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The holiday season in Rome will officially kick off tonight (Wednesday, Nov. 21) with the lighting of the city’s Christmas tree on the corner of West Court and North James streets. Santa and Mrs. … more
Rome residents in the area of the former DeWitt Clinton School are invited to an informational meeting with the development team working to turn that site into an apartment complex. The meeting will … more
On Saturday, Nov. 24, Fort Stanwix National Monument will host its annual Holiday Open House. This special event highlights the winter traditions of the residents of 18th Century and the Mohawk … more
In the coming weeks, Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will serve as a collection point for several community outreach efforts – Cell Phones for Soldiers, a Christmas toy drive and a … more
Worthington Industries’ Rome facility partnered with the local Feed Our Vets organization to conduct a food drive at its site, the company said. During the drive, which was September-November, … more
The city’s Code Enforcement office is going green — with some help from New York State. The department has replaced its vehicle fleet with three new electric hybrid Chevrolet Volts, paid for … more
Jervis Public Library will serve as a collection point for various community outreach efforts over the coming weeks, according to a library announcement. The library will accept donations for the … more
The Capitol Arts Complex and Copper City Brewing Company are inviting charitable organizations and the public to “Lights, Camera, Music” on Tuesday, Nov. 27 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the brewery’s … more
Wintry weather is back, as the first snowstorm of the season — a nor’easter — blanketed Rome in around six inches of the white stuff overnight and into the morning — closing schools and … more
The Board of Estimate and Contract will meet in a special session on Friday, Nov. 16 at 8:30 a.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, 198 N. Washington St. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline … more
Sporting goods retailer Herb Philipson’s, in collaboration with the Compassion Coalition of Utica, is reprising its annual winter coat drive. Beginning on Friday, Nov. 16 and lasting through … more
The Rome Rescue Mission is 500 turkeys short of reaching their needs for this year’s Thanksgiving Basket and Banquet program, according to a release from the organization. In addition to the … more
The Common Council approved sweeping changes to the city’s trash pickup policy and recognized the RFA Marching Band’s recent success in its Wednesday night meeting. The revisions to the city’s … more
In collaboration with Miss Teen New York International 2019 and Rome resident Arlena Occhipinti, Jervis Public Library will be a collection site for a Christmas Toy Drive to benefit the Golisano … more
Copperccino’s Coffee House is open — with a goal of helping to perk up the city’s downtown. At 254 W. Dominick St., the venue is serving locally sourced coffee and sweets. Free Wi-Fi is … more
Three bridges in Rome will receive nearly $4 million in state funding through a program to renew and modernize bridges across New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday. The bridge on Floyd Avenue … more
Rome Cemetery will partner with Wreaths Across America to place Christmas wreaths on the graves of veterans in a ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15. The cost to sponsor a wreath is $15, and the cemetery … more
Long-vacant, the former DeWitt Clinton Elementary School, 423 Ann St., in south Rome is coming down. Demolition began in earnest this week, according to LeCesse Construction project superintendent … more
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