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Rome Memorial Hospital has reopened its COVID-19 ward as the number of cases of the coronavirus disease steadily increase, but this time it is with eight months of experience and more medical tools … more
A proposed solar project on the agenda for the 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.1, city planning board meeting, is potentially up for some action Currently, the 4.3 megawatt solar project proposal for 6948 … more
Changes are coming to the family-owned Rome Sentinel Company. Saturday, Nov. 28, will be the last Daily Sentinel printed at the Rome Sentinel Co. office on 333 W. Dominick St. Starting with the … more
REMSEN — In early 2019, Rachael Hurlburt was looking forward to the last two months of her pregnancy. At 32 weeks, she was eagerly anticipating a baby shower with family and friends and making … more
Rome Rescue Mission was in need of 1,000 turkeys for the upcoming holidays, so Romans and local business owners David Rizio and Joseph Calandra decided to start a local effort to help out those in … more
The 2021 Rome city budget was adopted with few changes during a special meeting Wednesday night. The $44.9 million budget carries no property tax increase for the fourth year in a row. The plan does … more
First United Methodist Church, 400 N. George St., has temporarily suspended their Food $en$e program. Participants who have placed orders for November can still pick-up their food at the church … more
Jervis Public Library has announced donations received during the third quarter of 2020. The Board of Trustees notes that the library is a non-profit educational institution, and tax-deductible … more
Eggan Excavating & Equipment has been named member of the week by the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce. “In 1959, John D. Eggan, Jr. started a small excavating company that would come to be known … more
A special meeting of the Rome Common Council is slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18. The lone agenda item is approval of the 2021 city budget. Those wishing to listen to the meeting by telephone may … more
A virtual Business Roundtable including a discussion of COVID-19 impacts will be Nov. 18 at noon and presented by the Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley, according to an announcement. Among guests … more
Organizers are hoping that a joint community service project between the Rome Rotary Club and the Zonta Club will have enough legs to help those in need in the community. The program — “Blue … more
One person spoke during a Wednesday night public hearing regarding the proposed 2021 city budget. Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo has proposed a $44.9 million budget plan for the coming year. The plan … more
A pair of power outages this morning has left some 1,200 National Grid customers in west Rome without power and is forcing the Rome City School District to send students at Strough Middle School on … more
First Source Federal Credit Union and its employees are coming to the aid of several local service organizations as part of this year’s United Way Emerging Leaders Hygiene Drive. First Source … more
With the coronavirus pandemic now more a fact of life than an anomaly, the Salvation Army of Rome is analyzing the impact economic shutdowns will have on its winter holiday campaign, said Capt. … more
A traditional ceremony held every year on Veterans Day is canceled this year due to coronavirus pandemic social distancing restrictions, officials say. “The annual ceremony in Veterans Park will … more
Eddie’s Paramount Diner has taken to Facebook to announce that it is closing for one week as a precaution for the safety of workers and patrons. “Due to the increased number of COVID cases in our … more
Starting today, an overhead traffic control device at the intersection of North George and West Liberty Street will be temporarily replaced with four-way stop signs as work proceeds on the … more
Sign-ups are now open for families who wish to receive free toys for their children this Christmas, according to an announcement by the Rome Rescue Mission. Families who live in Rome with children … more
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