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The Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St., will present a special program commemorating the completion of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative project, including the lighting of the newly installed … more
The Rome Branch of the NAACP has announced its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Service will be held Monday, Jan. 17, in person at Zion Episcopal Church, 140 W. Liberty St., as well as virtually. … more
Hoffman Development Group of Albany was granted two area variances by the city Zoning Board of Appeals during its regular monthly meeting Wednesday for business signs at the company’s new car wash … more
A site plan review for a 50-lot first phase of an approximately 69-lot major residential subdivision off Merrick Road, by way of Charles Anken Boulevard, known as Delta Luxury Townhomes, LLC, was … more
Due to some state liquor licensing delays and other issues, the opening of Franca’s Wine Room at 260 W. Dominick St., in the city’s downtown Arts District, will be postponed. Co-owner Brian Snow … more
The Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance, Inc. (NUAIR) and the New York UAS Test Site have received authority from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly unmanned aircraft … more
From class wines to regional craft beers and food that will range from hand-crafted charcuterie boards to pub fare, Franca’s Wine Bar, 260 W. Dominick St., promises not only an evening of soothing … more
Greetings all! I am Marcie, pleased to introduce myself! I am a 2-year-old orange and white tiger cat who has been living at the shelter since August (I can’t believe it’s been this long). I … more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., is once again open to the public. Face masks and social distancing are required. Library hours are 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 8:30 a.m. … more
On Saturday, Dec. 18, Rotarian Diane Drake led over 70 volunteers in placement of 100 Remembrance Wreaths on Veterans’ final resting places at the historic Wright Settlement Cemetery on Cemetery … more
Work is in development on the state Department of Transportation Route 365/26 Pavement and Safety Improvement Project. The approved construction cost is $5.8 million of state and federal funding, … more
Dave Young has great pride for his city and when he noticed an unwelcoming site coming off Route 49 in East Rome, he decided to take some action. Owner of Young’s Upholstery, 301 E. Dominick St., … more
Work is nearing completion on Hamilton College’s new $2 million boathouse at Bellamy Harbor Park with an anticipated opening in January. Hamilton College Rowing Head Coach James Lister said the … more
Are you thinking about adding a pet to your family? There are many things to consider before adopting because animals are a lifetime commitment. Do your research to determine whether it’s the right … more
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