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During the last 2020 city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting Wednesday morning, the board approved a handful of year end actions. Among them was a move granting a 60-day extension of excess … more
DETROIT, MICH. — TSgt. Andrew (Drew) Dyal has spent 12 years of service in the Air Force, but Dyal, who is currently stationed at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Information Directorate in … more
A special session of the city’s Board of Estimate and Contract has been called for 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The meeting will be conducted remotely and can be heard using a telephone audio … more
The 2020 Christmas Bird Count was different from others, according to local organizers, but in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the area’s dedicated birders were still able to get out and … more
(Editor’s note: In keeping with a holiday tradition, the Christmas column written by Fritz S. Updike, former Sentinel editor, appears today. Mr. Updike died Dec. 27, 1995.) If we could wave a magic … more
Members of the Rome Memorial Hospital staff and administration began receiving their first doses of COVID-19 vaccinations on Wednesday, an early Christmas present in the continuing effort to overcome … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, announced that included in the government funding legislation is nearly $279 million for Rome Lab. The bill passed both houses of Congress … more
Christmas is an important time for James Mathy — who with a little help from a cast of characters from the North Pole to the Isle of Misfit Toys to Hennepin County, Minn., fictional home of Charlie … more
When it comes to staying healthy and active, Karen Catanzaro of Rome depends on the programs and services at her local Rome Family YMCA at 301 W. Bloomfield St. A member for six years, Catanzaro, age … more
It won’t be winter — officially — until 5:02 a.m. Monday, but the season got a jump start with a nor’easter that slammed coastal states on Wednesday and into the overnight hours. Light flakes … more
A local girl is using her time and talents to help individuals with autism and make a difference in her community. When the pandemic began, Caroline Holtslander, 11, of Rome, started her own … more
A trio of area nursing homes, including the Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, 801 N. James St., have been picked for a pilot program to deliver holiday cheer to residents. Since the beginning … more
Two people are believed to have died in a large house fire on Rome-Oriskany Road late Tuesday night. It has been reported that at least two residents died in the fire at 7736 Route 69. The Oneida … more
The Rome Branch NAACP will host two virtual town halls this month.   The first virtual town hall, “Covid and the Holidays,” will be held on Monday, Dec. 14, beginning at 7 … more
Alice R. Gafner, of Rome, celebrated her 103rd birthday on Thursday with her family and friends. A lifetime area resident, Gafner grew up on a farm in Westmoreland and began teaching at age 18 in a … more
Varied actions took place at the last Rome Common Council meeting of 2020 held Wednesday night. The common council approved a measure to participate in a diversity training led by Syracuse-based Dr. … more
On Sunday, Dec. 6, a socially distanced and masked crowd gathered in front of Rome Memorial Hospital to celebrate the success of the Twigs’ 2020 Tree of Lights campaign with the annual lighting of … more
The defense spending bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives this week includes $25 million for research projects at Rome Lab, and language to prevent workforce reductions at two other … more
On the agenda for the Wednesday, Dec. 9, Rome Common Council meeting is a collection of year end housekeeping measures. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Among resolutions that were up for … more
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