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A Rome couple quarantined on a cruise ship because of the viral outbreak in China were among Americans flown back to the United States only to be quarantined again. Peter and Cindy Molesky were among … more
For the Griffiths, a chance blind date has evolved into a lifetime love story. On Valentine’s Day Feb. 14, Claude and Joyce celebrate their 71st “diamond” wedding anniversary. Both share a room … more
A new five-year residential trash and recycling contract was awarded during this morning’s city Board of Estimate and contract meeting. However, the move may be opening the city to potential legal … more
On the heels of a snowstorm late last week that dumped upwards of 10 inches of snow on Rome and the surrounding region, city officials were reviewing snow cleanup operations Monday morning. Overall, … more
Scores of walkers dug their way out of the snow to participate this morning in the Rome Indoor Heart Walk, held at Rome Free Academy, 95 Dart Circle.  Participants were raising funds and awareness … more
A “wintry mix” of precipitation overnight — with more on the way today and Friday — has created a dangerous recipe for area roadways, making conditions slick and icy. There was a fatal crash … more
Gansevoort Elementary School kindergartners marked World Read Aloud Day this morning by hearing some selections by local author Tamara Cantarano from her children’s picture book series “The … more
The Rev. Paul Angelicchio will no longer be on administrative leave and has returned to his position as pastor of St. John the Baptist Church and Transfiguration Church effective Saturday, announced … more
Holding a framed display with a couple handfuls of military medals neatly arranged inside, 94-year-old Rome resident Hugh Aikens said he couldn’t fully express his gratitude for receiving them. At … more
A cat isn’t just a cat — it’s a responsibility. And with wild cats becoming more and more of a problem in local communities, animal activists are working harder than ever to meet the problem … more
Rite Aid Pharmacy at 1747 Black River Blvd. will be closing its doors next month. Store Manager Larry Grau said the store’s last day of business will be Monday, Feb. 10. All prescriptions from that … more
Early Monday, crews were seen along West Dominick Street removing decorative landscape stones from a city project that would incorporate seating and public art once finished. The stones were set … more
Two buildings in the tear-down process this week are definitely changing the city’s skyline. • Cleanup work at the former Rome-Turney Radiator Company site located at 109 Canal St. saw large … more
In case you didn’t realize it, Rome’s water supply is in fact now being filtered using an ultraviolet light filtration system originally set up a few years ago. After a rocky start in November … more
To protect patients from the flu and other illnesses, visitor restrictions have been put in place at Rome Memorial Hospital and its Residential Health Care Facility. Effective immediately, a maximum … more
This week, demolition and remediation efforts continued at the former Rome Cable site off of Erie Boulevard to make way for improvement and business development at the long-vacant site. Workers … more
Area residents are calling for global peace in reaction to high tensions created after the killing of Iran’s Gen. Qassem Soleimani in an airstrike at the Baghdad’s international airport last … more
Being sworn in to her second four year term early Thursday evening, Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo made it known that the gains she has been able to attain for the Copper City are not hers alone. “No … more
The Rome Common Council was sworn-in Wednesday morning at the Rome Art and Community Center, during a brief ceremony. Members of the city Common Council sworn-in by City Clerk Jean Isom Grande for … more
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