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It was out there. It did not like anyone invading its territory. I held my grandfather’s hand tightly while holding a basket with the other. more
The absence of your gift is felt even if it isn’t easily recognized. And for those that have said yes to sharing your gift — thank you. more
Summer is here, and it’s time to do outdoor projects. A project that will have long-lasting benefits is installing a patio. more

This weekend, the International Boxing Hall of Fame is holding its first live event in over two years. more
Someone turning 65 has nearly a 7-in-10 chance of needing long-term care in the future, according to the Department of Health and Human Services, and many don’t have the savings to manage the cost. more
Welcome to our giveaway society. I won’t try to explain it because I’m too old to understand the concept. more
Norman B. Judd: A Rome native grew up to become a Chicago alderman, a member of the Illinois state Senate, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Illinois, a confidant of President Abraham Lincoln ... more
All of us can influence the introduction, spread and management of invasive species. Learn more by participating in this year’s New York Invasive Species Awareness Week, June 6-12. more
Tap. Tap. Tap. The sun was up, and the morning sun shone brightly. I looked around my home trying to discover that hidden incessant tapping noise. more
We just bought a new car.  The car is white. I’m hoping getting that color isn’t a mistake. more
Clifford Crandall Jr. has a message for everyone over age 60: “Get up, get moving, and enjoy yourself!” more
The highway to the Danger Zone is back with “Top Gun: Maverick,” a rip-roaringly good sequel to the original 1980s classic. more
Prior to the start of the American Civil War, numerous attempts to satisfactorily deal with the question of slavery for both the North and the South occurred. There were several compromises made … more
For its final show of the season, the Rome Community Theater, 8911 Turin Road, presents a show about individuals in the final years of their lives in what is described as a light drama ... more
In a volatile market, it’s impossible to escape the onslaught of minute-by-minute updates on television and the web. more
While we all want the COVID-19 virus to disappear, unfortunately it still very much with us. Some New York counties remain in the high transmission category where wearing a mask in indoor settings is … more
Green is flowing like the seas, think fish. Flowing like the grasses growing. Like the lawn all over, think cutting and digging, all good thoughts of spring. How to shop sustainably: Small changes … more
Reboots and live action cartoons are all the rage these days, and none of them have done it like the new and wild “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers.” more
Diabetes often develops in middle-aged persons who are overweight. In America, 10 percent of adults have diabetes. The best thing we can do is to avoid this from happening. more
“I am only responsible for what I say, not what you understand.” That’s one of those pithy little one-liners that comes across my desk every so often. more
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