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  • Letters: Earth Day; State police barrack; Food labeling

    Letters: Earth Day; State police barrack; Food labeling
    Earth Day My generation had the pill, the Vietnam War, the Kent State shooting, civil rights and Woodstock to deal with, all at once. As youth, we had energy and passion. Now, 45 years later, some of these issues have become faded memories. But...
  • Limit College Applications And Save On Stress

    Limit College Applications And Save On Stress
    As the father of a high school senior who suffered this spring through the angst of waiting for college acceptance notices at a time when some top schools reject more than 90 percent of applicants, I have a simple suggestion to reduce some of the...
  • Dog flu outbreak gained foothold at urban doggie day cares

    Many urbanites use doggie day cares while they work long hours. Paying others to exercise their pets, owners can forgo long walks and enjoy guilt-free pooch snuggling in the evenings. While usually a healthy experience for the dogs, the day care...
  • Dog flu outbreak: What you need to know

    Dog flu outbreak: What you need to know
    CHICAGO — Many urbanites use doggie day cares while they work long hours. Paying others to exercise their pets, owners can forgo long walks and enjoy guilt-free pooch snuggling in the evenings. While usually a healthy experience for the dogs, the...
  • Gay marriage issue complicates immigration, motherhood

    When Valeria Tanco and Sophy Jesty began dating during post-graduate veterinary training at Cornell University, their relationship faced more than the usual run of hurdles. Tanco is Argentinian, and once her residency ended, she wound up on the west...
  • More than 40 displaced by fire at 2 Ithaca buildings

    More than 40 people have been displaced after a fire heavily damaged two Ithaca buildings housing a popular pub and apartments located near the Cornell University campus. Fire officials in Ithaca say the neighboring three-story buildings on Stewart...
  • Law scholar nominated for Taiwan presidency, could be 1st woman to lead island

    Could Taiwan have its first female president in 2016? Taiwan’s chief opposition party on Wednesday nominated Tsai Ing-wen, a 58-year-old law scholar, as its candidate for the January presidential election, and opinion polls show the Cornell...
  • Chicago canine influenza epidemic traced to Asian strain

    Chicago canine influenza epidemic traced to Asian strain
    Hunter, a fox red Labrador retriever, spent 10 days at a North Side boarding facility earlier this month while Alicia Fitzgerald was on vacation. When Fitzgerald returned to pick up her pet Sunday, she was told Hunter had been coughing. By Tuesday...
  • Fire heavily damages pub, apartment building in Ithaca

    Firefighters have gained control of a blaze that has heavily damaged two neighboring buildings in Ithaca that house a popular pub and apartments. Fire officials say the blaze was reported around 4 a.m. Tuesday at The Chapter House bar and restaurant...
  • Johns Hopkins begins using high-tech equipment on pets

    Johns Hopkins begins using high-tech equipment on pets
    Unconscious and with furry yellow paws in the air, Otter was guided into the MRI machine. The 4-year-old Lab had been having increasingly severe episodes of back pain over months and a neurosurgeon wanted to confirm his suspicions about the cause....
  • New Spike Lee film 'Chiraq' sparks conversation about the term

    New Spike Lee film 'Chiraq' sparks conversation about the term
    Reports that filmmaker Spike Lee is planning to shoot a feature movie here called "Chiraq" ruined Aaron Pierce's mood Thursday. "I'm just really concerned about using that name," said Pierce, a South Side rapper who started an "Anti-Chiraq" social media...