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A virtual Business Roundtable including a discussion of COVID-19 impacts will be Nov. 18 at noon and presented by the Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley, according to an announcement. Among guests … more
Organizers are hoping that a joint community service project between the Rome Rotary Club and the Zonta Club will have enough legs to help those in need in the community. The program — “Blue … more
One person spoke during a Wednesday night public hearing regarding the proposed 2021 city budget. Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo has proposed a $44.9 million budget plan for the coming year. The plan … more
A pair of power outages this morning has left some 1,200 National Grid customers in west Rome without power and is forcing the Rome City School District to send students at Strough Middle School on … more
First Source Federal Credit Union and its employees are coming to the aid of several local service organizations as part of this year’s United Way Emerging Leaders Hygiene Drive. First Source … more
With the coronavirus pandemic now more a fact of life than an anomaly, the Salvation Army of Rome is analyzing the impact economic shutdowns will have on its winter holiday campaign, said Capt. … more
A traditional ceremony held every year on Veterans Day is canceled this year due to coronavirus pandemic social distancing restrictions, officials say. “The annual ceremony in Veterans Park will … more
Eddie’s Paramount Diner has taken to Facebook to announce that it is closing for one week as a precaution for the safety of workers and patrons. “Due to the increased number of COVID cases in our … more
Starting today, an overhead traffic control device at the intersection of North George and West Liberty Street will be temporarily replaced with four-way stop signs as work proceeds on the … more
Sign-ups are now open for families who wish to receive free toys for their children this Christmas, according to an announcement by the Rome Rescue Mission. Families who live in Rome with children … more
Wednesday, Nov. 11 will be a busy day for city business. • At 5:30 p.m., city officials will conduct a budget proposal review with the Community & Economic Development department, and at 6 p.m. … more
ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC, located at the Beeches Business Park, has been awarded a $3.2 million research and development contract by the Air Force Research Laboratory Information … more
The city’s Department of Public Works is reminding residents that the upcoming Veteran’s Day holiday, on Wednesday, Nov. 11, will alter the containerized green waste pickup schedule. For those on … more
LATHAM — Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Shields, the adjutant general for the State of New York, has announced that Private 1st Class Aaron Patnode, of Rome, serving with the 10th Area Command, has received … more
There are more changes coming to The Plaza at Black River, according to shopping plaza owners. “Ollie’s Bargain Outlet will be taking the former Herb Philipson’s space, becoming the newest … more
Sometimes, running unopposed for a city government seat in an election, gives you the opportunity to focus more on your role as a public servant, rather than worrying about your challenger. That was … more
The Rome Rescue Mission is asking the community for help to provide holiday meals to those in need. The Rescue Mission says it needs 1,000 turkeys this Thanksgiving to meet the need. Donations are … more
Out of an abundance of caution, Rome Memorial Hospital has suspended all routine inpatient hospital visitation, effective today as a result of an increasing number of COVID cases in the community. At … more
Murder suspect Jason P. D’Avolio spent this morning describing the “nightmare” of finding his wife dead in their upstairs bedroom and how his mind went “numb” as he cleaned up the scene to … more
ALBANY (AP) — A wintry weather system is expected to dump up to 10 inches of snow accompanied by winds up to 50 mph across parts of New York today into Tuesday morning. Snow and high winds will … more
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