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Rome Police Chief David J. Collins will remain a provisional appointment for another year ... more
During the public comment portion of Wednesday’s Common Council meeting, Anne Sullivan, who resides at the corner of Cottage Street and Floyd Avenue, complained about traffic created ... more
The Bushwhackers, comprised of Dave Olney, Steve Fogelman, Bill Daskiewich and Aaron Bouton, were third-time champions of the JM Chubbuck Foundation Golf Tournament held Aug. 6 at Rome Country … more
The following events will be offered at Jervis Public Library ... more
A 31-year-old man has been charged with breaking into storage units on Rome-New London Road very early Thursday morning ... more
The Oneida County Board of Legislators passed resolutions that will provide Oneida County residents and veterans with increased mental health resources in a Wednesday, Aug. 10 meeting.  more
The regular season for the Rome Community Theater, 8911 Turin Road, ended inJune with its production of the light drama “Geezers.” more
For many area parents, a new school year also means having to plan for before and after school child care. For families with students in kindergarten through sixth grade, the YMCA of the Greater … more
Site Environmental Quality Review and site plan review requests for a new Mazzaferro’s Bros., Inc deli and store were tabled to allow time for further development of construction plans during … more
The star behind the scenes at Rome's Capitol Theatre is an original Möller theater pipe organ — installed at the Capitol in 1928 ... more
A resident of The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing in Rome is accused of pulling a fire alarm and damaging a printer early Wednesday morning ... more
A series of larcenies from unlocked vehicles in Rome — including several incidents of vehicles being stolen — has prompted a warning from the Rome Police Department. more
A group of men firing a handgun into the air in Rome very early Wednesday morning is under investigation, according to the Rome Police Department. more
A free food giveaway, sponsored by the Project Fibonacci Foundation, the Food Bank of Central New York and St. John the Baptist Church, will take place in the church parking lot. more
The Rome Board of Education, at its regular meeting on Monday, voted unanimously to close the chapter on K-6 elementary schools in the district, voting instead to scale six elementary school … more
A Rome man who admitted to beating up a woman on Second Street has been sentenced to a year in county jail. more
ROME A Rome woman was found with a quantity of methamphetamine when she was stopped for an active arrest warrant early Wednesday morning, according to the Rome Police. Police said Melissa Howard, 52, … more
It’s time to get on that apron and clean and sharpen those grilling accessories for the first Que on the Canal food and music festival to be held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19 and 20. more
Students from kindergarten to college are welcome to the D&D Carpets of Rome Back-to-School Supply Giveaway. more
Three teenagers have been charged with fighting with police officers during a fracas on North James Street very early Tuesday morning, according to the Rome Police Department. more
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