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Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has named its new executive director and CEO, as well as its leader in marketing and communications. more
A Hobby Lobby store may become a future tenant of Freedom Plaza, 205 Erie Blvd. W., according to a listing on the DCL Management Corp. website on Friday, March 17. more
Jervis Public Library Executive Director Lisa M. Matte commended her staff for a successful 2022 in her annual library report. more
“Don’t sacrifice who you are just to get ahead, and don’t leave your roots because someone said you should or need to.” more
No blarney needed — despite the wet snow and cold temperatures, happy leprechauns galore came out to make their way down Genesee Street during Utica's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. more
A site plan review and negative declaration on the Site Environmental Quality Review for a proposed auto body shop at 1303-09 Erie Blvd. W. were approved by the city Planning Board. more
Questions about the safety of the city’s train tracks, underpasses and crosswalks were identified by city residents during Wednesday’s Common Council meeting. more
“I have my three grandsons and my daughter. I enjoy being around them. That’s what I live for. Them.” — Susan Delahunt, of Rome, 1951-2015. more
Residents and members of the Schuyler Commons Residence Association recently donated $3,105 in gift cards from local merchants to assist newly-arriving refugees to the area from Ukraine. more
The owners of Wagner Farms, 5841 Old Oneida Road, announced they have decommissioned “The Leo” — the farm’s second wheelchair accessible Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant wagon ride. more
Authorizing the mayor to enter into an intermunicipal agreement with Oneida County's Municipal Recreation Program is among the agenda items slated for the next Common Council meeting. more
The Rome Historical Society will honor Rome Chapter NAACP President Jacqueline Nelson with the Medal of the Order of 1777 during its annual dinner on Thursday, March 30. more
A use variance request to build a minor vehicle repair garage and towing and recovery business, was narrowly approved by the Rome ZBA. more
Griffo Green? Peace Park? Or both? Where should the next installation in the city’s new Art Walk go? more
Project Fibonacci Foundation Chairman Andrew Drozd announced Wednesday that his Multiversity of Science, Art and Technology — MOSART — Center planned for downtown is “on indefinite hold." more
From small shops and cafes to a local brewery or apartments, a variety of options are being considered for the future of the historic Waterbury Felt Mill. more
On-going complaints about “pop-up pot stores,” garbage collection and offering more youth activities were voiced by members of the public during the Wednesday Common Council meeting. more
Long-time Rome Area Chamber of Commerce president William K. Guglielmo, who recently announced his retirement after 50 years of service to the community, has died. more
A dispute over a fence between two neighboring downtown businesses — Franca’s Wine Room and Copperccino’s — became a heated debate when owners and members of the community spoke out. more
From Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig to Disney classics like Alice In Wonderland and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Rome Capitol Theatre keeps the animated fun coming. Video in article. more
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