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Area variances for the demolition of the existing building and construction of a new 7,700 square-foot tire and auto repair center at 310 E. Chestnut St. were approved by the city Zoning Board of … more
A pair of key housing projects are continuing to work their way through the city’s Planning Board with hundreds of potential new homes in the offing. The board, which met Tuesday night, approved a … more
“What’s most important is that we are still willing to embrace our history and celebrate it.” Those were among the remarks made by Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo Tuesday morning as she and other … more
Rome is slated to receive $12.07 million in federal COVID recovery monies, and Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo said Monday the city must first determine its loss revenue during the pandemic before other … more
Over the years, there have been calls and social media complaints logged concerning various “message” signs in the city. Among the most recent complaints, was for a sign in a west Rome yard that … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sens. Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand on Friday announced that the Griffiss International Airport will receive just over $2.1 million in federal funding for … more
In a joint announcement Thursday, Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri officially reopened their respective city halls as well as senior centers, beginning Tuesday, June 1. The … more
Following a meeting between Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and board members of the Toccolana Club Tuesday evening, officials have decided to cancel this year’s World Series of Bocce event. Izzo said she … more
The Air Force has completed its Relative Risk Site Evaluation of possible groundwater contaminants for the former Griffiss Air Force Base to support environmental restoration work. BRAC Environmental … more
By Jolene CleaverStaff writer The Colonial Pipeline shutdown due to ransomware is having a major impact along much of the East Coast. Its impacts are being felt not just by consumers, seeing higher … more
A public hearing on the sale of a portion of property formerly known as Wright Park Manor and Woodhaven will be held at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, May 12, immediately preceding the 7 p.m. Common Council … more
Work on Phase I and II of the Mohawk River Trail continues to progress, with the acceptance of a use and occupancy permit for the second phase of the project. Rome Common Council voted to accept the … more
As the warmer days of summer approach, pool owners may have to pay more for maintenance this year due to a shortage in chlorine tablets. According to national reports, a fire at a chemical plant … more
Concerns over progress in the Rome Police Department obtaining body cameras as well as issues about a lack of follow-up for complaint and arrest cases were questions raised during the public comment … more
One of the city’s key projects in its Downtown Revitalization Initiative received a significant boost on Wednesday with the state announcing that it has awarded $4.6 million to Rome for … more
There’s a new original eatery coming to town that promises to be like no other, and it’s part of the latest development efforts at Griffiss Business and Technology Park. Crust Kitchen & Bar, … more
During Wednesday’s Common Council meeting, councilors weighed in on rumors that the city is trying to prevent the Erie Canal Village from opening. Third Ward Councilor Kimberly Rogers said several … more
Shane Ramnarine, owner of Central New York Precision Welding in Rome and his crew, performed dustless blasting paint stripping on the UH-1 Huey Helicopter for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial located at … more
When Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed cannabis legislation into law on March 31, making recreational marijuana legal for adults in New York — it gave cities, towns and villages the option of opting-out … more
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