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Traffic stop leads to arrest of Waterloo man

A Waterloo man was taken into custody following a traffic stop. According to a news release, the Seneca Falls Police Department cited Brian E. Wise, 54, of Waterloo for aggravated unlicensed operation. The arrest stems from a traffic stop after police observed Wise speeding on Ovid Street in Seneca Falls....
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Yaman Beach Open; Safe to Use

Earlier this month Yaman Beach was closed to the public due to possible contamination of the water from a truck accident on I81 that was carrying cooking oil and pesticides. The DEC completed their testing late last week and informed the City of Cortland that there were no contaminants in the water.
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One Ring Donuts Seeks New Ownership

After four years of business in Press Bay Alley, popular downtown Ithaca shop One Ring Donuts is looking for new ownership. According to its official website and Instagram, One Ring Donuts has been closed since April due to unexpected circumstances. Amy Cohen, One Ring’s founder, said that One Ring is open to many possibilities for its new ownership at this moment. Whoever has a donut dream, creativity, interest and skill can offer to buy the store through an online inquiry form until July 1.

Wegmans recalls Vidalia onions

ITHACA, N.Y. (WHCU) – A potential food-borne illness in a popular grocer’s produce. Wegmans Vidalia onions sold by the pound from June 23rd to June 24th in locations including Ithaca, Auburn, Corning, and Elmira, are being recalled due to the possibility of a listeria contamination. Officials say the product may have a 4-digit PLU code of 4159 or 4166. All products may be returned for a full refund.

American Airlines and United pare flights as delays and cancellations surge

Airlines in the U.S. are struggling to meet a surge in consumer demand for domestic and international air travel as they face acute worker shortages, including in the cockpit. American Airlines on Thursday said it is dropping service to four small cities in Iowa, New York and Ohio because it doesn't have enough pilots to captain planes.

Staffing Shortages Cause American Airlines to Drop 4 U.S. Cities from Service

If you’re getting ready to pack your bags and head out on your summer vacation, you’re certainly not alone. The travel industry has seen a massive surge lately, caused in part by “revenge travel.” Throughout the world, people were forced to postpone or cancel trips altogether due to the global pandemic. Now that COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted across the U.S. and internationally, travelers are eager to get out. But, staffing shortages have been plaguing the airline industry — and one airline is dropping service to four U.S. cities because of it.

Tales of a ‘Mushroom Huntress’

With eight decades of scouring forests across a multitude of countries for fungal delights to her name, Trumansburg resident Victoria Romanoff has bounded those years of experience, along with several delicious recipes, into a book titled “Mushroom Foraging and Feasting: Recollections and Recipes from a Lifetime on the Hunt.”

It’s About to Get Harder to Fly to Disney World From These 4 Cities

It’s no secret that it’s getting harder to travel. The price of gas continues to fluctuate and airlines are frequently canceling and delaying flights. JetBlue has already announced that they would be cancelling many flights this summer, and now an airline has made the decision to stop service to some cities.

American Airlines will cut four regional cities from its network

American Airlines on Sept. 7 will cut four regional airports from its route network: Long Island MacArthur (Islip) and Ithaca in New York; Dubuque, Iowa; and Toledo, Ohio. American said it made the cuts because of the pilot shortage impacting the U.S. airline industry. The carrier says 100 of its American Eagle-branded regional jets are grounded due to the pilot shortage.