A 23-year-old city man Friday was convicted in Tompkins County Court of vehicular manslaughter and DWI in connection with the 2010 death of a passenger.
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A number of candidates received endorsements by the Town of Ithaca Democratic Committee. Among the offices to be filled in November: the Tompkins County Legislature and the Ithaca Town Board.
First Ward Common Council Alderperson Cynthia Brock announced Wednesday she will run for a second term. She is seeking re-election to a four-year-term in the newly-redistricted ward on the city’s South side.
George McGonigal, the First Ward representative appointed in 2011 to serve the remaining term of departing Maria Coles, announced Tuesday he plans to run for a full two-year stint on the Common Council.
In the first step toward gaining countywide endorsement, the Ulysses Democratic Committee selected Joe Cassidy in the race for County Judge. The Ulysses group is the first town committee to hand out endorsements for the race.
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In a case ripped right out of a Miss Marple detective thriller, a resident of a senior citizen home helped Tompkins County police nab a 43-year-old Waverly woman sentenced for burglary. At the heart of the case against the former Longview employee: video of marked cash taken from a locked apartment.
Democrat Martha Robertson’s bid to unseat Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) has gained the attention of a well-funded liberal group, EMILY’s List. The group named Robertson among six women seeking House seats now held by Republican men.
In a statement, the Ithaca College writing instructor and former Ithaca Times reporter said he wants to focus on quality of life issues facing Ithaca residents.
In the final analysis it can be clearly shown that a healthy, vibrant economy depends in large measure on a healthy real estate market. Real estate sales are the goose that lays the golden egg. Let’s not cripple the goose.