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Though it’s been years, Bernie Carr still holds a place in his heart for his old business and the little corner of the city that he, his business and their neighbors made thrive. Carr became a … more
Few need reminders of Jack Frost’s icy grip — with cold, snowy conditions nearly an everyday occurrence in this neck of the woods. But, some can use a refresher, city officials say, when it comes … more
The “lack of government transparency,” particularly within certain departments of city government, was one of the topics of discussion during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting. Bobbie … more
First Ward Councilman John M. Sparace, chair of the Public Safety Committee, reported that he met with Police Chief Kevin C. Beach and Public Safety Commissioner Frank Retrosi Jr. to go over the … more
Rome Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, in Common Council Chambers, second floor of City Hall, 198 N. Washington St., for public comment regarding … more
Berkshire Bank, of Pittsfield, Mass., has petitioned to close its branch office at 100 W. Dominick St., site of the former Rome Savings Bank, and consolidate its operations into the office located at … more
The Rome Lions Club, in collaboration with the Rome Art and Community Center, will collect plastic bags to recycle on Saturday, Jan. 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the circular drive of the RACC, 308 … more
The Rome Democratic Committee is looking for local citizens interested in running for seats on the City Common Council and Oneida County Legislature in this fall’s elections. “We need very much … more
A term that might be bandied about in certain circles in Rome in a few years is “urban air mobility.” But what it is? “Flying taxis,” says Ken Stewart, the new chief executive officer of … more
Interactive Engineering Solutions, P.C., a structural consulting engineering firm located at 1721 Black River Blvd., has been named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce’s Member of the Week. … more
Resolutions are up for consideration at Wednesday’s Rome Common Council meeting considering funding agreements for several community organizations. Separate resolutions will be considered for … more
A Wednesday night virtual live program hosted by the Rome Historical Society — another installment of its monthly “Third Wednesday” series — provided a glimpse of how Griffiss Business and … more
The Rome Rotary Club is joining the New Hartford Club in the shoe drive to support Micro Enterprises in developing countries, according to an announcement by Rome club officials on Tuesday. In … more
Price Chopper/Market 32 raised more than $73,500 in donations raised during a campaign for The Salvation Army in December 2020, across all store locations. During the campaign the grocery chain made … more
The demolition of a limestone building on Erie Boulevard to make way for a car wash will be the topic of discussion during an upcoming Wednesday, Feb. 3, public hearing to be conducted by the city … more
When it comes to juggling school, work and play, families look to the YMCA for support and solutions. “We continue to strive to meet the needs of our families and the community,” said Regional … more
ANDRO Computational Solutions has been awarded a $1.1 million research contract by the Navy to develop a new unmanned aerial system technology that can automatically adapt to dynamic mission … more
The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. service program by the Rome branch of the NAACP will be held virtually at 10 a.m. on Monday, which is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The service program to honor … more
The Rome Hospital Foundation has announced the election of Ann Pohl to serve a 3-year term on the agency’s Board of Directors and has also announced the installation of its executive officers for … more
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