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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
The public is invited to attend a Free Book Bags Give Away event for students ages 4-18 on Wednesday, Aug. 26, at 4 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 29, from 10 a.m.-noon. The event will be held at the Mount … more
A measure approving a lease agreement between CENTRO and the city for the bus depot at 207 West Liberty St. will be considered at Wednesday’s Rome Common Council meeting. The agreement will remain … more
ALBANY — Wagner Farms, 5841 Old Oneida Road, received some recognition at the end of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s daily coronavirus update, which is emailed to residents across the state on Monday. At … more
The deadline to apply for the Rome Police Department civil service test is Wednesday. The Rome Police are seeking applicants to join the force. The starting salary is $46,301. The exam will take … more
Rome Memorial Hospital has been awarded a $15,000 state grant to help buy and install equipment for telepractice addiction services. The state Office of Addiction Services and Supports granted … more
Baum’s Castorine Co. has been named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce member of the week. Baum’s manufactures industrial lubricants. The company was founded by the Baum family in 1879. The Mowry … more
Held Aug. 1 at Rome Country Club, the Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation Golf Tournament had 17 teams and raised more than $10,000 to assist local cancer patients in financial need. COVID-19 … more
The Rome Branch of the NAACP, through its Religious Affairs Committee, will host a virtual religious Town Hall on Aug. 25 at 7 p.m., according to an NAACP announcement. “Love Thy Neighbor” will … more
Oneida County Tourism is celebrating its 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment — the Women’s Right to Vote — with its 2020 Sunflower Selfie Project. The purpose of this project is to educate … more
Artists from a stained glass installation and restoration studio in New Jersey are hard at work this week restoring the historic stained glass windows of Zion Episcopal Church at 140 W. Liberty St. … more
The Rome Art and Community Center has canceled a pair of major fundraisers — its Haunted Halloween event in October as well as its traditional Holiday House in November. The events, staples of the … more
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