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Work on the future site for Cold Point Corp. — a manufacturer of replacement water source heat pump units — has been heating up, with crews putting up the structure’s framing as well as … more
LATHAM — Mathew Cole, of Rome, is one of eight recently promoted airmen, according to an announcement by the New York Air National Guard’s 224th Air Defense Group (ADG). The promotions, the … more
Grievance Day for the City of Rome will be held Tues., Aug. 4. Residents who wish to contest the assessment on their property must submit a Complaint on Real Property Assessment Form (RP-524) by 4:30 … more
The Lake Delta Kiwanis Club presented its 2020 Kerin-Walker Award to Liesl Froschauer, daughter of Greg and Aurelia Froschauer, during a ceremony at the club’s weekly meeting on Tues., July 21. The … more
LATHAM — The New York Air National Guard’s 224th Air Defense Group (ADG) has announced the promotion of Bernard Jowers, of Rome, to senior master sergeant. Jowers is the Security Forces … more
UTICA — Oneida County saw two new positive cases confirmed over the weekend, bringing to 1,972 the total of positive cases since the pandemic arrived locally in mid-March. There were no new … more
Nora’s Candy Shop, 321 N. Doxtator St., has been named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce’s Member of the Week, according to an announcement by chamber officials on Thursday.   Nora’s Candy … more
Griffiss International Airport is getting a federal grant of nearly $4.5 million for the final phase of resurfacing its massive 11,000-foot-long runway in Rome, according to an announcement on … more
The Staffworks Fund has awarded a grant for $2,500 to the R-CATS Program to help fund costs to spay/neuter and vaccinate homeless cats in Rome. The R-CATS Program has seen its donations all but come … more
Actions approved in city government meetings this week are clearing the path for future improvement projects. In a move approved at Thursday morning’s Board of Estimate and Contract meeting, the … more
Protection of jobs at Rome installations and financial support for research and manufacturing are part of the defense authorization act passed by the House of Representatives, Congressman Anthony … more
A resolution up for consideration at Wednesday night’s Rome Common Council meeting would allow the city to enter into an agreement with the state Office of General Services regarding the purchase … more
The COVID-19 pandemic’s ripple effect has delayed the start of work by an aircraft maintenance and overhaul company coming to county-owned Griffiss International Airport in Rome, but its owner says … more
Honor America Days may have been canceled but the Smith Post American Legion’s annual crowd pleasing chicken barbecue will still go on, according to an announcement by event organizers at the post. … more
On Dec. 8, 1928, a Rome Daily Sentinel report noted that the marquee at the then-soon-to-be-opened Capitol Theatre had a total of 2,240 bulbs.  The theater opened its … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce is lauding IWG Owl Wire, naming the Rome manufacturer, located at 220 S. Madison St., as its Member of the Week.  Originally founded as a family business in 1954, … more
The Clothing Closet, located in the First Baptist Church at the corner of North George and West Embargo streets, has reopened to qualified clients. The Clothing Closet will be open on Thursday, from … more
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