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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
It was an event meant to renew the peace and love vibes of its namesake that would instead come to a fiery, rioting end and become infamously known as “The day the music died.” Woodstock ‘99 … more
A plea for state legislators to suspend the no eviction moratorium established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic was discussed by city officials during the July 14 Common Council meeting. Gov. … more
The Innovare Advancement Center officially opened on Thursday with day of events from a morning ribbon cutting ceremony to an afternoon Invest NY program focused on entrepreneurs in aerospace and … more
A negative declaration on a Site Environmental Quality Review for the first phase of a subdivision at Woodhaven Redevelopment Area was granted, while other reviews were tabled for several area … more
The grand re-opening of the historic Rome Capitol Theatre on Saturday, July 17, will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will include a re-creation of a film show that played at the theater the week after its … more
From entering her own healthy lifestyle journey to owning and operating her own business, Stacy Catalano is in the process of opening her first franchise — Bowl Boss — at Air City Lofts, located … more
The Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc. is sponsoring the Community Clue Quest taking place from Tuesday, July 6, through Aug. 28, in conjunction with the Rome Art and Community Center (RACC) Summer … more
Children throughout the city will have the opportunity to swim, splash and cool off this summer with the re-opening of three pools Monday in cooperation with Rome Family YMCA. Kids can swim fee free … more
Freedom isn’t free and it’s best remembered by honoring those that sacrificed for it — especially on our nation’s birthday. Rome Rotary Club, in partnership with Rome Historical Society, held … more
Fans of grande caramel latte macchiato rejoice — your drink of choice may be just around the corner. A proposed Starbucks Coffee Shop, which would be located at the Mohawk Acres Plaza, 1790 Black … more
Rome Rotary Club, in partnership with Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St., will hold its Independence Day Observance at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 4, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers of the American … more
Rome Capitol Theatre, 230 W. Dominick St., will re-open the historic theater to the public after major renovations on Saturday, July 17. The interior restoration of the 1928 building is expected to … more
Bonacio Construction held a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday to celebrate the completed Phase 1 of Air City Lofts, a new mixed-use apartment community at Griffiss Business and Technology Park on the … more
With Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's recent announcement to start loosening COVID-19 restrictions, city officials and representatives of Rome Rotary Club are bringing back the Honor America Days celebration … more
Rome Capitol Theatre’s Assistant Director of Operations Julie Whittemore is about to embark on a new chapter. While recently noticing the hustle and bustle that was beginning to build downtown with … more
Common Council members unanimously approved legislation that would create a committee to oversee what programs and developments would receive assistance from a federal $12 million coronavirus relief … more
There is one acronym that explains why Rosalind Passley is still here today. And that is FAST: Facial drooping; Arm weakness, Speech difficulties and Time — the American Heart Association’s … more
Orgill is nearly off and running at the Griffiss Business and Technology Park — preparing to open its massive overhead doors for business at its distribution center ahead of schedule, according to … more
Reconsideration for accepting a grant presented to the city for coronavirus state and local fiscal recovery is among the agenda items to be discussed at the next Common Council meeting to be held at … more
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