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A Rome-based startup subsidiary is aiming to improve the quality of life for individuals suffering from chronic back injuries and has received a patent for its spinal medical device. AcceliPHI, LLC … more
The Rome Historical Society, a local museum and research library dedicated to preserving, collecting, presenting, and interpreting local history, is looking for presenters for 2022 public programs to … more
After some debate, with concerns that additional information was not available on the purchase of a new animal control vehicle, the Common Council approved Ordinance 9481 on a Waive Rule 6, … more
The acquisition of body cameras was the main topic of discussion when Police Chief Kevin C. Beach met before councilors for his annual budget hearing at City Hall on Wednesday. City administrators … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce and the Professional and Business Women of Rome will present a National Business Women’s Week Forum event on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the Capitol Theatre, 230 W. … more
Cinema Capitol, 220 W. Dominick St., will present the movie, “Lamb,” an Icelandic psychological horror movie, starting Friday, Oct. 15. In rural Iceland, a childless couple discover a strange and … more
Two members of the community recommended that councilors “think of the people” and hold developers accountable before allowing the construction of solar arrays within the city during a public … more
Local historian Gary Ford will present a short oral history about local veterans and the brave sacrifices they made to protect the country at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at Jervis Public Library, 613 … more
The Rome Rotary Club has announced that its chicken barbecue fundraiser will be held on Saturday, Oct. 23, from noon to 4 p.m. at the Westgate Plaza, 1136 Erie Blvd. West. The food will be prepared … more
Tabled legislation concerning the creation of the new Heritage District-Erie Canal Zone on Rome-New London Road and authorization of a six-month moratorium on the establishment and construction of … more
Have questions on the process to request an absentee ballot? The city Democratic committee said it can also answer questions for local residents. David Amidon, chair of the Rome Democratic Committee, … more
The GI Education + Lecture Series will present MITRE’s Research in Quantum Software Engineering from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Oct. 20, via online webinar. The free, interactive discussion will … more
Following a year of meeting remotely, members of the Wednesday Morning Club are back together, having kicked off the group’s 129th year with a luncheon gathering at the Delta Lake Inn, 8524 Fish … more
If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? If the “Ghostbusters” of movie fame aren’t readily available, you might want to try Paul Uvanni at Victory Chrysler … more
A request for a use variance to build a seasonal ice cream stand in an agricultural district on Rome-Taberg Road at the corner with Link Road, was tabled before the city Zoning Board of Appeals … more
Some Common Council members questioned the priority of Rome Fire Department purchasing an $8,500 rescue boat when Chief Thomas M. Iacovissi appeared before the council for the department’s annual … more
ALBANY — RoAnn Destito, who has served as the state Commissioner of the Office of General Services, has announced her retirement, effective Thursday, Oct. 21. Destito, of Rome, has served as … more
LEE CENTER — The annual Miranda Gifford Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser — a spaghetti dinner with raffles — will be held from 4-7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10, at Lee American Legion, 9025 Veterans … more
The city Planning Board unanimously approved a recommendation to the Common Council regarding the authorization of a six-month moratorium with respect to the establishment and construction of solar … more
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