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As area entertainment venues have had to find ways to stay afloat during coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns, the arts complex at the Rome Capitol Theatre on West Dominick Street — shuttered … more
The cleanup of the Rome Turney Radiator site on Canal Street continues to motor along, officials say. With demolition of the old company structure complete, city officials have an eye on obtaining … more
As the region enters phase 3 reopening today in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic — a phase largely geared toward restaurants and personal care services opening at 50% capacity as long as safety … more
WESTERNVILLE — Woods Valley Ski Area on Route 46 is about to venture beyond the business of downhill skiing, tubing and snowboarding during the winter months. Owner Tim Woods recently announced … more
Over 300 people marched around Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome Saturday night to protest police brutality. Participants in the event organized by the Central New York chapter of Citizen Action … more
Two area JCPenney locations are on a new list of closures for the nationwide department store chain. In a Thursday announcement the stores in Rome’s Freedom Plaza, on Erie Boulevard, West, and New … more
Over one hundred people participated in a peaceful protest against police brutality in front of the Rome Police Department Monday evening. What started as a handful of people on the sidewalk at 301 … more
Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo, at 5135 Rome New London Road, has announced they will be able to opening in a reservation only style on June 20, according to a Facebook post. “Due to the COVID-19 … more
In a Friday morning emergency session of the city Board of Estimate and Contract, a measure was unanimously approved to authorize an agreement for a shared work program — which involves a reduction … more
The City of Rome is reaching out to non-profit organizations, who are currently working on addressing the health, welfare, and well-being of the community by providing services directly related to … more
As the Mohawk Valley region begins the first phase of reopening, Rome Memorial Hospital is taking a phased approach to resuming vital procedures and outpatient services to ensure that patients can … more
As Oneida County enters its first phase of economic reopening after months of a pandemic-related shutdown, some area restaurants are ready to fire up the burners and skillets. It’s been a long two … more
An employee at La Roma Pizzeria, 600 Floyd Ave., has tested positive for Hepatitis A and worked while infectious, possibly exposing restaurant patrons, according to the Oneida County Health … more
New York Commissioner of the Office of General Services RoAnn Destito spoke in Rome today to encourage anyone who might meet criteria for being tested for the COVID-19 coronavirus to make an … more
In the wake of a long list of summer events being canceled due to social distancing guidelines and sensitivity over funding, the annual Honor America Days celebration scheduled for July 24 through … more
Patrolman James A. Pruckno has seen just about everything in his 8 1/2 years with the Rome Police Department. But a 3 1/2-week deployment as a member of the Air National Guard’s 174th Attack Wing … more
Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo foresees some permanent changes coming — even as statewide coronavirus data in recent days suggest a sort of post-peak plateau. “We’re beginning to shift the … more
The 2020 World Series of Bocce has officially been canceled, but organizers have a plan for the event to return in 2021. In mid-April, Michael Ferlo of the East Dominick Street seated Toccolana Club … more
Having been a funeral home owner and director for several years and still working part-time in the business, Bob Gulla recently volunteered his expertise by assisting in recovery efforts down in New … more
Real estate agent Michele Christy Reid has gone from publicly showing properties in the area that are for sale to organizing an effort that has so far produced thousands of safety masks for local … more
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