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At Wednesday night’s Rome Common Council meeting, city officials reacted to an incident of racism reported to police last weekend. Police said a Nazi swastika, racial slurs and more were written on … more
The Rome Hospital Foundation’s Board of Directors has appointed Chester DiBari III as the agency’s new executive director. “This is an exciting time to join the Rome Hospital Foundation,” … more
A regular Rome Common Council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9. Agenda items up for consideration include a measure that would place “no parking signs” on the 300 block of … more
As nursing homes continue to make headlines during the coronavirus pandemic, one woman says that the attention is unwarranted regarding patient care levels at one local facility. Candace Russell … more
On Saturday, participants in a second planned demonstration at the 801 North James St. seated The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing facility. The first protest was held in early August after resident … more
From Monday, Sept. 14 to Monday, Sept. 28, Rome’s Water and Sewer Department will be flushing hydrants as part of a routine maintenance program. “Hydrant flushing is necessary to ensure that the … more
The show — make that the spooky, scary and generally frightening Halloween show — will go on. With fresh approval from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office, the haunted attraction — run by Cayo … more
Due to the Labor Day holiday, the week of Sept. 7, the City of Rome green waste curbside collection schedule will be the same day as your trash collection. The trash collection schedule will not be … more
A second planned demonstration at the 160-bed The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing facility at 801 N. James St. will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday amid growing numbers of allegations statewide against … more
The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation has been selected as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program for September. The Hannaford Helps Reusable Bag Program, which launched in April … more
Live flights and testing of components are scheduled to begin this month at the unmanned aircraft test site in Rome in the second phase of a federal program to develop a high-density air traffic … more
Food $en$e is back! Registration for the September Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will be held at First United Methodist Church in Rome, the First Baptist Church in … more
In a push to recruit, hire, train and fund more community police in communities nationwide, Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22, Utica, is calling for a plan to double the federal funding for the … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has honored DiCastro’s Brick Oven Restaurant, 615 Erie Blvd. W., and owners Jim and Lisa DiCastro, by naming the eatery as its Member of the Week. The Member of … more
Andrew L. Drozd, of Rome, received a doctoral degree from the Ralph C. Wilson School of Education at St. John Fisher College on Monday, Aug. 24. Drozd fulfilled all of the required course work for … more
As the City of Rome moves through its budget process for 2021, officials are keeping an eye on sales tax revenues as well as county and state funding revenue streams typically available to them but … more
A five-year lease agreement between Centro and the city for the new bus shelter constructed at 207 West Liberty St. has been approved at city government meetings this week. The agreement allows … more
Rome Art & Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., is joining Rome Rotary Club and Rome Elks Lodge in presenting Family Fun Day to chase away the summertime stay-at-home blues from 9-11 a.m. … more
Rome Sentinel Company’s advertising department received two New York Press Association and New York Newspaper Advertising and Marketing Executives awards for 2019. This past week the NYPA and … more
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