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M.A. Polce Consulting Inc., an information technology and cybersecurity consulting firm, has been named to the 2020 Top 250 “MSSP Alert” list published by After Nines Inc., according to a … more
With the fall season in full gear, here’s what’s going on at the Rome Art and Community Center: • This month, the Rome Art and Community Center has been selected by local Hannaford store … more
Because of the Columbus Day Holiday on Monday, Oct. 12, the City of Rome Department of Public Works’ green waste curbside collection schedule will be altered next week. Green waste pickup will be … more
Facing new challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wednesday Morning Club welcomed its members to a new year of programming via teleconferencing. By working together with presenters and … more
With social distancing challenges still in place due to COVID-19, those looking to fundraise for area civic projects are tasked with a variety of challenges. For a group of local women hosting a bake … more
The Capitol Arts Complex, 220 W. Dominick St., typically presents over 1,400 events per year; however, this has changed dramatically since theCOVID-19 pandemic forced the nonprofit arts organization … more
On the heels of celebrating 100 years of service in 2019 in the community, the Rome Rotary is looking to the future of its service projects and looking for new members at a time when the country is … more
The R-CATS program, which helps vaccinate and control the population of homeless cats in Rome, will host its annual SpayGhetti Dinner on Sunday, Oct. 11, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Stanwix … more
The Frank J. Steczko Post, 302 S. James St., will hold its membership meeting on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will feature the nomination and election of officers, according to the … more
Now through the end of the year, visitors to the online schedule for the J.F. Kennedy Civic Arena — also known as Kennedy Arena — may notice the calendar is scant. There’s a November scrimmage … more
The Ramblin Inn on North James Street was shuttered Saturday following several complaints received about the bar not complying with executive orders concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. Rome Police Lt. … more
The New York State Association for Affordable Housing recently called on state leaders to prioritize the development and preservation of affordable housing with sustained funding for the state’s … more
At an East Linden Street community meeting Wednesday night, a few dozen area residents met to discuss concerns surrounding development of the former Fort Stanwix Elementary School at 110 Linden St. … more
On the heels of an arrest announced Wednesday in a recent racist graffiti case on First Street, the victim spoke at Wednesday night’s Rome Common Council meeting. A First Street man now faces a … more
The city will enter into an agreement with the Homeownership Center to provide mortgage relief services for at risk homeowners, after the passage of a resolution at Thursday morning’s Board of … more
After a Nazi swastika, the "N-word" and other hateful language was written on the side of a black woman's rented U-Haul truck earlier this month on First Street, Rome Police said they have charged … more
Residents at the Rome Memorial Hospital’s Residential Health Care Facility will get to enjoy the sunny skies and refreshing autumn air in a gazebo — in honor of a local man who passed away in … more
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