At the first-ever Oktoberfest on the Commons this weekend, participants — several clad in lederhosen — endured overcast weather to sample local beers, wines and local restaurant fare.
As part of a broader project to revive the Commons, a company announced a plan Wednesday for a $30 million project called “Harold’s Square” downtown.
At around 9 p.m., about 2,765 — or 6.45 percent — of customers in Tompkins County were without power, according to New York State Energy and Gas.
Numerous buildings off-campus in the City and Town of Ithaca lost electricity Thursday night due to a power outage, according to a University special conditions alert.
Mayor Svante Myrick ’09 traveled to Washington, D.C. on March 14 in hopes of persuading the U.S. Department of Transportation to allocate funding for several projects.
At the end of last year, Ithaca restaurateur Lex Chutintaranond took home the Ithaca Rotary Club’s Pride of Ownership Award for establishing Mia, a new Pan-Asian restaurant located on the Commons.