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Juneteenth is a day to celebrate the end of slavery in the United States. more
The Rome City School District’s board of education approved a request for proposals to enter into a contract with Access Global Group... more
Attorney Timothy A. Benedict, a former city Corporation Counsel, has been suspended from practicing law for a period of two years. more
A man rows his single scull shell on the Erie Canal near Bellamy Harbor Park in Rome earlier this week. more
A Rome man accused of setting his West Court Street apartment on fire on Thanksgiving Day  has been handed a state prison sentence. more
The Nikki Lynn DeBlasiis Foundation will present its fourth annual Memorial Bocce Tournament Friday and Saturday, June 17 and 18, at the Toccolana Club in Rome. more
Livable Communities of Oneida County is partnering with the City of Rome for a “Pop-Up” project to add temporary amenities to the Griffo Green and Willett Street corridor. more
A trio of organizations — the Oneida County Republican Constitutional Caucus, RightWay USA and the Mohawk Valley Main Street Patriots — will host a sixth annual Flag Day rally … more
A family of ducks were led to safety after the babies were fished out of a sewer grate on East Chestnut Street in Rome, Sunday morning. more
The Rome Family YMCA and the City of Rome have joined forces in an effort to provide safe, supervised summer fun for the city’s youth, according to officials with both organizations. more
Ground was officially broken for the renovation of the Colonial II housing complex off Cottage Street. more
A negative declaration on a Site Environmental Quality Review, as well as approval of the site plan review for an approximate 120-foot wireless telecommunications tower ... more
Griffiss Institute was awarded Business of the Year at the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce 110th Anniversary Business Meeting held Tuesday at Lake Delta Inn. more
A 47-year-old woman is accused of threatening employees at the Burger King on South Madison Street in Rome because her food was taking too long. more
A 48-year-old woman has been charged with damaging her mother's mini-van before giving it back, according to the Rome Police Department. more
Several business leaders were honored during the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce 110th Anniversary Business Meeting, which took place Tuesday morning at Delta Lake Inn. more
Assured Information Security has been awarded the Agile Cyber Technology 3 — ACT 3 — contract, a $950 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. more
Several resolutions dealing with authorizing amendments to previously-approved resolutions will be on the agenda for the next Common Council meeting. more
In the middle of Prohibition, it’s hard to find a beer in 1926 Lido, New York. But murder, lies, love and jealousy are all on tap at the Galliano Club. more
Copper City Community Connection, 305 E. Locust St., will host its first Cabaret Night featuring local singing group, Broadway Babes on June 14. more
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