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Rome Health has announced that AnneMarie Walker-Czyz, RN, Ed. D., NEA-BC, has been selected as Rome Health’s president and chief executive officer, effective March 1. The announcement was made by … more
From needing input from those in the community feeling under-served by law enforcement and a more detailed plan for responding to mental health situations, to more efforts toward racially diverse … more
Opportunities for the public to comment on the first draft of Police Chief Kevin C. Beach’s proposed police reform plan was discussed during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting held via audio … more
Rome Art & Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., has appointed Jason Tockey as its new executive director. Tockey started in his new position in November, having had previous experience in the … more
Despite comments from local residents stating the city already has “too many car washes” and that two additional sites proposed by Hoffman Development Corp. of Albany would be in competition with … more
Rome Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, in Common Council Chambers, second floor of City Hall, 198 N. Washington St., for public comment regarding … more
Berkshire Bank, of Pittsfield, Mass., has petitioned to close its branch office at 100 W. Dominick St., site of the former Rome Savings Bank, and consolidate its operations into the office located at … more
A term that might be bandied about in certain circles in Rome in a few years is “urban air mobility.” But what it is? “Flying taxis,” says Ken Stewart, the new chief executive officer of … more
A Wednesday night virtual live program hosted by the Rome Historical Society — another installment of its monthly “Third Wednesday” series — provided a glimpse of how Griffiss Business and … more
The demolition of a limestone building on Erie Boulevard to make way for a car wash will be the topic of discussion during an upcoming Wednesday, Feb. 3, public hearing to be conducted by the city … more
A PILOT program for a downtown housing development was approved at city common council and board of estimate and contract meetings this week. The Rome Common Council authorized a Payment In Lieu Of … more
Robert Verdgeline, a New York State School for the Deaf retiree, received Rome Memorial Hospital’s final dose of its current COVID-19 vaccine allotment on Wednesday afternoon. The hospital … more
The plan for the site of a former animal hospital and school was discussed at the city planning board’s recent meeting — with concerns being raised about the community losing a building with rich … more
In the last several months, work on a dialysis center has continued in Freedom Plaza next to the former JCPenney location, according to city officials. The 205 Erie Blvd. West site was home to a … more
The city’s Planning Board will continue its review of a pair of high-profile projects, both of which began seeking approval in 2020, at the board’s first meeting of 2021 which is set for 7 p.m. … more
Nursing home resident Philip Murphy beat COVID twice and wasn’t taking any more chances. He was the first resident vaccinated at Rome Memorial Hospital’s Residential Health Care Facility (RHCF) … more
As a year of the unexpected comes to a close, Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo gave a glimpse of how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the Copper City; what remained the … more
DETROIT, MICH. — TSgt. Andrew (Drew) Dyal has spent 12 years of service in the Air Force, but Dyal, who is currently stationed at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Information Directorate in … more
The 2020 Christmas Bird Count was different from others, according to local organizers, but in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the area’s dedicated birders were still able to get out and … more
Members of the Rome Memorial Hospital staff and administration began receiving their first doses of COVID-19 vaccinations on Wednesday, an early Christmas present in the continuing effort to overcome … more
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