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Cinema Capitol, 230 W. Dominick St., will present “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” for two nights at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 and Saturday, Oct. 15 as part of the Capitol Arts Complex. more
Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo, 5135 Rome-New London Road, celebrates the season with Fall Fun Days every weekend though Oct. 30. Fall Fun Days feature antique tractor pull rides, pumpkin painting … more
Copper City Brewing Company, 1111 Oneida St., will host its third annual Fall Festival from 1-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. more
Mohawk Valley Community College has announced that 76 new students were inducted into MVCC’s Lambda Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. more
St. John’s Evangelical Luther Church, 502 W. Chestnut St., will host several upcoming events, according to an announcement by church officials. more
Rome Health, 1500 N. James St., has expanding its visiting hours at the hospital, according to an announcement on Thursday by hospital officials. more
Legislation to amend the city Zoning Code relating to the establishment and construction of solar arrays within the city, will now move forward to the city Planning Board. more
As city councilors voiced their dismay over additional manpower and resources for Rome Police not being included in the mayor’s proposed $48.9 million 2023 budget. more
After a pair of structure fires in recent months caused by lithium-ion battery failure, the Rome Fire Department has some words of warning to people using these types of batteries. more
No property tax increase for the sixth consecutive year and adding to the city’s workforce were positives taken from Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s proposed 2023 budget. more
For the last year and a half, Rome Free Academy swimming and diving team student-athletes have competed in “home” swim team meets that weren’t really at “home” at all. more
Resurrection Life Church, 628 Floyd Ave., will be among local churches to host a representative of Operation Christmas Child Oct. 13-17. more
The Negotiator Open Golf Tournament, sponsored by Crust Kitchen and Bar and Bonacio Construction and held at the Rome Country Club, has raised $20,000 for The Kelberman Center. more
A 29-year-old man was found with a felony amount of cocaine and a loaded, stolen handgun during a traffic stop in Rome very early Thursday morning. more
The Capitol Arts Complex, 220 West Dominick St., will host its SummerStage Fall Festival Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14 and 15, featuring the first Project Fibonacci Foundation Trivia Contest. more
With today’s constant advancements in technology, not every family is financially able to keep up by purchasing the latest computer electronics and subscribing to broadband internet access. more
Check out “The Phoenix,” installed in the green at the Hangar Road roundabout on Route 825 in the Griffiss Business & Technology Park on Wednesday. more
For the sixth consecutive year, Rome residents can expect a 0% real property tax increase in the proposed $48,967,418 city budget for 2023. more
Bringing his childhood passion of ancient creatures to life, Paul Thornton has started a new business, The Living Fossil, at 5475 Route 233. more
The theft of an SUV at gunpoint on West Liberty Street Tuesday evening is under investigation by the Rome Police Department. more
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