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The Rome City School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday May 25. more
A 31-year-old man is facing multiple charges in Rome, accused of choking a woman in front of several children early Sunday morning, according to the Rome Police Department. more
A new marijuana dispensary and a new skate park are on the agenda for the Rome Common Council this week. more
Rome Health is touting an analysis from the Healthcare Association of New York State that shows it contributes $158 million to the local economy on a roughly annual basis. more
With Memorial Day a federal holiday on Monday, the city is reminding residents that green waste collection for the week of May 29 to June 2 will change. more
Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo will continue her Walk with the Mayor neighborhood program this week on Ridge and Canal streets. more
Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo will deliver her State of the City Address on the evening of May 31 at Mohawk Valley Community College. more
The 40th annual Honor America Days Celebration is fast approaching and the city of Rome is working to make it bigger and better than ever. more
The city of Rome will host three consecutive information sessions to gather public comment on three ongoing projects within the Department of Community and Economic Development. more
Members of the Zonta Club of Rome will host a luncheon to honor Rome Free Academy guidance counselor Maureen Nash for her outstanding education and community volunteer contributions. more
The Capitol Theatre’s youth acting group, the Rising Stars, begins the Summer Session on Saturday, June 3.  more
Oneida County has launched additional surveys for its Kellogg Road and West Chestnut Street projects in New Hartford and Rome, respectively.  more
A search warrant executed by the Rome Police Department Special Response Team resulted in the arrest of a Rome man and woman. more
ANDRO Computational Solutions of Rome is among five nationwide businesses accelerating innovation at the helm of the Army Small Business Innovation Research CATALYST pilot. more
Upstate University Hospital’s Mammography Van will visit Jervis Public Library on Friday, May 19, for a breast cancer screening clinic. more
The Rome branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley welcomes yoga instructor Amy Otero to its health and fitness team. more
Mayor Jacqueline Izzo will resume her Walk with the Mayor neighborhood program. more
Three Rome men were charged Sunday night after operating off-road dirt bikes in the area of South James Street and Erie Boulevard West, according to the Rome Police Department. more
Stevens Pool and Gryziec Pool will remain closed in the City of Rome this summer due to a staffing shortage, according to Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo. more
A Rome woman was charged after brandishing a knife and making threats at someone else's residence. more
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