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The Rome Free Academy Singers under the direction of Michelle Madonia-Rushford and the RFA String Quartet under the direction of Erica Oshier will open the program for the 2019 Rome Arts Hall of Fame … more
Planned expansions will more than double the length of the Mohawk River Trail, extending it north to the Delta Dam. The Common Council is expected to vote on a measure related to the project in its … more
City workers will begin flushing fire hydrants in south Rome on the western side of South James Street on Tuesday, April 23. “Residents may experience low water pressure, dirty water, or discolored … more
Catholic Charities Oneida/Madison County has recently relocated to a new office in Rome. Catholic Charities will be co-located with the Neighborhood Center at 199 W. Dominick St.. In this expanded … more
Looking back on his 53 years as a priest, spiritual leader and community stalwart, Father Philip Hearn of St. Peter’s/St. Mary’s says his career has been “joyful.” Father Hearn will remain on … more
RState Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47th Dist. of Rome, recently presented New York State Senate Empire Awards to Varflex Corporation and Bartell Machinery Systems, both headquartered in Rome.  “It was a … more
Roadwork on West Dominick Street between Madison and George streets began Thursday morning. City officials say a median will be built, and the road and sidewalks will be replaced. The expected … more
Some local government and civic institutions will be closed in observance of Good Friday on April 19, while others will remain open. Among them: Oneida County offices will be closed Friday, while … more
Tuesday, April 30 is the last day to pay the second half of school taxes, the first half of 2019 combined taxes, and the second quarter emtered water and sewer fees without penalty, according to a … more
Wes and Lauren Cupp of Rome are headed to South Korea on Wednesday for an international speedgolf event. The husband and wife have been invited to represent the United States in the W. Angle World … more
The Rome Rotary Club is calling for entrants to its annual Canalfest Photo Contest, Aug. 2-4. All interested student and adult photographers can bring their black and white or color entries to … more
The city will begin the Tuesday route for bulk leaf collection on Wednesday. Residents should have their leaves raked to the curb for pickup. After bulk leaf collection is completed, all green waste … more
The R-CATS Program has a dining event 4-9 p.m. Monday at Subway, 204 E. Thomas St. Subway will donate 10 percent of all sales, including dine-in, take-out and online, to the R-CATS Program to help … more
The Rome Community Theater, Upper Turin Road, has taken on a critically acclaimed drama in “Other Desert Cities” by Jon Robin Baitz. The play’s events occur around Christmas Eve 2004, when the … more
The Rev. Philip A. Hearn of St. Peter’s/St. Mary’s Catholic Parish will retire after nearly 30 years at the helm. The announcement came in a release from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse … more
Spring cleaning was the subject of Wednesday night’s Common Council meeting, with members reminding residents of upcoming green waste pickup and encouraging them to take part in other cleanup … more
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