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For over 10 years, Michael “Mike” Huchko, a long-time volunteer has been working on organizing and cataloging the Rome Historical Society’s photograph collection. During that time, he has … more
The Bread of Life Community Center, 401 N. Washington St., is in need of food donations for their upcoming Thanksgiving outreach mission. The group plans to deliver approximately 250 meals to those … more
The leaves are no longer flying, but the city’s leaf collection crew is — with the bulk leaf pickup moving on to collect leaves on the Thursday Green Waste Route tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 15, city … more
The Rome Capitol Theatre (220 W. Dominick St.) and the R-Cats program have partnered to present the New York Cat Film Festival on Friday, Nov. 15, beginning at p.m. The event is designed to raise … more
The city of Rome is getting out of the used-car business. Most city owned vehicles other than large specialized trucks will now be leased rather than purchased under an agreement with Enterprise … more
Rome Fire Department representatives will be at the monthly meeting of the Rome branch of the NAACP on Monday to host a free fire safety training presentation for the community, the NAACP announced. … more
A 50-mile corridor between Rome and Syracuse for testing unmanned aircraft, or drones, has been completed, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday. The corridor is a series of connected radar … more
The one-act play “The Old Couple” by local playwright Dave Bush has been selected to compete in the annual Theater Association of New York State festival competition to be hosted at Rome … more
The 485th Engineering Installation Group’s annual Christmas party will be held at the Franklin Hotel in Rome on Friday, Dec 6, starting at 1 p.m., the organization has announced. Former employees, … more
The city of Rome is pursuing state grants to help it clean two former industrial sites and get them returned to productive use. Resolutions before the council at its regular meeting Wednesday would … more
Containerized green waste collection in Rome will be one day behind this week because of snow removal operations today, city officials have announced. Also, the city’s bulk leaf collection program … more
The R-CATS Program will co-host a fun family event with the Rome Capitol Theatre on Friday, Nov. 15, with the Second Annual New York Cat Festival, a collection of short films exploring the mystique … more
Members of several local veterans organizations and the Rome Veterans Council helped to lead an observance today to honor the area’s servicemen and women at Veterans Memorial Park on North James … more
The state is advising residents to prepare for difficult driving conditions, heavy snow and frigid temperatures as a winter storm gets ready to sock the region later today. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo … more
Help Santa and Mrs. Claus light Rome’s Christmas tree on Wednesday, Nov. 27 at the Veteran’s/Gansevoort parks on Court and James street. Thanks to the Bobby Page Foundation and Joe Fazio Auto … more
Having to spend nine months out of her apartment was well worth it for Maureen Ferris. The old Colonial I apartments were “clean but old, outdated,” she said Thursday, as visitors toured her … more
Surplus proceeds from a “Beyond Glory” live performance by actor Stephen Lang on Nov. 16 at Rome Capitol Theatre will be shared with local veterans agencies and the Capitol Theatre to assist in … more
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