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BY NICOLE A. HAWLEY Staff writer The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on millions of people across the nation and has caused massive damage to the national economy. Its impacts on the local … more
The Kelberman Center Employment Program offers various opportunities for people to obtain meaningful work experiences. Andrew Lovenguth is one of those participants who has not only taken part in the … more
Rome Health has announced that AnneMarie Walker-Czyz, RN, Ed. D., NEA-BC, has been selected as Rome Health’s president and chief executive officer, effective March 1. The announcement was made by … more
From needing input from those in the community feeling under-served by law enforcement and a more detailed plan for responding to mental health situations, to more efforts toward racially diverse … more
Re-opening City Hall to the public was a main topic of discussion during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting held via audio stream. During councilor comments, First Ward Councilor John M. Sparace … more
Wagner Farms. 5841 Old Oneida Road, will present its newest wagon ride this summer, with the wagon being built now and expected to be complete by July in time for event season. What makes the new … more
Rome Rotary is encouraging youth and high school teams to “Bring Out Their Cleats” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27, and also on Saturday, March 20 at several area drop-off locations. … more
St. John’s Lutheran Church, 502 W. Chestnut St., will host an American Red Cross blood drive on Friday, Feb. 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Red Cross says that efforts to maintain lifesaving blood … more
The Rome Art and Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., will hold an open house for its preschool, The Owl & The Silver Moon, on Thursday, March 4, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The Owl & The Silver … more
The city Planning Board will consider the State Environmental Quality Review and site plan review for Hoffman Development Corp. of Albany to build a car wash at 1315 Erie Blvd. W. during its monthly … more
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo reported last week that indoor family entertainment centers, like arcades, laser tag facilities and trampoline parks will be allowed to reopen statewide starting March 26 at 25% … more
ROME — The New York Lottery announced the top-prize winning ticket for TAKE-5 was sold on Sunday, Feb. 21. The ticket, worth $54,202 was purchased at Cliff’s Local Market at 1221 Erie Blvd W. in … more
There will be an opportunity for local residents to comment on the Rome Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Plan Draft at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, during a special session held one hour … more
From methods of coping to just wanting others to “feel happy,” local artists expressed their struggle and endurance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic through paint and photographs in the Rome Art … more
Although COVID-19 concerns made it impossible to hold the Rome Area Hunger Walk in person last year, a virtual walk in October 2020 is providing nourishing relief to many suffering from hunger and … more
CNY Arts, an organization whose mission is to promote, support, and celebrate arts and culture in Central New York, has awarded $9,000 to the Capitol Arts Complex. The grant comes from its COVID-19 … more
The Treasurer’s Office is reminding Rome taxpayers that Friday, Feb. 26, is the last business day to pay the 2021 Oneida County tax. Payments that are postmarked by Sunday, Feb. 28, or which … more
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