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.
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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.
A Tompkins County committee Wednesday reviewed a plan to relocate the Community Justice Center from its current home in the Old County Library building to an expanded County Human Services Building.
The Ithaca Police Department Monday announced it will begin foot patrols of the city’s west side following a “substantial increase in violence.”
A 17-year-old man was stabbed in the back Sunday afternoon, but is refusing to cooperate with Ithaca police. A large group of people who were present at the scene of the stabbing “all stated they did not see anything,” according to police.
Few details are known about a stabbing that occurred Saturday night on West State Street. Ithaca police say they found a 35-year-old man bleeding heavily from a stab wound to the neck.
Ithaca — Two city residents were in Tompkins County jail Friday morning after being arrested Thursday night for allegedly robbing a man. According to police, a man reported being robbed at 9 p.m. on the 200 block of South Cayuga Street, near the Holiday Inn. The victim later identified Kimberly S. Larkin and Leaddice J…. Read more »
A dinner with City of Ithaca Mayor Svante Myrick is among the items up for auction as part of the State Theatre’s third-annual fundraiser.
The union representing Ithaca police called Monday’s hung-jury verdict on attempted murder in the shooting of Officer Anthony Augustine a “travesty” which should outrage the community.
Tompkins County District Attorney Gwen Wilkinson Tuesday announced she will run for a third term in November. “The nature of crime in Tompkins County has changed, and the DA’s office must adapt to combat that,” she said in a statement.