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The annual Red, White and Blue Revue community concert is 7 p.m. Tuesday at the New York State School for the Deaf, 401 Turin St. in Rome. The concert is in the gym. Parking is available in the lots … more
The city may soon acquire the 305 N. James St. property where Peterson’s Pet Shop burned down in February. The Common Council will vote on a measure to accept the property as a donation in its … more
The Downtown Market at the Griffo Green will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12, two hours later than its usual 5 o’clock closing. The second Wednesday of each month will feature … more
Last night, the Rome Community Theater kicked-off their final production of the season — Neil Simon’s “Chapter Two.” A semi-autobiographical piece, “Chapter Two” is set in the late 70s … more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s “Walks with the Mayor” resume next week. The mayor and several representatives of city departments will step off from 1105 Oneida St. in the First Ward at 4 p.m. on … more
The Capitol Arts Complex will hold an open house to showcase theatre restoration on Tuesday, June 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. Admission, popcorn and soft drinks are free, according to an announcement by … more
Mohawk Valley/Central New Yorkers for Trump and United for America plan a celebration of Flag Day and of President Donald Trump’s birthday for 5:30-7:30 p.m. June 14 at Fort Stanwix, 106 S. James … more
The United Way of Rome and Western Oneida was unable to dissolve through a vote of its members, and the chapter will now appeal to state officials for its closure, according to president Gene … more
Jervis Public Library is announcing its received donations from Feb. 1 through April 30, and is extending thanks to its many donors. Jervis’ Board of Trustees in a statement last week expressed … more
The Copper Easel, an art supply shop and gallery at 216 W. Dominick St., is the newest addition to the growing Downtown Arts District. The shop opened late last month with a “Meet the Artist” … more
The Rome Lions Club is participating in a recycling program through the Trex Company, makers of deck material and other building supplies, the local chapter of the international service organization … more
The fort that refused to surrender in August 1777 is thriving some 241 years later, with an estimated economic impact of $6.1 million on the local economy and supporting dozens of jobs while sharing … more
Griffiss International Airport in Rome has received nearly $8.2 million in federal funding for the second phase of repaving the 11,820-foot-long runway. The money is from the Federal Aviation … more
Open registration for the city’s 2019 summer youth recreation programs will begin on Saturday, June 15 from 9 a.m. to noon at Kennedy Arena, according to an announcement today by Recreation … more
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