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The acquisition of body cameras was the main topic of discussion when Police Chief Kevin C. Beach met before councilors for his annual budget hearing at City Hall on Wednesday. City administrators … more
Two members of the community recommended that councilors “think of the people” and hold developers accountable before allowing the construction of solar arrays within the city during a public … more
Tabled legislation concerning the creation of the new Heritage District-Erie Canal Zone on Rome-New London Road and authorization of a six-month moratorium on the establishment and construction of … more
ALBANY — RoAnn Destito, who has served as the state Commissioner of the Office of General Services, has announced her retirement, effective Thursday, Oct. 21. Destito, of Rome, has served as … more
The city Planning Board unanimously approved a recommendation to the Common Council regarding the authorization of a six-month moratorium with respect to the establishment and construction of solar … more
Assured Information Security (AIS) has been awarded AWARE, a $95 million Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract focused on researching novel and innovative anti-fragility concepts … more
From air conditioning units to the purchase of a metal detector and crosswalk striping machine, city councilors questioned the city Public Works Department about items included in the department’s … more
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Thursday that 84 firearms were turned in to law enforcement at a gun buyback event at St. Paul’s Church on Cypress Street. The event, hosted by … more
City councilors voiced overwhelming support for a 0% real property tax increase for the fifth consecutive year in the proposed $45.7 million city budget for 2022, that also calls for no increases in … more
Police Chief Kevin C. Beach defended his officers and department about not being “knowledgeable” or having the materials available for the public to file personnel complaints — part … more
For the fifth consecutive year, there will be no general property tax increase in the city’s proposed $45.7 million 2022 budget presented by Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo to the Common Council … more
Five Loaves Community Center has now found a home at Rome First United Methodist Church, 400 N. George St., helping to fill the nutritional needs of community members. Five Loaves Community Center is … more
The Rome Planning Board moved forward with its recommendations for proposed Ordinance 9468 that would create the Heritage District-Erie Canal special district on Rome-New London Road, voting … more
The Connected Community Schools Initiative, comprised of two partnering agencies Rome Alliance for Education (RAE) and Central New York Health Home Network (CNYHHN), has plans to turn the Old City … more
An officer of the Rome Chapter NAACP reported at a Common Council meeting Wednesday that the Rome Police Viper armored surveillance vehicle hit a sour note with Thomas Street residents and resources … more
The Eastern Air Defense Sector will mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with a memorial ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11 at EADS, 366 Otis St. The ceremony will be … more
A representative of Rome Historical Society addressed “concerns relative to the wording” of proposed legislation that would result in the creation of the Heritage District-Erie Canal (HD-EC) for … more
A public hearing on the proposed amendment to the Rome Code of Ordinances Chapter 80 Zoning Code and Related Maps to include the new Heritage District-Erie Canal Zone will be held at 6:50 p.m. … more
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