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The Rome Elks Lodge will be hosting Friday Fish Fries starting Jan. 10 and will continue through the Lenten season. A seafood menu, a pasta option and a kid’s menu will be available. Homemade … more
According to city officials, Christmas tree collection is ongoing until further notice, and residents can bring the tree — once all the ornaments, tinsel and other decorations have been removed — … more
The Rome Family Y is offering water safety instruction classes and swim lessons in Rome Rome for children of various skill levels and aged six-months-old to 14-years-old, according to a release. … more
Registrations are being taken for the 2020 winter session of the Rome Capitol Theatre’s Rising Stars youth theater program, which is Jan. 11-March 14. The program includes Saturday classes for area … more
Being sworn in to her second four year term early Thursday evening, Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo made it known that the gains she has been able to attain for the Copper City are not hers alone. “No … more
The Rome Common Council was sworn-in Wednesday morning at the Rome Art and Community Center, during a brief ceremony. Members of the city Common Council sworn-in by City Clerk Jean Isom Grande for … more
Swearing-in ceremonies for Rome’s elected officials are scheduled for this week. They include: At 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1 the City of Rome Common Council will be sworn-in at the Rome Art … more
During the last meeting of the year on Monday, the city’s Board of Estimate and Contract unanimously passed measures paving the way for planned upgrades to the wastewater treatment plant’s … more
c, according to data from honor guard teams across New York as announced by the state Division of Military and Naval Affairs. Among the honor guard services, the Rome-based Eastern Air Defense Sector … more
During the last meeting of the year, the city’s Board of Estimate and Contract, unanimously passed measures paving the way for the planned wastewater treatment plant's anaerobic digester to be … more
The following swearing-in ceremonies are scheduled for this week: At 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1 the City of Rome Common Council will be sworn-in at the Rome Art and Community Center, located at … more
ALBANY — The National Weather Service has issued warnings of freezing rain, sleet and snow to impact much of the state through Tuesday morning. Given the potential for power outages and hazardous … more
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has directed state agencies to pre-deploy winter storm response to deal with potentially hazardous driving conditions today throughout the mid-Hudson Valley, Capital … more
Applications are being accepted from startup business teams to participate in upcoming cohorts for the AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) Commercialization Academy, the Griffiss Institute … more
The YWCA Mohawk Valley reported a successful Adopt-A-Family holiday program providing gifts to each client in its shelters and housing program, and issued thanks to donors in Rome and across the … more
A building that hosts a famous downtown mural depicting Brigadier General Peter Gansevoort on horseback has recently been fenced in — but the move is not related to any anticipated repairs to the … more
A big hangar and getting a new heating system for it were crucial to bringing the aircraft maintenance business back to the Oneida County-owned Griffiss International Airport in Rome. John Hester, … more
For Rome native Gabriel Day, sharing God’s impact on his life through music is now lending to recognition of his work.  He is currently in the running for a 2020 Stellar Award - the gospel music … more
The members of the Zeta Master Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met recently at the home of Shirley Early with Dorothy Alexander presiding. A candlelight pledge ritual was held by Vice … more
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