A hatchet-wielding homeless man has been arrested for robbing the Ithaca Lowes Store located on Fairgrounds Memorial Parkway. 31-year-old Zachary Burlingame was charged with first-degree robbery and second-degree menacing. A store worker told Ithaca... Read More.
New York State Police at Ithaca are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the woman pictured. The woman is accused of stealing over a dozen... Read More.
On 05/11/19 at approximately 0206 a.m., an Ithaca Police Officer on patrol heard the sound of numerous gunshots coming from the 200 block of South Cayuga Street. Tompkins County Dispatch advised that a 911... Read More.
Ithaca Police Department is currently investigating vandalism to the iconic Child of Ithaca statue on the Ithaca Commons. The statue is of a female sitting at a table with a cup in her... Read More.
On April 4, Ithaca police investigators arrested Zachary L. Pesold, 58, of West Village Place, and charged him with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. The charges stemmed from multiple incidents... Read More.
Over the past few nights, Ithaca police have received complaints from several individuals who say they might have been drugged at bars located on the Ithaca Commons. If you have knowledge of these incidents, or... Read More.
The ballots have been counted for the 21st Annual Downtown Ithaca Chili Cook-Off and some of the winners are... People's Choice Best Chili winner is Ithaca Beer; Best Meat Chili winner is McCormick's at... Read More.
The Ithaca Common Council’s Planning and Economic Development committee meets Wednesday night. The 6 p.m. session begins with a public hearing on the proposed purchase of the former Immaculate Conception School gymnasium. Later in... Read More.
It’s the 21st annual Great Downtown Chili Cook-Off tomorrow in Ithaca. It all happens at the Commons and the surrounding downtown area. The event features chili prepared by more than 40 restaurants as they... Read More.
Ithaca’s police chief says he’ll walk into the police station as a full-time sworn officer…for the final time on May 31st. Chief Pete Tyler announced Tuesday he is retiring. Tyler says whomever replaces him... Read More.