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NUAIR has established two new positions to facilitate rapid business growth and advancement of New York’s 50-Mile Drone Corridor. NUAIR welcomes John Gustafson as its director of corridor … more
There were 43 COVID-19-related deaths across the state on Monday, and on Tuesday, New York's seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 4.19%, according to a release from Gov. Kathy … more
Rome Capitol Theatre, without a marquee since 1977, will have a newly fabricated marquee installed on the facade of the building, with work beginning today. A project that has been in the works since … more
In what started as a lesson on giving, has turned into a way for two young Rome girls and their friends to help little boys and girls in their community celebrate the holidays with a special new toy. … more
Bremer Hearing & Audiology, PLLC, 1300 Floyd Ave., No. 2, was named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Member of the Week. Richard and Marilyn Bremer started the Hearing Aid Service of Utica in … more
Plans and designs for making the Erie Boulevard West Freedom Plaza corridor a safer, more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly area were presented during a special meeting held at the Capitol Theatre … more
SCHENECTADY — With the regulatory review process complete and approval from the Federal Trade Commission received, Price Chopper/Market 32 and Tops Markets have closed their merger as proposed … more
Tabled legislation concerning the creation of the new Heritage District-Erie Canal Zone on Rome-New London Road and issuing a negative declaration on the district’s Site Environmental Quality … more
“He will always be with us.” Nicholas Iannotti was only 18-years-old when he was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a bone cancer known more commonly to strike young boys and girls. He fought two … more
Skaters at Skate-A-While-Longer, 220 Ridge St., can have peace of mind that the good times will continue to roll, with the business going into new ownership. It was in 1977 that Gene S. Tamburino’s … more
A new, state-of-the-art quantum science laboratory at Innovare Advancement Center (IAC) now bears the name of the man who drove its creation.    The Colonel Timothy J. Lawrence Quantum … more
Rome Common Council adopted a $45.7 million city spending plan for 2022 during its regular meeting held in Council Chambers of City Hall Wednesday, which included only a cut of approximately $3,000 … more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, located in the Rome Arts District at 236 W. Dominick St., hosted a grand opening celebration last week. Jason Tokey, executive director of Rome Art & Community … more
The Common Council will consider authorizing a State and Municipal Facilities Program (SAM) grant award for Rome Police Department to be used toward the purchase of body cameras at its next regular … more
A Rome-based startup subsidiary is aiming to improve the quality of life for individuals suffering from chronic back injuries and has received a patent for its spinal medical device. AcceliPHI, LLC … more
The acquisition of body cameras was the main topic of discussion when Police Chief Kevin C. Beach met before councilors for his annual budget hearing at City Hall on Wednesday. City administrators … more
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