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Buck Construction, LLC of Whitesboro has withdrawn its application from the city Planning Board to build a 50-lot first phase of a 69-lot total major subdivision located off Charles Anken Boulevard … more
While the coronavirus scuttled plans for the 2020 Rotary Canalfest — along with just about every other event in and around the region — event organizers, city officials and those who simply enjoy … more
Raulli’s Iron Works, 133 Mill St., was named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Member of the Week. Raulli’s Iron Works is a small, local, family-run business with genuine concern for their … more
A Site Environmental Quality Review, site plan review and preliminary plat review that were tabled last month for Turin Road Solar, LLC, for a proposed two-lot subdivision off Ironwood Drive for … more
Rome Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a pre-meeting followed by a public hearing starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the caucus room and Common Council Chambers of City Hall on the special use variance … more
The New York Wing of the Civil Air Patrol conducted large-scale disaster relief training exercising on Saturday, testing their capabilities and ensuring they’re ready should they be called to … more
The book sale at Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will be back, after a one-year hiatus because of COVID-19 concerts in 2020. Library officials announced the return of the Annual Book … more
Officials with the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce and the city of Rome — along with a full array of sponsors — are hailing the return of the annual Honor America Days concert and fireworks … more
A senior community for ages 55-plus, with resources available for home and community-based services is planned for Nascentia Health’s new campus to be located at the former Beeches Inn and … more
SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper/Market 32 has issued a voluntary recall on PICS brand Grab and Go Coleslaw with UPC 2 07177 00000 sold only in the seafood department. (This does not affect coleslaw … more
Updates on legislation meant to deem Erie Canal Village property as an “historic district” so that it may reopen as a museum and tourist destination was discussed during Wednesday’s Common … more
“All roads lead to Rome.” In an address to company and local officials, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul shared the history of Rome and Griffiss Air Force base in order to recognize the growth and new life … more
New York State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-I-C-Rome, is inviting the public to join him at Copperccino’s, 254 W. Dominick St. in Rome, on Thursday, July 29, for his latest “Joe Time” coffee shop … more
Rome Historical Society is currently working with city officials and owner Richard Rios in recovering artifacts still being stored at the Erie Canal Village. Rios said meetings with city officials … more
After more than a year of shutdowns and the cancellation of special summertime events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rome will present its renowned Honor America Days Pops Concert on the grounds of … more
Four different resolutions that would authorize Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo to apply for a 2021 consolidated funding application for major city projects will be before the Common Council during its next … more
Trusted AI at Scale, an Artificial Intelligence event presented by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Innovare Advancement Center, will occur virtually July 26-28. The event is free and … more
Learning about Rome and meeting the needs of the community are goals Lieutenants Scott and Tabitha Swires have taken head-on as the newly named co-commanding officers of Rome Salvation Army, 410 W. … more
Just as the Phoenix, a mythical beast that returns from the ashes; so too is a city website, Rome Rises, making its return. City Marketing and Events Coordinator Sarah Lokker said the website is a … more
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