist Church (LUMC) adopted a “Welcoming Statement” Sept. 22 declaring that “LGBTQIA+ persons are welcomed, affirmed and celebrated by the … more
Parents of struggling students in the Lansing Schools have a new resource to draw on, a “Family Navigator” assigned to the district on contract from Racker who can support them as they … more
The new building going up two doors south from the Triphammer-Peruville Road intersection will be a 12,000-square-foot, single-story, mixed-use facility aimed at bringing professional services closer … more
Rogue’s Harbor Inn plans to re-open the inn’s bar and restaurant in January. The “Corner Pub at Rogues’ Harbor” will offer drinks and dinner under the management of … more
When fall comes to Lansing, so do the combines. The nine-ton behemoths lumber across the land, taking in whole plants in the front, scattering stalks out the back and magically spitting out … more
Tompkins Weekly had an exclusive interview with the candidate for Lansing town supervisor. Read what Ed LaVigne, Incumbent, Republican, Independent and Michael Koplinka-Loehr, Democrat, had to say about where they would take the administration. more
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