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Work on revamping the downtown area of Rome continues, despite widespread economic slowdowns and shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic. At a city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting this week, … more
Officers Tom Medlin and Jeff Buckley of the Rome Police Department recently presented a check to The Kelberman Center in the amount of $4,055. The gift was in support of programs and services for … more
A measure passed at Thursday morning’s city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting, paved the way for more street improvements in the city. The city will contract with Frankfort-based Central … more
Staff Sgt. Edward Pugh has been named the Air National Guard’s Outstanding Honor Guard Member for 2019. A New York Air National Guardsman stationed at the Eastern Air Defense Sector, Pugh is a … more
TOWN OF LEE — For 49 years including the past 48 at its 8580 Turin Road location, the family-owned Salce’s Garden Center has been a seasonal fixture in spring, summer and early fall with such … more
There are no resolutions up for consideration on the agenda for the 7 p.m. Wednesday Rome Common Council meeting, according to an agenda. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Common Council meetings remain … more
WESTERNVILLE — Organizers for Woods Fest Music Festival announced Monday that the third annual festival will not take place on Aug. 8 and 9 due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. The annual … more
Redeemer Church at 129 N. Washington St., in partnership with Compassion Coalition, will host another free community food giveaway at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church. The church will give away … more
An employee of Taco Bell on Erie Boulevard West in Rome has tested positive for hepatitis A and worked while infectious, prompting the Oneida County Health Department to recommend that anyone who had … more
The National Weather Service in Binghamton has issued a hazardous weather outlook this week is for central New York. The outlook, issued Monday by meteorologists, covered most of the region, … more
Friday morning, Susie Tharrett, one of the owners of Papa Rick’s Snack Shack on North James Street, was treated to a surprise after being discharged from Rome Memorial Hospital after a lengthy stay … more
The Rome Family YMCA, 301 W. Bloomfield St., has been named as the Rome Area Chamber of Chamber of Commerce Member of the Week.  The mission of the Rome Family Y is to put Christian principles into … more
With the COVID-19/coronavirus impacting myriad facets of life locally, and across the globe, nonprofit arts institutions are struggling to find ways to reach out to the community, and pay the bills. … more
For those traveling along James and Dominick streets downtown this week, there is something new to see.  Anchored to utility poles along the streets are patriotic-themed, “Keep the Spirit” and … more
A $30 million increase in spending on the Rome Lab and protections against shrinking the workforce at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service are among the priorities for Congressman Anthony … more
Staff Sgt. Gary Gillespie, of Rome, has been named the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s Outstanding Junior Enlisted Airman for 2019, according to an announcement by the New York National … more
ROME — The Rome Branch of the NAACP will host a virtual night of healing called “Bringing People Together Through Faith” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 30. The event will feature prayers and words of … more
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