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Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced sweeping measures this morning during a conference call with the governors of Connecticut and New Jersey to deal with the spread of the coronavirus. Starting tonight at … more
Chamber Board Chairman Wes Cupp reminds members to be alert, to make informed decisions, and to support one another. “It is essential, as a precautionary measure, that members be vigilant, that … more
As concerns over coronavirus continue, local government and other groups continue to make announcements of changes to standard practices, and address resource needs. Looking ahead to the immediate … more
The Rome Chamber of Commerce has cancelled the Career and Job Fair planned for Friday today at Rome Free Academy. The chamber also announced it is postponing a fundraising silent auction scheduled … more
Spressos Coffee, Cookies and Cakes, 160 Brooks Road, will host “Hope on the Menu” to help raise money for the Relay for Life of Rome, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, March 16. Spressos will donate … more
An aged railroad bridge is on track for rehabilitation following a measure passed at Thursday mornings city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting. According to a carried resolution, Rochester-based … more
Agendas for city meetings this week include measures to be considered for potential demolition of a property as well as rehabilitation plans for a railroad bridge. Items up for consideration at … more
This year, the City of Rome’s Downtown Market will be held every Wednesday from May 27 to September 30 at the City Hall Green, 198 N. Washington St. On those days, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. vendors … more
The Great Oneida Carrying Place has a unique role in the early settlement and history of Central New York — and despite its historic prominence its importance is sometimes overlooked. A … more
According to a state Supreme Court filing, Camden-based trash hauler Bliss Environmental is challenging the City of Rome on its recent bid process for a five-year trash hauling contract award. In … more
Daily Sentinel readers might notice something different when they get their newspaper today. In an ongoing effort to provide complete news and information in a streamlined manner for Rome, Oneida and … more
The City of Rome’s Easter Egg Hunt is schedule for 1 to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8 at Griffo Green on the south side of City Hall at 198 N. Washington St. A rain date is Thursday, April 9 at the … more
If you were driving near Canastota in the late 1950’s you may have seen something that seemed quite out of place. A mysterious airfield populated with World War II fighter planes and no explanation … more
The South Rome Senior Center, 112 Ridge St., is inviting the public to come celebrate a traditional Irish dinner on Sunday, March 15, from 1 to 3 p.m. The meal, which will be catered by Eddie’s … more
The Rome American Legion, Henry P. Smith Post 24, 325 Erie Blvd. W. in Rome, is having a St. Patrick’s Day luncheon from noon to 4 p.m. March 14. The grilled Reuben sandwich dinner is $9, and the … more
Nominations for the Class of 2020 for the Rome Science Hall of Fame are being sought by the Rome Academy of Sciences. The hall recognizes and honors people, past and present, who have contributed … more
On Sunday, March 8, clocks will “spring ahead” to Daylight Savings Time. Losing that hour of sleep may affect your sleep cycle, according to an announcement by Rome Memorial Hospital. As a … more
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