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In a new U.S. News and World Report ranking, the Residential Health Care Facility at Rome Memorial Hospital was among the 19% of skilled nursing facilities in the United States recognized as a "Best … more
The city of Rome is pursuing state grants to help it clean two former industrial sites and get them returned to productive use. Resolutions before the council at its regular meeting Wednesday would … more
The state is advising residents to prepare for difficult driving conditions, heavy snow and frigid temperatures as a winter storm gets ready to sock the region later today. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo … more
Henry P. Smith Post American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2246 will honor the area’s servicemen and women with a Veterans Day ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park on Monday, Nov. 11. … more
A former convent building that had been associated with Rome Catholic School has been sold for a $90,000 bid at a bank auction. The high bidder in the auction at the 808 Cypress St. site Wednesday … more
The Rome Common Council adopted a 2020 budget for the city Wednesday evening, making no major changes to Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s proposed spending plan, which holds property taxes and water and … more
An 808 Cypress St. building that at one time was a convent associated with Rome Catholic School and more recently was a child care center will be put up for auction Oct. 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the site. … more
Two families are being assisted by the Mohawk Valley Chapter American Red Cross after a fire severely damaged their Lawrence Street home Wednesday night. The blaze remains under investigation by fire … more
The city of Rome codes enforcement department is taking the owner of a store damaged in last winter’s Peterson’s Pets fire to court for failing to file a plan for repairing the building. Brian … more
Accused wife-killer Jason P. D’Avolio has rejected a reduced plea offer of 20 years to life in state prison and will take his case to trial. D’Avolio, 47, of Rome, appeared before County Court … more
The city should consider action to gain title of the former Erie Canal Village via a reverter clause in its 2002 sale deed for the site if current owners’ noncompliance with deed restrictions and … more
It will be at least a year before the Air City Lofts project is built, but already some of the space there is spoken for, according to the company building the much-anticipated mixed-use complex. … more
The ceremonial groundbreaking today of a new apartment and mixed-use complex on former Griffiss Air Force Base land was hailed as a step toward enticing some of the thousands of people who work on … more
With Veterans Day soon approaching, team members from the Lowe’s of Rome store, 1230 Erie Blvd. W., are helping to spruce up a local monument dedicated to the soldiers who made the ultimate … more
A sinkhole was discovered by staff in the front yard of the Humane Society of Rome Friday morning. “The ground just literally sunk. It’s huge,” said Society … more
Bradley R. Waters, 32, was named publisher of the family-owned Rome Sentinel newspapers today by company president and owner Stephen B. Waters who is stepping down from the position he has held since … more
A deal to lease a tract of land near the Erie Canal Village site to the Humane Society of Rome for the construction of a new shelter stalled Wednesday night, as the Common Council voted to set aside … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s proposed budget for 2020 keeps taxes, water and sewer rates steady and projects an increase in sales tax receipts. Izzo unveiled the $45,745,259 proposal to members of … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo will unveil her budget for the city’s fiscal year 2020 on Wednesday in a special session ahead of the Common Council’s regular meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the council … more
Members of the public trickled into South Rome Senior Center Wednesday night to hear from the Department of Environmental Conservation on the state’s plans at the former Rome Cable site. The site, … more
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