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The City of Rome will soon be holding public educational drop-in sessions regarding a downtown roadway rightsizing project, city officials say. The sessions run from noon to 1 p.m. every day from … more
Working with the assistance of parents, grandparents and teachers, letters have poured in asking jolly old St. Nick for good list placement and rewards in kind. Around 90 letters were sent to Santa … more
With the Thursday announcement of the 2019 Annual Regional Economic Development Council awards touting the Mohawk Valley as a Top Performer and receiving $82.7 million to support 81 projects in the … more
Through Dec. 31, loved ones can be honored or memorialized with a personalized ornament on a “Light Up a Life” tree (in a location of your choice) with a suggested donation of $10.  The tribute … more
The New York State Department of Health has deemed this years flu season as “geographically widespread,” and locally, health officials indicate they too are starting to see weekly upticks in new … more
On Wednesday, about 80 children participating in programs at the Upstate Cerebral Palsy New Discoveries Learning Center were invited to the Donald J. Mitchell Department of Veterans Affairs … more
“Love and Joy Come to You” provided an uplifting theme for the Wednesday Morning Club’s annual concert held at the First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, according to club officials. The … more
With less than eight days until Christmas, area Salvation Army units say proceeds from their traditional Red Kettle campaign donations are a little slow this year. And, the money is needed to help … more
The Copper Easel, at 216 West Dominick St., will be hosting a ‘Meet the Artists’ party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.  The Copper Easel provides gallery space for … more
From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 18 the R-CATS program will be present at a Rome Memorial Hospital craft show, selling handmade items to raise money for their goal to spay or neuter, and … more
While cold snow fell Tuesday on Floyd Avenue, officials said the area continues to be warm with developments. Dr. David Vinci, owner of Eye Care Center of Rome, was joined in the morning by local … more
Everyone deserves a safe, happy and healthy holiday season, and staff at Rome’s Lucy’s House domestic violence shelter and the YWCA Mohawk Valley are working to ensure that for local victims and … more
Rome mom Shannon Todora and her two daughters — 5-year-old Isabella and Liliana who will be 2 in January — completed another Christmas giving goal this week. “My two daughters are doing a toy … more
Last night marked the opening of the holiday classic “Miracle on 34th Street” at the Rome Community Theater. We all know the store Santas are imposters — just actors in a red suit. Right? Kris … more
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