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The Rome Twigs, whose volunteer and fundraising efforts support Rome Memorial Hospital, will hold a hospital Gift Shop sidewalk sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19, the organization has … more
HOLLYWOOD, FLA. — Rome native, Shelly Delfin, chief nursing officer at the Memorial Regional Hospital South and Memorial Rehabilitation Institute in Hollywood, Fla., has been named a “Healthcare … more
The Rome Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2266, 315 N. Washington St., will hold an open house for Vietnam War Veterans, POW-MIA, on Sunday, Sept. 20, from 1 to 5 p.m., the organization has … more
LEE — The Waterman Family has been reunited with its 4-year-old labradoodle, Tia. The dog is a beloved pet — especially by 13-year-old twins Andrew and William — and has been a constant … more
As she did on the first day of classes a year ago, Rome Catholic School (RCS) Principal Nancy Wilson stood just outside an entrance to the 800 Cypress St. building around 7:30 this morning, greeting … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has received $10,000 in financial support from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield to support the chamber's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant funding will be … more
In an open house on Friday, ongoing work on a mixed use housing project — Air City Lofts — was unveiled. Seated on the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, the units — with rents ranging … more
The 14-year-old boy recently charged with a mugging at the old Fort Stanwix Elementary School is now facing additional robbery charges from several other similar incidents, according to law … more
The Capitol Theatre at 220 West Dominick St. has received a $2,795 grant from the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation of Syracuse to purchase and install a new sound board for use in its live musical, … more
As of this morning, a police investigation continues into a weekend incident that involved racist graffiti found on a rented U-Haul truck parked outside a residence on First Street. Police said a … more
Friday morning, Rome city officials converged on the city’s Police and Firemen’s Memorial Park across from the Central Fire Station on Black River Boulevard for a 9/11 memorial service. This … more
Rome stands to get $296,621 in federal community development aid under a CARES Act allocation plan recently negotiated, federal lawmakers announced. The money is the third allocation of funds under … more
At Wednesday night’s Rome Common Council meeting, city officials reacted to an incident of racism reported to police last weekend. Police said a Nazi swastika, racial slurs and more were written on … more
The Rome Hospital Foundation’s Board of Directors has appointed Chester DiBari III as the agency’s new executive director. “This is an exciting time to join the Rome Hospital Foundation,” … more
A regular Rome Common Council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9. Agenda items up for consideration include a measure that would place “no parking signs” on the 300 block of … more
As nursing homes continue to make headlines during the coronavirus pandemic, one woman says that the attention is unwarranted regarding patient care levels at one local facility. Candace Russell … more
On Saturday, participants in a second planned demonstration at the 801 North James St. seated The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing facility. The first protest was held in early August after resident … more
From Monday, Sept. 14 to Monday, Sept. 28, Rome’s Water and Sewer Department will be flushing hydrants as part of a routine maintenance program. “Hydrant flushing is necessary to ensure that the … more
The show — make that the spooky, scary and generally frightening Halloween show — will go on. With fresh approval from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office, the haunted attraction — run by Cayo … more
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