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The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a business meeting over a buffet breakfast on Friday, June 14 at the Beeches. Check-in is at 7:30 a.m. with the program beginning at 8 a.m. Admission is … more
The state will demolish part of the former Rome Cable complex and remediate toxins on the site, according to a release from the Department of Environmental Conservation. The move brings the Rome … more
A water main broke this morning, “due to a hydrant valve in front of 5462 Rome-Taberg Road,” according to an announcement from City Hall. The city announcement said that properties on Humaston … more
The city’s Summer Fun Guide and Special Events Program are available at under the ‘Parks and Recreation’ section. The city is offering a variety of programs, classes, swim … more
BY MAC BULLOCK Staff writer The Planning Board will review tweaks to the city’s zoning codes in its May meeting. The 5-member volunteer body will convene on Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. in the council … more
The Board of Estimate and Contract voted to settle in four tax certiorari cases against the city in its meeting last week. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, Common Council President … more
The inaugural Keep Rome Beautiful Day will be held on Saturday, May 18, according to an announcement by event organizers. City Hall, in partnership with Main Streets Alliance, Positively Rome, and … more
The Rome Home EXPO welcomed hundreds of visitors over the weekend, putting area businesses in touch with potential customers and members of the community, according to organizers. Rome Chamber of … more
Rome Rotary Club will host a free documents shredding event at the Westgate Shopping Plaza on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to noon. Attendees can safely shred their sensitive documents, courtesy of … more
The Relay for Life teams of Rainbow of Faith and Rainbow of Hope from the First Presbyterian Church and Woods Valley will host a “Pampered Chef” Party at Gone Coastal, 5345 Lee Center-Taberg … more
The organization behind a drone testing air corridor at Griffiss International Airport in Rome announced Thursday it has successfully integrated the services of five companies into a system for … more
Candidates for city offices who are seeking a party’s nomination have filed their petitions, according to the Oneida County Board of Elections. Mayor candidates Incumbent Jacqueline M. Izzo and … more
Members of the Common Council heard concerns over the proposed sale of the Erie Canal Village as well as the planned Copper City Lofts downtown apartment complex at their Wednesday night meeting. The … more
A California man is seeking to acquire the Erie Canal Village and turn the site into “Cross Roads Redemption Church.” Richard Rios of Brea, Calif., said Tuesday that he will purchase the property … more
The United Way of Rome and Western Oneida County may merge with the United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica, according to a release from the Rome chapter of the organization. A meeting of all Rome … more
The city will begin the Thursday green waste route on Thursday, April 25 for bulk leaf collection, according to an announcement by the Department of Public Works. Leaves must be placed behind the … more
From wine tasting to mystery theater and cooking classes, Rome Art and Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., has an array of special events and activities planned for the spring and early summer … more
The city will begin the Wednesday green waste route on Wednesday, April 24 for bulk leaf collection, according to an announcement by the city Department of Public Works. Leaves must be placed behind … more
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