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Opportunities for the public to comment on the first draft of Police Chief Kevin C. Beach’s proposed police reform plan was discussed during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting held via audio … more
Rome Historical Society will present, “The Cooper’s Trade,” with Bob Allers, a virtual program at, at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17. A cooper is someone trained to … more
The Zion Episcopal Church, 140 W. Liberty St., will hold a series of community dinners open to the public, one each month from February through April. The first meal, Chicken Taco Casserole and a … more
Rome Art & Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., has appointed Jason Tockey as its new executive director. Tockey started in his new position in November, having had previous experience in the … more
DELTA LAKE — Delta Lake Inn, 8524 Fish Hatchery Road, has been named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Week. Since 2009, Delta Lake Inn has served friends and family in Rome and … more
City applications for two state Department of Environmental Conservation grants in the amount of $2.5 million total, and an application for a $1 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management … more
Like any good spocker when faced with an obstacle in its way, the Toccolana Club, 1412 E. Dominick St., is back, reopening this morning after closing for more than a month due to the coronavirus … more
The end of 2020 marked an important milestone for ANDRO Computational Solutions of Rome, the culmination of a 3-year, $7 million effort funded by the Department of Defense to develop a new solution … more
Rheinhardt and Bray, P.C., elder law attorneys, has been named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Week. “At Rheinhardt & Bray, PC, our mission is to assist people in … more
Despite comments from local residents stating the city already has “too many car washes” and that two additional sites proposed by Hoffman Development Corp. of Albany would be in competition with … more
The city Planning Board tabled motions to approve the State Environmental Quality Review and site plan review for Hoffman Development Corp. of Albany to build a car wash at 1315 Erie Blvd. W., but … more
Rome Art Association will hold its February meeting, including an in-person/virtual Still Life Drawing/Painting Session in the upstairs of Cinema Capitol, 220 W. Dominick St., from 7-9 p.m. … more
The Rome YMCA, 301 W. Bloomfield St., and the Oneida YMCA, 701 Seneca St., will be closed today as a result of the inclement weather. Both facilities are scheduled to reopen on Wednesday. more
Kris-Tech Wire will hold a “Drive-N-Dine” food drive, handing out $100 vouchers to local Rome restaurants in exchange for non-perishable food items to help those in need. The food drive will take … more
Rome Planning Board will hold its next meeting virtually at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, with a State Environmental Quality Review and site plan review planned for discussion for the 1315 Erie Blvd. W. … more
Though it’s been years, Bernie Carr still holds a place in his heart for his old business and the little corner of the city that he, his business and their neighbors made thrive. Carr became a … more
Few need reminders of Jack Frost’s icy grip — with cold, snowy conditions nearly an everyday occurrence in this neck of the woods. But, some can use a refresher, city officials say, when it comes … more
The “lack of government transparency,” particularly within certain departments of city government, was one of the topics of discussion during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting. Bobbie … more
First Ward Councilman John M. Sparace, chair of the Public Safety Committee, reported that he met with Police Chief Kevin C. Beach and Public Safety Commissioner Frank Retrosi Jr. to go over the … more
Rome Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, in Common Council Chambers, second floor of City Hall, 198 N. Washington St., for public comment regarding … more
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