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A resolution up for consideration at an upcoming city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting would move forward a bid process for an asbestos abatement project. Per the resolution, the bids would be … more
LATHAM — Forty-one years after enlisting in the Air Force, Rome resident and New York Air National Guard Chief Master Sergeant Maureen Dooley is hanging up her uniform. Dooley was recognized for … more
At the next regular Rome Common Council meeting to be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 23, a measure will be considered that would extend the time for the presentation of Rome’s 2021 budget to … more
For the second time in two years, Oneida County officials are trying to entice online commerce giant Amazon to Rome, and this time trying to lure Walmart, too. Oneida County Executive Anthony J. … more
Jervis Public Library Director Lisa Matte reports that although the doors are still locked to manage capacity restrictions, the library is still reaching thousands of people per week. Matte reports … more
The Rome Branch NAACP and Capitol Theatre will host a 2020 Census event and outside movie night at the Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St., on Sunday, Sept. 20. The event starts at 7 p.m. For area … more
ANDRO Computational Solutions of Rome has been awarded a $3 million Army Rapid Innovation Fund contract to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) based radio called DEEPLink under its I-ROAM … more
The Rome Twigs, whose volunteer and fundraising efforts support Rome Memorial Hospital, will hold a hospital Gift Shop sidewalk sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19, the organization has … more
HOLLYWOOD, FLA. — Rome native, Shelly Delfin, chief nursing officer at the Memorial Regional Hospital South and Memorial Rehabilitation Institute in Hollywood, Fla., has been named a “Healthcare … more
The Rome Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2266, 315 N. Washington St., will hold an open house for Vietnam War Veterans, POW-MIA, on Sunday, Sept. 20, from 1 to 5 p.m., the organization has … more
LEE — The Waterman Family has been reunited with its 4-year-old labradoodle, Tia. The dog is a beloved pet — especially by 13-year-old twins Andrew and William — and has been a constant … more
As she did on the first day of classes a year ago, Rome Catholic School (RCS) Principal Nancy Wilson stood just outside an entrance to the 800 Cypress St. building around 7:30 this morning, greeting … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has received $10,000 in financial support from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield to support the chamber's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant funding will be … more
In an open house on Friday, ongoing work on a mixed use housing project — Air City Lofts — was unveiled. Seated on the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, the units — with rents ranging … more
The 14-year-old boy recently charged with a mugging at the old Fort Stanwix Elementary School is now facing additional robbery charges from several other similar incidents, according to law … more
The Capitol Theatre at 220 West Dominick St. has received a $2,795 grant from the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation of Syracuse to purchase and install a new sound board for use in its live musical, … more
As of this morning, a police investigation continues into a weekend incident that involved racist graffiti found on a rented U-Haul truck parked outside a residence on First Street. Police said a … more
Friday morning, Rome city officials converged on the city’s Police and Firemen’s Memorial Park across from the Central Fire Station on Black River Boulevard for a 9/11 memorial service. This … more
Rome stands to get $296,621 in federal community development aid under a CARES Act allocation plan recently negotiated, federal lawmakers announced. The money is the third allocation of funds under … more
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