Local news for April 6, 2023
State Police Search For Abducted Tompkins County Woman
New York State Police are asking the public for help finding a vulnerable 34-year-old Tompkins County woman. Tatiana David was last seen Wednesday morning on West Hill Circle in Ithaca. She is 5’ 9” and weighs about 180 lbs. She has brown eyes, brown skin, and black hair. Police say she was last seen with Michael Davis in a white Jeep Cherokee with a roof rack, tinted windows, and no front plates. Police say she was abducted. Anyone with information should call the state police at 607-561-7400. If you see them, do not approach them, and call 911 immediately.
Ithaca Park added to State Historic Register
Stewart Park has been named to the New York State Register of Historic Places. The park is located in Ithaca along the southern shore of Cayuga Lake. The land was historically inhabited by Cayuga people before they were displaced in the late 18th century. According to the Friends of Stewart Park website, the area was the site of the Wharton Film Studio until it was turned into a public park in the 1920s. The Friends of Stewart Park group, Wharton Studio Museum, and Historic Ithaca collaborated to submit the application. The park is also nominated to be added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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