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SWEATCNY, a boutique fitness studio, has recently moved to a larger facility and is now located at 2051 N. Madison St. SWEAT CNY will focus on high intensity trainings for all fitness levels, and has … more
Assured Information Security Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder Charles Green is a semifinalist for the Entrepreneur Of the Year New York Award given by the accounting firm Ernst & Young, AIS … more
Revere Copper Products is investigating the cause of a power outage that shut down the plant for much of the morning today, company officials said today. The power at the landmark plant in east Rome … more
The Capitol Arts Complex, consisting of the historic theatre as well as Cinema Capitol, will begin its fundraising campaign to support its restoration, Executive Director Art Pierce announced in a … more
BY MAC BULLOCK Staff writer The Common Council passed an amended version of the long-tabled zoning code changes in its meeting on Wednesday night. The proposed zoning code changes included tweaks to … more
Asbestos found at the Liberty-George parking garage during demolition will slow the rate of the project’s completion, Bronze Contracting told city officials last month. … more
The American Cancer Society and Knockerball CNY will team up to host a Knockerball Tournament at the State School for the Deaf, from 2-6 p.m., during the annual Relay For Life of Rome event Saturday, … more
After nearly five years on the market, Fort Rickey has been sold to Chris and Rebecca Stedman. The new owners will continue to operate the zoo as before, and are planning to open for the season this … more
First Baptist Church of Rome plans a chicken and biscuit dinner, tours and an organ recital May 18 as part of New York State Sacred Sites open houses and to celebrate a grant from the New York … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo delivered her third State of the City address to the Common Council on Tuesday night at MVCC. The full text of the speech is below: President Viscelli, members of the Common … more
The mayor's 2019 State of the City address Tuesday evening focused on economic development, especially the city's $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative award. "Economic development remains … more
The 2019 schedule for the 17th annual Capitolfest, the Capitol Theatre’s silent and early-talkie film festival, has been released. On Aug. 9 through Aug. 11, Capitolfest returns with seven sessions … more
The Common Council is expected to vote on more than $4 million in bond measures this week. The seven-member body meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council chambers at City Hall, 198 N. Washington St. … more
Rome-based cybersecurity company AIS has won a new indefinite-delivery and quantity contract with the Air Force authorizing up to $93.6 million in work, the company announced. The contract provides … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo is set to deliver her State of the City address to the Common Council at Mohawk Valley Community College’s Plumley Complex on Tuesday, May 7 at 5 p.m. The speech is … more
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Rome will celebrate “Paint the Town Purple” during the week of May 13. Relay for Life of Rome will celebrate the survivors of all different types of … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo will deliver her second State of the City address on Tuesday, May 7 at 5 p.m. in the Plumley Complex at MVCC, the city has announced. Izzo, who was elected to her first … more
The City of Rome Department of Public Works has concluded its bulk leave collection service. The department has, however, begun its containerized collection of green waste. To dispose of green waste, … more
Ace Hardware of Rome will host a “Neighborhood Barbecue Fest” on Saturday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the company said. Ace associates will showcase Weber, Traeger and Big Green Egg grills and … more
The Rome Twigs held their annual spring luncheon meeting at Delta Lake Inn on Wednesday. The event was hosted by the Magnolia Twig. The Twigs, a not-for-profit organization, started in 1907 with a … more
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