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The city will soon begin to accept waste from dairy processor Chobani at the digester facility at 7180 E. Dominick St., following a vote by the Board of Estimate and Contract. The board, comprised of … more
The Michelle Adey Memorial Fund recently received a grant of $750 from the Stewart’s Holiday Match Program to help support its mission of helping children in our area.  The Stewart’s Holiday … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Development Committee will present a workshop with Bill Berthel entitled “Why Team Performance Matters: Performance Based Team Development” on … more
The Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St., is once again conducting its spring scrap metal drive, according to officials with the landmark Rome organization. Proceeds will go to the 90-year-old … more
The city is getting to work on the West Dominick Street Art Plaza this week — the Board of Estimate and Contact is expected to approve a $12,800 contract increase for the project this week, and … more
The Rome Art Association will hold a 60th anniversary Community Exhibition throughout the month of April, for members to showcase their artwork at participating area businesses. The purpose of the … more
The public can weigh in on proposed changes to the city’s zoning codes at a hearing before this week’s Common Council meeting. The seven-member body meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council … more
Some $16 million in capital improvements at Griffiss Business and Technology Park in Rome is among highlights cited by Mohawk Valley Edge, Oneida County’s main economic-development organization in … more
Herb Philipson’s is seeking a judge’s approval to take out its first loan since declaring bankruptcy in October, according to recent filings in federal court. The sporting goods retailer is … more
The Donate Life flag will fly over the Rome Memorial Hospital during April to highlight and raise awareness of National Organ Donation Month. Helping out at the hospital’s flag unveiling were … more
In addition to the children’s Easter Egg Hunt for those 5 and younger on April 17, the city will hold an adult Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 19 at 6 p.m. on the Griffo Green, 198 N. Washington … more
The Wednesday Morning Club concluded its 126th year with a closing reception and entertainment at the Delta Lake Inn on March 27. WMC President Susan Divine welcomed attending members and recognized … more
The Common Council tabled some tweaks to the city’s zoning code in its meeting last week, and will hear public input before voting on the changes in its next session. Councilors set a public … more
The city signed contracts worth more than $500,000 for bridge rehabilitation in this week’s meeting of the Board of Estimate and Contract. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, Common … more
With the early arrival of winter last year and due to the volume of leaves left behind, the City of Rome will resume its bulk leaf collection program April 15.  Containerwise green waste collection … more
The state Department of Environmental Conservation plans to pay for remediating the former Rome Cable site’s remaining contamination, saving the city money from a separate state grant that can go … more
Independent mayoral candidate Ronald Wagner will hold a “Meet the Candidate” event at Mohawk Valley Community College on Floyd Avenue on Tuesday, April 9 at 6 p.m. Wagner said the event will be … more
More details on the planned Copper City Loft “artist housing development” emerged in a presentation by project developer Kearney Group before the Common Council Wednesday night. The four-story, … more
The First Presbyterian Church Rome offers its next Unity Day Event on Saturday, March 30. Everyone is welcome to attend the “Addiction in Our Community” forum. Doors open at 10 a.m. and the … more
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