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A Rome native who began his career as a private and law enforcement investigator and would later found The Transparency Project to aid victims of violent crimes, has released a new book, … more
Bidding on trash hauling services for the city’s inside district is getting a second wind, as the city has scratched the first go-around and re-offered the job. Bid documents show the trash … more
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County Winter Shop Meeting series continues with a skid steer safety-training opportunity noon to 2 p.m., on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Warner Sales and … more
Families who are dealing with the problems of addiction can find help and information at a support group meeting from 6-7 p.m., Monday, Jan. 20, in the second floor classroom at Rome Memorial … more
Two buildings in the tear-down process this week are definitely changing the city’s skyline. • Cleanup work at the former Rome-Turney Radiator Company site located at 109 Canal St. saw large … more
The City of Rome Parks and Recreation Department will host the 11th annual Sweet Heart Couples Dance on Friday, Feb. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Life Church Building (the former Rome Armory), 1110 … more
State Sen. Joe Griffo, R-47th Dist. of Rome and the Senate deputy minority leader plans his next Joe Time coffee-shop event for 6 to 9 a.m. Friday at Spressos Coffee House and Eatery, 160 Brooks Road … more
In case you didn’t realize it, Rome’s water supply is in fact now being filtered using an ultraviolet light filtration system originally set up a few years ago. After a rocky start in November … more
If you are a person who is seeking employment, a change in career, or part-time work, representatives from The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter would like to meet you.  The Arc is hosting a one-day hiring … more
To protect patients from the flu and other illnesses, visitor restrictions have been put in place at Rome Memorial Hospital and its Residential Health Care Facility. Effective immediately, a maximum … more
This week, demolition and remediation efforts continued at the former Rome Cable site off of Erie Boulevard to make way for improvement and business development at the long-vacant site. Workers … more
A Wednesday night public information meeting regarding the third phase of the northwest Rome water system improvement project drew a packed crowd at the Rome Common Council chambers. The meeting … more
They’re brothers who work to ensure that the rich history of their service to community is preserved. On Saturday, the Volunteer Fireman’s Benevolent Association will celebrate 130 years of the … more
The Rome Common Council held its 2020 organizational meeting along with the year’s first regular meeting of the Rome Common Council Wednesday night ushering in a year that will again focus on the … more
The Rome Common Council will conduct two meetings on Wednesday, Jan. 8 in the Common Council Chambers at 198 N. Washington St., according to agendas released this week. These are the first Common … more
Area residents are calling for global peace in reaction to high tensions created after the killing of Iran’s Gen. Qassem Soleimani in an airstrike at the Baghdad’s international airport last … more
A Wednesday, Jan. 8 public information meeting regarding the northwest Rome water system improvement project has been scheduled, city officials say. The meeting will be a discussion of phase three of … more
At 6 p.m. tonight at Rome City Hall, 198 N. Washington St., an hour-long candlelight vigil will be held as part of a nationwide call for peace at a time of hostility between the United States and … more
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