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The Rome Teachers Association (RTA) has raised $1,400 through its annual community raffle with the proceeds to benefit Rome City School District students through the district’s Concert Closet and … more
Republican Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo will seek a second term. “With so many great projects on our docket now, and many more on the horizon, I am very proud to lead this city, and I will be seeking … more
The city Planning Board approved a measure related to the planned Cold Point manufacturing plant on South Jay and Henry streets in its Tuesday night meeting. The five-member volunteer board … more
With the arrival of flu season, Rome Memorial Hospital is asking that “anyone experiencing upper respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms or any other sickness” not visit patients or residents, … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo will hold a press conference “concerning the 2019 mayoral campaign” on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 9:30 a.m. in the REACH center at 205 W. Dominick St. She is expected to … more
The American Heart Association’s 17th annual Rome Run & Indoor Walk and pre-registration event for America’s Greatest Heart Run and Walk is scheduled for 8-11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 9 at Rome … more
Members of the Rome community gathered on Friday to observe National Wear Red Day to help raise awareness and funds to fight the number one killer of women – cardiovascular disease. The American … more
The city Planning Board will hear public comment and review plans for the subdivision of a south Rome property in its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, 198 N. … more
Fusion Art Gallery, in The Photo Shoppe, 8584 Turin Road, will open a show featuring the art of The Foothills Weaving & Fiber Arts Guild. with a free public reception on Wednesday, Feb. 6, from … more
The Capitol Theatre is accepting nominations for inductees to the Rome Arts Hall of Fame Class of 2019. Nomination forms are available by request at the theatre and are due today, Feb. 2. An … more
The New York Power Authority has approved $7.5 million for the Smart Street Lighting NY Program with the goal of converting municipal streetlights to energy-efficient LEDs. The funding was approved … more
The Rome Community Foundation announced this week that it awarded $146,961 in grants to area charitable organizations during the last quarter of 2018. The grants, each between $1,000 and $15,000, … more
Extremely cold temperatures and negative wind chills are expected this week, along with significant snowfall. National Weather Service at Binghamton Meteorologist Bryan Greenblatt said the Utica-Rome … more
In December, Wagner Farms on Old Oneida Road announced it would close for good, citing mounting debt and falling sales figures. Now, owing to a better-than-expected harvest and delays from the … more
Mayoral candidate David Mattoon rolled out his campaign platform on Facebook Saturday again vowing to put “God first” if elected and advocating Bible study in Rome schools. Mattoon, a Republican … more
t’s been 21 years since the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc. began making plans to build a permanent Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Rome. The goal of the … more
The city Planning Board wil review a proposal to subdivide a property in south Rome in its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 6:30 p.m. The Rome Community Brownfield Restoration Corp. is requesting that … more
Rome’s water system has been affected by last week’s low temperatures, and City Hall is asking customers to conserve water. “Due to the weather conditions of the past week, the city of Rome’s … more
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