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Parks and Recreation Director James Korpela briefed members of the Common Council on his department’s planned upgrades for city parks this spring. The seven-member body met Wednesday night in the … more
Public tours of the historic 1858 Jervis House resume Saturday and continue on several afternoons and evenings through August, the Jervis Public Library announced. The first tour of the season is … more
Common Council First Ward • Cam T. Tien, D, is a first-term councilor who was first elected in 2017. He has taught seventh and eighth grade social studies in the Rome City School District since … more
The Common Council may approve $125,000 in budget increases to the city water fund in its meeting tonight. The seven-member body meets at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, 198 N. … more
State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, of Rome, has scheduled his next Joe Time coffee-shop conversation for 6:30-8:30 a.m. Friday at Copperccino’s, 254 W. Dominick St., Rome, according to an announcement … more
Due to incorrect information provided, a story published in the Daily Sentinel on Saturday incorrectly listed the contact email for the Rome Catholic High School 50-year reunion golf outing for Chet … more
The R-CATS Program will hold another Get Together fund raiser at the Wendy’s at 401 Erie Blvd. W. Tuesday, according to an announcement from event organizers. The time has been changed slightly … more
The Rome American Legion, Henry P. Smith Post #24, will hold a can and bottle drive on Saturday, May 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Donors can drive to the legion, 325 Erie Blvd. West, and their cans and … more
On Wednesday, May 22, Jervis Public Library will host its semi-annual Recycling Day in the library parking lot between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Community members are invited to bring the following items: … more
The Rome Free Academy Class of 1974 will celebrate its 45-year reunion Saturday, Aug. 24 at Lake Delta Inn on Fish Hatchery Road, according to an announcement by event organizers. Cost is $50 per … more
The members of the Rome Catholic High Class of 1969 will hold their 50-year class reunion the weekend of Aug 9-11. On Friday Aug. 9, an informal gathering will be held at The Copper City Brewery, … more
The Griffiss Business and Technology Park will be home to a new $20 million mixed-use apartment community with office and amenity-oriented space, according to an announcement by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo … more
A building at Fort Stanwix National Monument is receiving some work, according to park officials, to help keep the area’s historic Revolutionary War past alive for future generations. The … more
The New York State Canal System is beginning operations for the 2019 navigation season this week, though its Rome portions will remain closed due to high water levels, the state said in a release … more
Members of the Common Council have weighed in on Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s State of the City address, delivered last Tuesday. The full text of the address is available … more
The Common Council will present awards to recognize residents for their neighborhood beautification efforts throughout the summer, Council President Stephanie Viscelli and Councilor Kimberly Rogers … more
The federal Department of the Interior designated the Fort Wood Creek site, located on the Fort Bull near Rome-New London Road, to the National Register of Historic Places in March, according to a … more
Independent mayoral candidate Ronald Wagner has ended his campaign for Rome’s highest office. “After much debate, I am dropping out of the race for mayor,” Wagner wrote on Facebook Tuesday … more
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