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c, according to data from honor guard teams across New York as announced by the state Division of Military and Naval Affairs. Among the honor guard services, the Rome-based Eastern Air Defense Sector … more
The following swearing-in ceremonies are scheduled for this week: At 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1 the City of Rome Common Council will be sworn-in at the Rome Art and Community Center, located at … more
A building that hosts a famous downtown mural depicting Brigadier General Peter Gansevoort on horseback has recently been fenced in — but the move is not related to any anticipated repairs to the … more
A big hangar and getting a new heating system for it were crucial to bringing the aircraft maintenance business back to the Oneida County-owned Griffiss International Airport in Rome. John Hester, … more
The City of Rome will soon be holding public educational drop-in sessions regarding a downtown roadway rightsizing project, city officials say. The sessions run from noon to 1 p.m. every day from … more
With the Thursday announcement of the 2019 Annual Regional Economic Development Council awards touting the Mohawk Valley as a Top Performer and receiving $82.7 million to support 81 projects in the … more
While cold snow fell Tuesday on Floyd Avenue, officials said the area continues to be warm with developments. Dr. David Vinci, owner of Eye Care Center of Rome, was joined in the morning by local … more
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc., will soon begin Phase II of construction of the newly-installed memorial located at Griffiss Park. Phase I of the memorial was completed and dedicated on … more
Heading into the new year of 2020, Rome’s Common Councilors expect to have more discussions and activity geared toward boosting the city’s infrastructure improvements. Frank Anderson, the … more
A few days ago, editors at the Rome Daily Sentinel met to finalize plans for the Dec. 17 start of the Sentinel’s new Oneida edition. On the meeting agenda was solidifying news coverage plans for … more
VERONA — The Rome Hospital Foundation held its Annual Gala in November at The Turning Stone Resort, raising more than $89,000. Nunn’s Home Medical Services was the event’s presenting sponsor … more
As a good size portion of West Dominick Street is reinventing itself as an arts and culture district, a new eatery is hoping to put a fresh spin on downtown dining. Sugarbeets Kitchen & Bar will … more
Each December, a host of local volunteers brave the elements to make sure deceased veterans aren’t forgotten at Christmastime; and they work hard during the rest of the year to make sure current … more
LEE CENTER — Jim Muth has an opinion or two about snow — and the Lee Center man has a few different ideas on how to get rid of the white stuff, and wanted to share his experience using a new … more
The Salvation Army of Rome will kick off its annual Red Kettle Drive Tuesday night with the goal of reaching $75,000 this season, according to Capt. Amanda Krueger of the local unit. While the … more
The Rev. Paul Angelicchio, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church and Transfiguration Church, has voluntarily taken an administrative leave while a canonical investigation is conducted regarding … more
One local bowling alley hopes to fine-tune its business target. On Monday, Craig Vogel, owner of King Pin Recreation Center at 7157 East Dominick St. announced two changes in the management of the … more
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