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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
The Valentine’s Sweetheart Dance scheduled for tonight at Life Church has been canceled due to inclement weather and is not being rescheduled at this time. Refunds can be collected at the Parks and … more
Considered by many to be the most influential abolitionist, Gerrit Smith was known for his financial support of the anti-slavery cause. From the tiny hamlet of Peterboro in Madison County, Smith … more
A “wintry mix” of precipitation overnight — with more on the way today and Friday — has created a dangerous recipe for area roadways, making conditions slick and icy. There was a fatal crash … more
The American Heart Association will host two events during Rome’s Heart Weekend. On Friday will be the Go Red for Women Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Teugega Country Club, 6801 Golf Course … more
Gansevoort Elementary School kindergartners marked World Read Aloud Day this morning by hearing some selections by local author Tamara Cantarano from her children’s picture book series “The … more
Area residents who need help paying for laundry services can get help for free from 3-7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 7., at Colonial Laundromat, 120 Black River Blvd. Laundry Love will be at the laundromat to … more
The City of Rome Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals are scheduled to meet this week.  The following issues are on the meeting agendas. • The Rome Planning Board will hold a pre-meeting … more
Rome Police are searching for a 15-year-old male who was reported missing by his mother on Sunday. Police said Joseph M. Mendoza, a white male, was last seen on Sunday. He is 5-feet, 4-inches tall … more
The Rev. Paul Angelicchio will no longer be on administrative leave and has returned to his position as pastor of St. John the Baptist Church and Transfiguration Church effective Saturday, announced … more
In a large Italian-American family, says Christopher Di Mezzo, there’s a tradition of learning to speak your mind without making other people too angry. It’s one of the ways growing up in Rome … more
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