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A local greenhouse - R. Jones Nursery and Landscape - is hoping to potentially expand its offerings and is asking for a use variance for an existing building, according to city records. A March 4 … more
A grant from the Film Music Foundation of Encino, California has provided funds for 50 local high school students to attend this year’s Capitolfest film festival free of charge. This year’s … more
At an organizational meeting for the 2020 Rome Downtown Market season on Wednesday a number of particulars were set, according to an announcement by market organizers. This year the season - which … more
A narrow band of lake-effect snow may deposit as much as 10 inches of fluffy flakes across portions of Madison and Oneida counties tonight into tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service in … more
Zebra mussels, an invasive species that can damage the ecology of freshwater lakes, ponds and rivers, have been found in Delta Lake, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation … more
A Rome couple quarantined on a cruise ship because of the viral outbreak in China were among Americans flown back to the United States only to be quarantined again. Peter and Cindy Molesky were among … more
Mirth and murder grace the Rome Community Theater stage with their latest production “The Game’s Afoot: Holmes for the Holidays.” In December 1936, Broadway star William Gillette is shot on … more
For the Griffiths, a chance blind date has evolved into a lifetime love story. On Valentine’s Day Feb. 14, Claude and Joyce celebrate their 71st “diamond” wedding anniversary. Both share a room … more
At a Wednesday night meeting, the Rome Common Council acted on measures dealing with the Copper City’s birthday and the continued rehabilitation of distressed properties. With the exception of a … more
A new five-year residential trash and recycling contract was awarded during this morning’s city Board of Estimate and contract meeting. However, the move may be opening the city to potential legal … more
The Rome branch of the NAACP will host two events including a guest speaker on Feb. 17 and a movie on Feb. 22, according to a branch announcement. • The guest speaker on Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. at Zion … more
There will be a Neighborhood Watch Meeting for Wards, 5, 6 and 7 at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13 in the fourth floor conference room at Jervis Library, located at 613 N Washington St. The guest … more
Agendas for upcoming city meetings have been released. Agenda items for the meetings include changes made in agreements with the Greater Mohawk Valley Land Bank and marking the 150th anniversary of … more
A sixth annual Moonlight Trail Night, hosted by Positively Rome and Relay For Life of Rome, will be Feb. 22 from 6-9 p.m. at Delta Lake State Park, off Route 46. The event is free, but a donation of … more
On the heels of a snowstorm late last week that dumped upwards of 10 inches of snow on Rome and the surrounding region, city officials were reviewing snow cleanup operations Monday morning. Overall, … more
A rapidly strengthening low pressure system brought a wintry mix of precipitation from Thursday into Friday night — bringing with it at various parts of its trip across the region a mix of rain, … more
Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., commander of Air Force Materiel Command, will preside at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new perimeter security military construction project at the Air Force Research … more
Scores of walkers dug their way out of the snow to participate this morning in the Rome Indoor Heart Walk, held at Rome Free Academy, 95 Dart Circle.  Participants were raising funds and awareness … more
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