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The Board of Estimate and Contract renewed its agreement with insurance consultant USI in its first meeting of the new year. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, Common Council President … more
The Common Council explained its reasoning before voting to pass changes to the city’s electrical, building and street vendor codes in its Wednesday night meeting. Councilors passed a wholesale … more
Revere Copper Products of Rome has won the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority’s 2018 Recycling Champion Award in recognition of the company taking the initiative to reduce its solid waste stream … more
Rome Catholic School came in first place among elementary schools and Remsen Junior-Senior High among middle and high schools in the third annual Plastic Film Recycling Challenge, the Oneida-Herkimer … more
The site plan for the propsed Hannaford Supermarket at 801 Cypress St. was approved by the city Planning Board in its first meeting of 2019. The five-member volunteer body re-elected Mark Esposito as … more
The city Parks and Recreation Department will hold its 10th annual “Sweet Heart Couples Dance,” open to all children under 12 and their parent/guardians, on Friday, Feb. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the … more
The Common Council is expected to vote on some sweeping changes to the city’s codes in its first meeting of 2019. The seven-member body meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council chambers at City … more
The Rome Sentinel Company has purchased the Boonville Herald, a weekly newspaper, announced Sentinel company Associate Publisher Bradley R. Waters. Published on Wednesdays, the Herald will join the … more
The Rome YMCA will begin a fundraising campaign for its new facility in coming months, and is hoping to relocate by 2021 or 2022, according to CEO Hank Leo. The non-profit is planning to build a … more
The city is seeking qualified contractors to assist with Business Assistance Fund projects through the Downtown Revitalization Initiative, according to a release from City Hall Friday. “On behalf … more
Though the Beeches Inn and Restaurant has closed up shop, the fate of its iconic wolf statue is uncertain — yet again, although it appears relatively safe and secure for the time being. Two … more
A free bully prevention seminar for the community will be offered Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10:30 a.m.-noon at Side Kicks Karate, 2009 N. James St. The event, for parents and children, is geared to … more
At their swearing-in ceremony, state Sen. Joe Griffo and new Assembly member Marianne Buttenschon managed to avoid politically charged questions this morning. It helped that it’s only half way … more
The city will host informational meetings on the Business Assistance Fund, a development grant program through Rome’s state Downtown Revitalization Initiative award, according to a release from … more
A presentation for “An Overview of Metal Detecting in Central New York” will be offered Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Rome Historical Society auditorium, 200 Church St., announced the … more
The Indoor Playground at Pinti Field on Sixth Street is now open for the season. The Recreation Department’s award-winning facility is designed to encourage play and to help stimulate motor, … more
While Friday’s Daily Sentinel contained an article with an internet link for business assistance funding qualifications under the DRI, city officials have since clarified that the link is not yet … more
The Rome Sports Hall of Fame & Museum has received a $250 grant from the Anne M. and Carl A. Panasci Family Fund for general support. The grant was made at the recommendation of a fund advisor … more
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