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Rome Lions Club will coordinate several service projects this year, beginning with the completion of the second phase of a Reading Corner at Rome Art and Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., … more
A public hearing on the sale of a portion of property formerly known as Wright Park Manor and Woodhaven will be held at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, May 12, immediately preceding the 7 p.m. Common Council … more
Bringing with him a fresh perspective and the ambition and enthusiasm to bring change, Rome native Marcus Nelson made history in his new hometown of Needham, Mass., winning a seat on the town’s … more
Dozens of volunteers join United Way of the Mohawk Valley’s Emerging Leaders United (United Way MV’s ELU) for their third annual Spring Clean-up as part of “Keep America Beautiful: Great … more
A site plan review and State Environmental Quality Review for a proposal by Buck Construction to build 65 residential units as part of a major subdivision off Charles Anken Boulevard were tabled by … more
Work on Phase I and II of the Mohawk River Trail continues to progress, with the acceptance of a use and occupancy permit for the second phase of the project. Rome Common Council voted to accept the … more
Common Council President Stephanie Viscelli and Third Ward Councilor Kimberly Rogers have announced the return of the Common Council Neighbor Beautification initiative, “Rome Shines…One House at … more
The Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome has granted a $1.5 million award to Seeqc, a digital quantum computing company, as part of the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II program. … more
Copper City Community Connection, 305 E. Locust St., is holding a rally to help garner support for reopening senior centers in New York from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday outside on the senior center … more
The Rome Academy of Sciences is seeking nominations for the Class of 2021 into the Rome Science Hall of Fame. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the academy will create a virtual hall of fame to … more
As the warmer days of summer approach, pool owners may have to pay more for maintenance this year due to a shortage in chlorine tablets. According to national reports, a fire at a chemical plant … more
The city’s Planning Board will hold a public hearing on request by the Buck Group for the “Delta Community,” a 65-lot first phase of a 90-lot total major subdivision off of Charles Anken … more
As an alternative to its semi-annual Recycling Day, Jervis Public Library will host a paper shredding event on Thursday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event, supported by Confidata, will be held … more
Just as Wagner Farms, 5895 Old Oneida Road, was announcing plans for upcoming performances for the summer and fall seasons, owner Ron Wagner announced his agribusiness that hit an unanticipated snag, … more
The Rome NAACP will hold a virtual “Meet the Candidates” for the City of Rome School Board event on Monday via the Zoom platform at 7 p.m. The public is invited to a conversation with the five … more
With the weather getting warmer, Rome Rotary Club is inviting neighbors to come celebrate the season, along with mothers, for its Mother’s Day Weekend Chicken Barbecue, to be held from 1-5 p.m., or … more
Concerns over progress in the Rome Police Department obtaining body cameras as well as issues about a lack of follow-up for complaint and arrest cases were questions raised during the public comment … more
GPO Federal Credit Union broke ground on Wednesday at its newest location, 1701 N. James St. Expected to open this fall, the new full-service branch with a drive-thru ATM will offer an array of loan … more
One of the city’s key projects in its Downtown Revitalization Initiative received a significant boost on Wednesday with the state announcing that it has awarded $4.6 million to Rome for … more
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