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The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation made 30 “Stay at Home Assistance Kits” for cancer patients receiving chemo or radiation at Mohawk Valley Health Systems Regional Cancer Center. The … more
Amongst a sea of social distancing guidelines in place due to coronavirus, Rome Salvation Army Capt. Amanda Krueger shared the essential work the Salvation Army has been performing for those in need. … more
As researchers are working around-the-clock decoding the genetic make-up of COVID-19 in order to develop a safe vaccine that could provide immunity and protect people for decades, a Rome Free Academy … more
In recent days, as coronavirus-induced social distancing guidelines have been extended into the end of April, a sense of business as usual is being strived for, Rome City Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo … more
The City of Rome will begin its weekly collection of green waste and brush in the inside district, beginning on Monday, April 6. Department of Public Works crews will once again pick up green waste … more
Friday, Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo reissued a Local Emergency Order for the City of Rome due to the coronavirus outbreak. The original order went into action in mid March.  With the new measure … more
Work is continuing on a five-year Consolidated Plan that identifies community needs projects that can be developed once funding is secured. Work to be done in the City of Rome, identified in the … more
The Upstate Family Health Center is open and providing service during the COVID-19 outbreak in both of its locations, 205 W. Dominick St. in Rome and 1001 Noyes St., and is also offering … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., and Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, have announced that Rome and Utica will be among the state communities to receive funding under … more
All Creatures Boarding and Grooming, 6572 Williams Road, is collecting donations of toiletry items, cleaning supplies and non-perishable items for Rome school district students during the COVID-19 … more
For the first time ever, the Rome Common Council conducted an audio live-streamed Council meeting Wednesday night. Due to coronavirus-caused social distancing guidelines, in recent weeks Rome City … more
At an audio live-streamed city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting Thursday morning, a measure was passed to amend the rates of trucked-in septic disposals that the city treats at the water … more
Recently, a few local Daily Sentinel readers have questioned whether coronavirus can live on newsprint and transmit to humans. There shouldn’t be a reason to worry though, officials said, as … more
The CDBG public hearing scheduled for Monday has been canceled. Those who would like to comment on the CDBG 5 Year Consolidated Plan can still do so via email to adamore@romecitygov.com until March … more
In keeping with social distancing guidelines due to coronavirus, the 8:30 a.m. Thursday city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting can be heard via audio livestream, according to the city. The … more
The Griffin Charitable Foundations have been reaching out to numerous non-profit groups in recent weeks to assess their strain due to the spread of COVID-19. Many sites, officials with the … more
For the local agriculture community, produce growers are finding ways to move forward amid massive shut downs designed to flatten the curve when it comes to the spread of coronavirus. In a Tuesday … more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., is reminding the surrounding community that while the majority of staff are not reporting to the library building, that doesn’t mean patrons can’t … more
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