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TOPEKA, Kan. — The failing Payless ShoeSource chain will honor gift cards and store credit until March 11 as the company liquidates all operations. The Topeka, Kansas, company, which filed for … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo has the backing of the Rome Republican Committee in her re-election bid. The party’s committee met Monday night to endorse candidates in the Nov. 5 election, choosing the … more
Democratic mayoral candidate David Halpin rolled out his campaign platform Sunday on Facebook, vowing to lower property tax rates and to address vacant homes in residential neighborhoods. “I will … more
Payless ShoeSource has filed for bankruptcy for the second time in two years, CNBC reported this morning, and the company’s 2,500 U.S. locations will close down. Management at the company’s Rome … more
More than 500 National Grid customers were without power in North Rome Friday evening into early this morning due to a bad insulator causing extensive damage to an electrical pole located on … more
“Steel Magnolias,” on stage at the Rome Community Theater, is a classic story of life-long friendships. The action is set in Truvy’s (Kirstin Walker) beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, … more
The Common Council signed off on the city’s 2019 Community Development Block Grant action plan in its Wednesday meeting, determining how the roughly $1 million in federal Housing and Urban … more
Work on the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) is moving ahead as the city seeks developers for the first round of projects. The Board of Estimate and Contract, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. … more
The Common Council will vote on measures related to train station renovations as well as finalize Rome’s federal grant spending plan in its meeting tonight. The seven-member body meets at 7 p.m. … more
The city Parks and Recreations Department will again offer its summer drop-in program at Pinti Field, 200 Sixth Street. Reserved for children ages 6 through 12, the program runs Monday through … more
And then there were four. Ronald Wagner, owner and proprietor of Wagner Farms is running for mayor in the Nov. 5 election, he announced this morning from his farm at 5841 Old Oneida Road. Wagner said … more
Dozens of Rome residents met with members of the Common Council last night to tour Old City Hall, 207 N. James St., as the building’s renovation project nears completion. The building was sold was … more
Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow, but the winter weather isn’t over yet. According to the National Weather Service, Oneida County can expect up to eight inches of accumulation throughout … more
Hundreds of walkers and runners joined the American Heart Association to be a force for a world of longer, healthier lives at the Rome Run & Indoor Walk. Walkers and runners raised more than … more
The city Department of Parks and Recreation is now accepting applications for summertime employment. Positions include summer program staff, park attendants, park counselors, general seasonal … more
The city Department of Public Works’ water conservation request issued last month has been rescinded, the department said in a statement Thursday. On Jan. 26, DPW asked customers in Rome, Lee, … more
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