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On the agenda for the 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, meeting is a collection of beginning of the year business. Among the agenda items is an ordinance that if enacted, would authorize a Payment In Lieu … more
Jacqueline Nelson, one of the state-appointed ambassadors on the state COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Taskforce, received her first dose of Moderna vaccine Friday at Rome Memorial Hospital. Nelson, who is … more
The Rome Rescue Mission has been selected as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program for January 2021. The Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program, which launched in October 2015, is a … more
In the last several months, work on a dialysis center has continued in Freedom Plaza next to the former JCPenney location, according to city officials. The 205 Erie Blvd. West site was home to a … more
The city’s Planning Board will continue its review of a pair of high-profile projects, both of which began seeking approval in 2020, at the board’s first meeting of 2021 which is set for 7 p.m. … more
Nursing home resident Philip Murphy beat COVID twice and wasn’t taking any more chances. He was the first resident vaccinated at Rome Memorial Hospital’s Residential Health Care Facility (RHCF) … more
As a year of the unexpected comes to a close, Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo gave a glimpse of how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the Copper City; what remained the … more
During the last 2020 city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting Wednesday morning, the board approved a handful of year end actions. Among them was a move granting a 60-day extension of excess … more
DETROIT, MICH. — TSgt. Andrew (Drew) Dyal has spent 12 years of service in the Air Force, but Dyal, who is currently stationed at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Information Directorate in … more
A special session of the city’s Board of Estimate and Contract has been called for 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The meeting will be conducted remotely and can be heard using a telephone audio … more
The 2020 Christmas Bird Count was different from others, according to local organizers, but in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the area’s dedicated birders were still able to get out and … more
(Editor’s note: In keeping with a holiday tradition, the Christmas column written by Fritz S. Updike, former Sentinel editor, appears today. Mr. Updike died Dec. 27, 1995.) If we could wave a magic … more
Members of the Rome Memorial Hospital staff and administration began receiving their first doses of COVID-19 vaccinations on Wednesday, an early Christmas present in the continuing effort to overcome … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, announced that included in the government funding legislation is nearly $279 million for Rome Lab. The bill passed both houses of Congress … more
Christmas is an important time for James Mathy — who with a little help from a cast of characters from the North Pole to the Isle of Misfit Toys to Hennepin County, Minn., fictional home of Charlie … more
When it comes to staying healthy and active, Karen Catanzaro of Rome depends on the programs and services at her local Rome Family YMCA at 301 W. Bloomfield St. A member for six years, Catanzaro, age … more
It won’t be winter — officially — until 5:02 a.m. Monday, but the season got a jump start with a nor’easter that slammed coastal states on Wednesday and into the overnight hours. Light flakes … more
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