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Hearts, flowers, romance, and special dinners for two seem to be everywhere as we approach Valentine’s Day, right around the corner. more
The funny thing about New Year’s Resolutions are that they are about the past more than about the future. more
John 15:15 (NIV): I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. more

A monthly luncheon of the Rome Christian Women will take place at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1. more
Grandiose and fanciful intrigue still abounds! It seems every week we hear another story that seems more un-real than the last. Adventure. Conspiracy. They make for great novels. Fiction writers – … more
Billboard-charting artist Sherry Anne, a resident of Rome, has released her new video and radio single, “Believe,” in honor of Sanctity of Human Life Sunday to be held on Sunday, Jan. 22. more
New is great. New sounds like potential and opportunity — unless I think about it too much. Then it sounds like change and the unknown. more
In this season of giving, Tabernacle Baptist Church, 13 Clark Place, recognizes the gifts they received in the completion of Phase 2 of the restoration of the exterior of their sanctuary. more
Rome Alliance Church, 920 Turin St., will offer three bible studies for all women in the community. more
Bishop Douglas J. Lucia, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, has joined Catholics worldwide in mourning of the death of Pope-emeritus Benedict XVI, who died on Saturday at age 95. more
Jerry Lamb could not maneuver his wheelchair into the rows of pews at his church. It wouldn’t fit. Nor could he sit in the aisles without awkwardly blocking the way. more
Rome Christian Women will hold its monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 4. more
The oak tree on the front lawn of Transfiguration Lutheran Church on Culver Road in Irondequoit sprouted just a few years before the British Army was surrendering to George Washington at Yorktown. more
The Rome Community Foundation has awarded $166,350 in grants to Rome area charitable organizations in the latest distributions for the fourth quarter of 2022. more
In the 1957 Christmas classic, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” we read about the grumpy and grouchy main character, the Grinch. We quickly learn that he hates Christmas. more
Jesus is coming again. For Christians worldwide, the miracle of the manger bursts into hearts with the promise of a living God and eternal life. more
The lights in downtown Utica just got brighter as a giant menorah in Liberty Bell Park was lit in celebration of Hanukkah. more
In these last few days of Advent, we are preparing for the arrival of the promised King of Kings, the Emmanuel or God with us. more
Members of the Rome Clergy Association will hold a Blue Christmas/Longest Night Service, “I Heard the Bells,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21. more
TOWN OF LEE The St. Joseph’s Music Ministry will present its 36th annual Christmas Concert “Unto Us a Child Is Born” on Tuesday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Lee Center church. The event was … more
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