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A second planned demonstration at the 160-bed The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing facility at 801 N. James St. will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday amid growing numbers of allegations statewide against … more
Live flights and testing of components are scheduled to begin this month at the unmanned aircraft test site in Rome in the second phase of a federal program to develop a high-density air traffic … more
As the City of Rome moves through its budget process for 2021, officials are keeping an eye on sales tax revenues as well as county and state funding revenue streams typically available to them but … more
The Rome Art and Community Center has canceled a pair of major fundraisers — its Haunted Halloween event in October as well as its traditional Holiday House in November. The events, staples of the … more
Old pictures found in boxes in the attic of a city home have led a family to reconnect with their past and current relatives. When Cathy Dowling DeHimer — who lives in western New York — … more
This week, a team of archaeologists are sifting and careful digging through soil at a spot in Rome off Route 46 near the former Erie Canal Village that may shed more light on area history leading up … more
After a Tuesday night city planning board meeting, the status of some current building projects will be carried on to the next meeting agenda. • Picking up an issue discussed at a previous planning … more
The unmanned-aircraft test facility at Oneida County-owned Griffiss international Airport in Rome is getting a new task from NASA: Help develop what amounts to an airport for drones that take off and … more
Over 60 people lined the sidewalk outside The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at 801 North James St. Thursday afternoon to call attention to conditions there and at other facilities like it. Ruth … more
The state Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc. took possession of a UH-1 Huey helicopter Saturday morning. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, which is located at the intersection of Route 825 and … more
Work on the future site for Cold Point Corp. — a manufacturer of replacement water source heat pump units — has been heating up, with crews putting up the structure’s framing as well as … more
UTICA — Oneida County saw two new positive cases confirmed over the weekend, bringing to 1,972 the total of positive cases since the pandemic arrived locally in mid-March. There were no new … more
The COVID-19 pandemic’s ripple effect has delayed the start of work by an aircraft maintenance and overhaul company coming to county-owned Griffiss International Airport in Rome, but its owner says … more
On Dec. 8, 1928, a Rome Daily Sentinel report noted that the marquee at the then-soon-to-be-opened Capitol Theatre had a total of 2,240 bulbs.  The theater opened its … more
Work on revamping the downtown area of Rome continues, despite widespread economic slowdowns and shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. At a city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting this week, … more
TOWN OF LEE — For 49 years including the past 48 at its 8580 Turin Road location, the family-owned Salce’s Garden Center has been a seasonal fixture in spring, summer and early fall with such … more
An employee of Taco Bell on Erie Boulevard West in Rome has tested positive for hepatitis A and worked while infectious, prompting the Oneida County Health Department to recommend that anyone who had … more
Friday morning, Susie Tharrett, one of the owners of Papa Rick’s Snack Shack on North James Street, was treated to a surprise after being discharged from Rome Memorial Hospital after a lengthy stay … more
With the COVID-19/coronavirus impacting myriad facets of life locally, and across the globe, nonprofit arts institutions are struggling to find ways to reach out to the community, and pay the bills. … more
For those traveling along James and Dominick streets downtown this week, there is something new to see.  Anchored to utility poles along the streets are patriotic-themed, “Keep the Spirit” and … more
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