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For the past 18 months, the owners of the Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo, 5135 Rome-New London Road, have been doing everything they can to weather the pandemic; now, they are trying to stay afloat after … more
Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, has congratulated Rome Lab’s designation as the Quantum Information Science Research Center for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force, an exciting new … more
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
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
“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
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
Buck Construction, LLC of Whitesboro has withdrawn its application from the city Planning Board to build a 50-lot first phase of a 69-lot total major subdivision located off Charles Anken Boulevard … more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
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
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
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
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
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
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