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The Rome Common Council will authorize a new capital project to repair the Tannery Road bridge, and will authorize the purchase of a new police vehicle at the April 12 meeting. more
The Rome Capitol Theatre, 220 West Dominick St., will screen “Walt Disney’s Fantasia” at 2:30 and 7 p.m. Saturday, April 15. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., has announced events for next week. more
The Rome Zoning Board of Appeals approved a request from a Bartlett Road resident in the outer district to building a new, bigger storage shed to replace an old, rotting one. more
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Matthew Squairs can remember exactly where he was when the news broke that an airplane had crashed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. more
The Rome Rescue Mission will be hosting Easter lunch on Sunday, and will deliver food to local apartment complexes throughout the City of Rome on Good Friday. more
The former Copper City Ultra Lounge is sporting some new signage out front — a big, red and white “X” sign in the window that warns first-responders that the building is not entirely. more
There will be a free Community Easter Egg Hunt at noon Saturday, April 8, at Life Church, 1110 Black River Blvd. more
A New Homebuyer Workshop will be held at Jervis Public Library on Wednesday, April 12, hosted by First Source Federal Credit Union, according to library officials. more
The New York State Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc., along with the Lake Delta Kiwanis Club have announced the return of the Flags of Honor program to the Griffiss Business and Technology Park. more
The Rome Police Department collected $1,348.55 during their Police for Pets bottle and can drive. more
The Rome Historical Society has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the former Erie Canal Village seeking to demolish a dilapidated structure on the property and to remove all restrictions to the land owned by RHS, among other demands. more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. highlighted the county’s progress throughout the past 225 years, and outlined a plan for future growth during the 2023 State of the County address. more
April is National Volunteer Month, and the American Red Cross is celebrating the millions of people who volunteer to give blood, platelets and plasma throughout the year. more
The Rome Art Association meeting on Thursday, April 6, will feature an exhibition opening reception for “Evoking Emotion.” more
In a sign of spring almost as welcome as a robin sighting, the city of Rome has announced its Department of Public Works will begin the weekly collection of green waste and brush pickup. more
Accused of striking another man in the head with a baseball bat, a Rome man has been charged with felony assault, according to the Rome Police Department. more
A 40-year-old man is accused of stealing automotive manuals out of vehicles parked at Fazio's Auto Sales on East Dominick Street, according to the Rome Police Department. more
A Rome man is accused of intentionally letting the air out of his ex-girlfriend's tires while she was bowling at King Pin Lanes, according to the Rome Police Department. more
A 31-year-old man is accused of fighting with his girlfriend and smashing her phones in Rome, according to the Rome Police Department. more
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