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As spring approaches, City Hall is reminding residents to keep their lawns and landscaping within the city’s codes. In a release from the Codes Enforcement Office, city officials said that … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its 28th annual silent auction fundraiser for Honor America Days on Friday, March 15, from 5:30 to 10 p.m. at Teugega Country Club. The public is invited … more
A team from Rome’s Staley Elementary School is scheduled to take part in the 11th annual National Archery in the Schools Program tournament at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse Friday. The … more
The city will make another move toward the demolition of the Liberty-George Parking Garage demolition project in this week's Common Council meeting. The seven-member body meets Thursday at 7 p.m. in … more
March is membership month at the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce, and businesses who join now will receive several special perks, according to a chamber announcement. In addition to all the usual … more
Jervis Public Library will host 2018 tax preparation assistance with United Way for qualified filers every Saturday in March from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the former computer lab. Registration is … more
Jervis Public Library Director Lisa Matte has issued her annual report to the community for 2018. The library launched several new programs and services last year, including: Books for Babies at Rome … more
Peterpaul Recreation Park, the iconic site for go-karts, bumper boats and batting cages, is up for sale for the second time in as many years. The park’s owners, Matt and Kristin Sneed, announced … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce will hold an informational meeting on its November trip to Tuscany on Tuesday, March 19 at 5:30 p.m., chamber officials have announced. The chamber is planning a … more
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life will kick off its new fundraising season with an event from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 12 at the Delta Lake Inn on Fish Hatchery Road. The community is … more
The Rome YMCA is asking members of the community to complete a quick survey to gauge interest in new programming options. Y staff are interested in both adult and youth perspectives, and there are … more
JCPenney will close 27 stores this year, but not the Rome location in the Freedom Plaza on Erie Boulevard West. That store will stay open. The closings include 18 full-line department stores and … more
City Hall and Rome Main Streets Alliance are partnering up for the second season of the Downtown Market on the Griffo Green, 198 N. Washington St., beginning on June 5 and running every Wednesday … more
A 19th century homestead in a rural part of Rome and vacant for several years after being used by state agencies is likely going to a distant relative of the last family to live there. Four bids were … more
The city will sell two west Rome properties to contractor Brian J. Townsend, following a vote at the Common Council’s Thursday night meeting. Councilors approved the … more
Phase two of the city’s water main expansion project is complete, following a vote by the Board of Estimate and Contract this week. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, Common Council … more
HOLLAND PATENT — Foothills Rural Food Pantry, Sarah’s Pet Pantry and the Country Corner Thrift Shop, all operated by parishioners of the Holland Patent Presbyterian Church, are announcing their … more
Vendors for the city’s Downtown Market on the Griffo Green, 198 N. Washington St., had their first meeting of the year this month to discuss the upcoming season, according to officials. The market … more
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