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Officials with the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Rome — along with a full array of sponsors — are hailing the return of the annual Honor America Days concert and fireworks … more
A vacant house fire on West Willett Street very early Sunday morning is suspected arson after city fire officials said kerosene was poured on a pile of personal items. Rome Police are investigating. … more
A senior community for ages 55-plus, with resources available for home and community-based services is planned for Nascentia Health’s new campus to be located at the former Beeches Inn and … more
Updates on legislation meant to deem Erie Canal Village property as an “historic district” so that it may reopen as a museum and tourist destination was discussed during Wednesday’s Common … more
“All roads lead to Rome.” In an address to company and local officials, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul shared the history of Rome and Griffiss Air Force base in order to recognize the growth and new life … more
UTICA — In a Wednesday announcement, Oneida County’s Main Street Program to provide support to local municipal downtown development projects, assist in the safe and efficient redesign of main … more
Rome Historical Society is currently working with city officials and owner Richard Rios in recovering artifacts still being stored at the Erie Canal Village. Rios said meetings with city officials … more
BOONVILLE — The 133rd Boonville-Oneida County Fair returned Tuesday after a one year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fair activities will run through Sunday, Aug. 1, and organizers say that as … more
Four different resolutions that would authorize Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo to apply for a 2021 consolidated funding application for major city projects will be before the Common Council during its next … more
It was an event meant to renew the peace and love vibes of its namesake that would instead come to a fiery, rioting end and become infamously known as “The day the music died.” Woodstock ‘99 … more
A plea for state legislators to suspend the no eviction moratorium established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic was discussed by city officials during the July 14 Common Council meeting. Gov. … more
An overdose spike alert has been issued by the Oneida County Overdose Response Team after four people were found unresponsive in Sylvan Beach, and one person died in Vienna. The alert also comes with … more
TOWN OF WESTERN — Barely a week and a half after an EF-1 tornado ripped through roads and homes in the Town of Western, another rainstorm has brought floods and more damage — as well as several … more
For 70 years, the City of Rome has been home to one of the most advanced technology development agencies in the world. The Air Force Research Lab Information Directorate has been a part of the city … more
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday he does not plan to reinstate a citywide mask mandate even as COVID-19 cases increase, opting instead to focus on vaccinating more … more
UTICA —The family of murder victim Bianca Devins has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Oneida County District Attorney’s Office claiming that their attorneys shared the gruesome … more
Local lawyer and advocate for the elderly Theresa Girouard understands the impacts, and isolation, that the pandemic has created for thousands of area nursing home residents. Although the pandemic is … more
In recent days, the statewide COVID-19 seven-day average infection positivity rate has been slowly trickling upward with Thursday’s number clocking in at 1.04%. This week, that number was .88% on … more
WHITESTOWN — The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office will start using a new “Bola Wrap” device as a more humane method to restrain individuals. Sheriff Robert M. Maciol announced the new tool at … more
On Wednesday, the statewide seven-day average COVID-19 positivity rate was 0.95%, and there were two deaths in New York on Monday related to the virus. In Oneida County, July 13 brought seven new … more
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