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BY NICOLE A. HAWLEY Staff writer Known for her infectious smile and generous spirit, especially for her students, Nikki L. DeBlasiis is being remembered today with a special Bocce Tournament to be … more
After several minutes of discussion, Rome Common Council voted unanimously to amend Chapter 70 of the city ordinance to regulate the illegal operation of off-road vehicles within city limits during … more
Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Family Dollar Services, Inc. as its Member of the Week. Family Dollar, a Dollar Tree, Inc. brand, has operated its Rome Distribution Center since 2006. The … more
Resolutions authorizing reimbursement to three property owners for damage incurred to their properties were unanimously approved at Thursday’s city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting at City … more
The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation’s 6th Annual Golf Tournament held Aug. 7 at Rome Country Club raised more than $10,000 to assist cancer patients in Central New York. The top team for the … more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will host a modified Recycling Day event on Wednesday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the library parking lot. During the drive-thru event, community … more
The DeBlasiis family will host the Nikki L. DeBlasiis Foundation memorial scholarship bocce tournament on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 13 and 14, at the Toccolana Club, 1412 E. Dominick St. With the … more
Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St., is putting a call out to community members willing to share their memories of Griffiss Air Force Base and current Griffiss Business and Technology Park in a … more
An amendment to the city Code of Ordinances to regulate the illegal operation of off-road vehicles within the city is on the agenda for tonight’s Common Council meeting to be held at 7 p.m. in … more
The Roman-Hatheway Masonic Lodge #223 has awarded its New York State Masonic Grand Lodge Certificate of Appreciation for Excellence in Service to the Community to Rome Police Chief Kevin C. Beach, … more
The Rome Historical Society will present Local Cellular Networks a virtual program at Facebook.com/romehistorical at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 18. Greeley Ford, of AT&T, will present on the … more
After considered by doctors as being among some of the most uniquely severe COVID-19 cases, a Rome woman feels fortunate to once again be among family, friends and neighbors. After eight months of … more
Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Davidson’s Chevrolet as its Member of the Week. The Davidson family has been involved in local business and their local communities for more than 50 … more
“Now that’s Italian!” When the Ciotti family gets together, it’s about being big, loud, fun, silly, honoring old memories, making new and of course, plenty of food. Kim Luczak, a … more
Richard Ball, the New York State commissioner of agriculture and markets, will be at Wagner Farms, 5841 Old Oneida Road, on Tuesday, Aug. 10, to cut the ribbon (bailing twine) on the farm’s newest … more
A variance on the percentage of transparency of the windows planned for the 1,988 square-foot Starbucks coffee shop building, proposed in the parking lot of the Mohawk Acres Shopping Center at 1790 … more
A retired Rome attorney — and his neighbors — has won their case. J. Kevin O’Shea, 6384 Ironwood Drive, as well as several members from the community, made their arguments against a 31-acre … more
A negative declaration on the Site Environmental Quality Review requested by Turin Road Solar, LLC to build a solar array off Ironwood Drive was unanimously approved by the city Planning Board during … more
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