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The demands of keeping courtrooms functioning while the building around them is reconfigured and asbestos removed is keeping the Rome Family Court building in a state of construction longer than … more
After filing for bankruptcy in October, Herb Philipson’s owner Guy Viti said that he believed the holiday shopping season would right his company’s finances.  As of this week, Viti says that … more
With less than one week to go until Christmas, staff and volunteers at the Rome Rescue Mission are still seeking food and toy donations for their holiday programs. “We’re doing pretty well, but … more
Salvation Army Captain Alan Kreuger will ring the bell and solicit donations for 24 hours straight, beginning on Friday, Dec. 21 at 6 p.m. As part of the organization’s annual red kettle campaign, … more
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire and a brightly decorated Christmas tree are relatively modern traditions of Christmas, but for residents of the Mohawk Valley during colonial times traditions were … more
City Hall will sign three contracts totalling $491,845 for services related to Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) projects. The Board of Estimate and Contract, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. … more
As Christmas nears, state and city officials are reminding residents to stay safe this holiday season with a few simple tips. Christmas trees Artificial trees — When purchasing an artificial tree, … more
Richard “Dick” Davies, Howard “Augie” Dunn and Bruce “Tuck” Tucker will be among 1,000 local veterans who will be remembered, at noon Saturday, Dec. 15, with wreaths on their graves at … more
The Zeta Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met Dec. 3 at the Paul Revere Restaurant with Dorothy Alexander presiding. The chapter made a cash donation to the Salvation Army and the Rome … more
The Wednesday Morning Club welcomed the 2018 holiday season with its annual concert held at the First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday. Musical selections performed by the club’s choir were … more
BY MAC BULLOCK Staff writer The train station will reopen next week, according to City Hall. A press release from Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s office Friday announced that Amtrak passenger service … more
The Common Council voted to move forward with financing several Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) projects, among other end-of-year housekeeping tasks in its meeting Wednesday. Councilors … more
City officials met with representatives from the NAACP Monday to touch base on a variety of issues faced by Romans of color. Rome NAACP chapter president Jackie Nelson said she and vice president … more
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