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On the passing of Russel C. Fielding Monday, March, 29, 2021, Rome Sentinel owner Stephen B. Waters recalled a letter Russel C. Fielding had written to him when he became publisher in 1993. Fielding … more
The year 2020 began as usual with robust ticket sales for community events, borrowing of snowshoes to make peace with the winter weather, book discussions, story times, and borrowing of books and … more
Mayor Jaqueline M. Izzo, along with Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri, announced Thursday that city parks in both municipalities would now be open for certain sports and recreational activities — with … more
As part of a project to improve its system reliability, National Grid will replace some structures and associated electrical equipment at several local locations along nearby transmission lines, … more
Plans are in the works to officially open city parks by the time local children are on spring recess from school, which starts Friday, April 2. Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo said the state released … more
CLINTON — Working closely with the City of Rome, Hamilton College is on the verge of breaking ground this April for a new $2 million boathouse located on the Erie Canal in Bellamy Harbor Park. … more
In the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fort Stanwix National Monument in Rome was still able to host 24,134 visitors during its 2020 season. Although locally, that number represents a decrease in … more
One man was shot in the leg outside the Byrne Dairy on Erie Boulevard East late Wednesday night. The search is on for the shooter. Police said he is a white male who was familiar with the victim. "It … more
BY NICOLE A. HAWLEY Staff writer Robins aren’t the only signs of spring popping up in central New York; for, as surely as our feathered friends arrive it means not only warmer temperatures but also … more
The American Rescue Plan opens more funding opportunities for businesses, organizations, and workers who have been adversely affected by the pandemic, and local business leaders said they hope local … more
The Toccolana Club, 1412 E. Dominick St., is in the preliminary stages of looking into hosting the World Series of Bocce in 2021. While the size and scope of the event is yet to be determined, it … more
Rome is requesting expressions of interest from all interested non-profit organizations who are actively and currently working on addressing the health, welfare and well-being of the community by … more
Following passage in the Congress, Rome is so far slated to receive $25.94 million in federal COVID relief money as part of the Rescue America Plan. The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan — … more
Restaurants in all of New York, outside of New York City, will be allowed to fill three-fourths of their seats starting next Friday, March 19, as the state gradually loosens coronavirus restrictions, … more
Rome Planning Board approved the State Environmental Quality Review and site plan review for Hoffman Development Corp. of Albany to build a 6,400 square foot car wash at 1315 Erie Blvd. W., the site … more
BY NICOLE A. HAWLEY Staff writer The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on millions of people across the nation and has caused massive damage to the national economy. Its impacts on the local … more
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
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