November 2016



Ray Kerr, of the greatest generation, looks back. more

People & Life

The Seneca Lake Wine Trail turns thirty. more

Food & Drink

In 1860, with the Union in peril, Tioga County sent the rail-splitter to the White House. more

People & Life

A good cookbook doesn't necessarily mean a book of recipes. more

Food & Drink


Terri Stanisha

A Coudersport landmark finds a savior. more

People & Life

From feeble to fantastic: Williamsport finds its heart. more


Turning history into something special. more

People & Life

Another way to race at the Glen. more

Arts & Leisure

There's nothing like a little veterinary emergency to add spice to the holidays... more

People & Life

The Rockets' Red Glare

By Johnathan Mack

I wanted to capture an image that exemplified the celebration of the Fourth of July, and this scene from the annual reworks show in Ithaca was the perfect opportunity. I borrowed a ladder and climbed up onto a friend’s roof overlooking Cayuga Lake. From there I had the perfect vantage point to watch the reworks and capture some photos.