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Plans are in the works to officially open city parks by the time local children are on spring recess from school, which starts Friday, April 2. Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo said the state released … more
The city Department of Public Works will begin the weekly collection of green waste and brush pickup for the inside corporation district starting Monday, March 29. DPW crews will pickup green waste … more
A spring book sale will be held at the Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., by appointment from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day today, March 23, through Saturday, March 27. Call 315-336-4570 to … more
Resolutions to authorize training for city employees are up for approval at the next Common Council meeting to be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 24, via Webex audio stream. The call-in number for … more
City of Rome Third Ward Councilor Kimberly Rogers and Common Council President Stephanie Viscelli, in partnership with The Mill, will hold a food drive to benefit Rome Rescue Mission from 11 a.m. to … more
CLINTON — Working closely with the City of Rome, Hamilton College is on the verge of breaking ground this April for a new $2 million boathouse located on the Erie Canal in Bellamy Harbor Park. … more
Zurich Cinemas has announced that “the intermission is over” and movies will once again hit the big screen starting Friday, March 26. Earlier this month, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced he would … more
Rome Rotary Club is still looking for all types of new or gently-worn shoes and sports cleats to be donated to Micro-Entrepreneurs, an organization that creates a path out of poverty by establishing … more
In the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome was still able to host 24,134 visitors during its 2020 season. Although locally, that number represents a decrease in … more
PENSACOLA, Fla. — Michael Davies, 25, of Rome, has recently completed his training and was presented with the Eagle, Globe and Anchor, the symbol of the Marines, to show his transformation from a … more
Kellogg Memorials, 1014 W. Dominick St., has been named the Business of the Week by Rome Area Chamber of Commerce. Like many small businesses, Kellogg Memorials has seen its share of struggles over … more
One man was shot in the leg outside the Byrne Dairy on Erie Boulevard East late Wednesday night. The search is on for the shooter. Police said he is a white male who was familiar with the victim. "It … more
BY NICOLE A. HAWLEY Staff writer Robins aren’t the only signs of spring popping up in central New York; for, as surely as our feathered friends arrive it means not only warmer temperatures but also … more
The American Rescue Plan opens more funding opportunities for businesses, organizations, and workers who have been adversely affected by the pandemic, and local business leaders said they hope local … more
The Toccolana Club, 1412 E. Dominick St., is in the preliminary stages of looking into hosting the World Series of Bocce in 2021. While the size and scope of the event is yet to be determined, it … more
Rome is requesting expressions of interest from all interested non-profit organizations who are actively and currently working on addressing the health, welfare and well-being of the community by … more
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