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The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation is holding the “Give a Gift Card” holiday charity drive to benefit local cancer patients in need. Donors can select to donate a gas card, a grocery card, or … more
The Jim & Juli Boeheim Board of Advisors approved a grant of $3,000 to be awarded to the Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation. The grant will support two key areas of service provided by the JMCF: … more
The Zeta Master Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a recent breakfast meeting at Teddy’s Restaurant with chapter President Betty Dyer presiding. The chapter approved a donation to the Rome … more
Plans for a solar project along Rome-Oriskany Road near Route 233 are moving forward. A 4.3 megawatt solar project slated for 6948 Rome-Oriskany Road, was given a green light by the city planning … more
Only patients will be permitted in the Emergency Department at Rome Memorial Hospital with limited exceptions for the protection of everyone due to the significant increase of COVID cases in the … more
Whether routine maintenance work or issues with equipment that needed repair, local residents may have noticed a series of power outages throughout the city during November. Virginia Limmiatis, … more
The Rome Twigs will hold its annual Tree of Lights ceremony in front of the James Street entrance to Rome Memorial Hospital on Sunday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. The Twigs will take a moment to remember, … more
Don’t worry, “It’s a Wonderful Life” fans, Clarence will still get his wings and George Bailey will still be the richest man in Bedford Falls — but no sooner than the sinister Ol’ Man … more
The Museum Association of New York has selected Rome Historical Society as one of 98 partners in its “Building Capacity, Creating Sustainability, Growing Accessibility” project made possible … more
Rome Memorial Hospital has reopened its COVID-19 ward as the number of cases of the coronavirus disease steadily increase, but this time it is with eight months of experience and more medical tools … more
A proposed solar project on the agenda for the 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.1, city planning board meeting, is potentially up for some action Currently, the 4.3 megawatt solar project proposal for 6948 … more
Changes are coming to the family-owned Rome Sentinel Company. Saturday, Nov. 28, will be the last Daily Sentinel printed at the Rome Sentinel Co. office on 333 W. Dominick St. Starting with the … more
REMSEN — In early 2019, Rachael Hurlburt was looking forward to the last two months of her pregnancy. At 32 weeks, she was eagerly anticipating a baby shower with family and friends and making … more
Rome Rescue Mission was in need of 1,000 turkeys for the upcoming holidays, so Romans and local business owners David Rizio and Joseph Calandra decided to start a local effort to help out those in … more
The 2021 Rome city budget was adopted with few changes during a special meeting Wednesday night. The $44.9 million budget carries no property tax increase for the fourth year in a row. The plan does … more
First United Methodist Church, 400 N. George St., has temporarily suspended their Food $en$e program. Participants who have placed orders for November can still pick-up their food at the church … more
Jervis Public Library has announced donations received during the third quarter of 2020. The Board of Trustees notes that the library is a non-profit educational institution, and tax-deductible … more
Eggan Excavating & Equipment has been named member of the week by the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce. “In 1959, John D. Eggan, Jr. started a small excavating company that would come to be known … more
A special meeting of the Rome Common Council is slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18. The lone agenda item is approval of the 2021 city budget. Those wishing to listen to the meeting by telephone may … more
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