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The Rome Branch of the NAACP, through its Religious Affairs Committee, will host a virtual religious Town Hall on Aug. 25 at 7 p.m., according to an NAACP announcement. “Love Thy Neighbor” will … more
Oneida County Tourism is celebrating its 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment — the Women’s Right to Vote — with its 2020 Sunflower Selfie Project. The purpose of this project is to educate … more
Artists from a stained glass installation and restoration studio in New Jersey are hard at work this week restoring the historic stained glass windows of Zion Episcopal Church at 140 W. Liberty St. … more
The Rome Art and Community Center has canceled a pair of major fundraisers — its Haunted Halloween event in October as well as its traditional Holiday House in November. The events, staples of the … more
The Zonta Club of Rome will hold an estate/garage sale fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 21, and Saturday, Aug. 22, at 1605 N. George St. Rain dates for the event are Friday, Aug. 28, … more
The City of Rome’s Business Assistance Fund, a Downtown Revitalization Initiative priority project, is awarding funds from Round 2 Phase 1 to help facilitate two new businesses set up shop in … more
ANDRO Computational Solutions has been granted a patent for its HELPER technology by the federal Patent and Trademark Office. HELPER stands for Heterogeneous Efficient Low Power Radio and is used … more
Old pictures found in boxes in the attic of a city home have led a family to reconnect with their past and current relatives. When Cathy Dowling DeHimer — who lives in western New York — … more
When the New York State Department of Health began to allow families to visit with relatives in nursing homes amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the staff of Rome Memorial Hospital’s Residential … more
For more than 35 years, area residents have been able to receive expert dental care from Dr. Mitchell Wilbert, DDS, the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce said as it announced the local dentist and his … more
It was about 12 years ago that the Rev. Samuel Pendergrast met with the First Presbyterian Church of Rome Search Committee at Teddy’s Restaurant to be interviewed for the job of full-time pastor. … more
This week, a team of archaeologists are sifting and careful digging through soil at a spot in Rome off Route 46 near the former Erie Canal Village that may shed more light on area history leading up … more
A water supply agreement between the city and town of Lee for the supply of water to portions of the town has been extended through resolutions passed by the city government this week. The five-year … more
What would have been the 8th Annual Francis J. Bellamy Community Awards Breakfast, originally planned for Friday, Aug. 28, to commemorate the 89th anniversary of the death of the Pledge of Allegience … more
Approximately 150 projects by area 4-H members will be on display on Friday, Aug. 14 through Tuesday, Aug. 18, at the Peterpaul Recreational Park, 5615 Rome-New London Road. The display will be open … more
After a Tuesday night city planning board meeting, the status of some current building projects will be carried on to the next meeting agenda. • Picking up an issue discussed at a previous planning … more
A skunk found in Rome earlier this week tested positive for rabies, causing an adult who was exposed to it to under go post-exposure prophylaxis treatment, the Oneida County Health Department … more
Each Thursday at noon, since March 19, the Rev. Samuel Pendergrast, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church on West Court Street, has been tolling the church bells a total of 19 times for the victims … more
The Rome Common Council will meet tonight at 7. Among agenda items, is a measure allowing the city to enter into an agreement with the First Presbyterian Church for the use of parking lots to fulfill … more
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