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In keeping with social distancing guidelines due to coronavirus, the 8:30 a.m. Thursday city Board of Estimate and Contract meeting can be heard via audio livestream, according to the city. The … more
The Griffin Charitable Foundations have been reaching out to numerous non-profit groups in recent weeks to assess their strain due to the spread of COVID-19. Many sites, officials with the … more
For the local agriculture community, produce growers are finding ways to move forward amid massive shut downs designed to flatten the curve when it comes to the spread of coronavirus. In a Tuesday … more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., is reminding the surrounding community that while the majority of staff are not reporting to the library building, that doesn’t mean patrons can’t … more
A meeting agenda for the Rome Common Council meetings have been released for this week. This time, there are changes as all meetings will now be conducted through an audio livestream due to social … more
For most people, COVID-19 symptoms can be managed at home, according to Rome Memorial Hospital Chief Medical Officer Andrew Bushnell, MD. “The vast majority of people in the community who contract … more
Rome Memorial Hospital is submitting its surge plan to increase capacity by 50 percent to the state Department of Health today in preparation of an increase in critically-ill patients from the … more
Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, WellNew Urgent Care, with offices in Rome, Oneida, New Hartford and Utica, has expanded its telehealth platform — WellNow Virtual Medical. Beginning today, … more
Beginning today, all entrances at Rome Memorial Hospital will be closed on weekends, except the Emergency Department, which will remain open 24 hours a day for patient access. Access is being limited … more
BOONVILLE — Due to state-mandated health precautions, the Boonville Herald Office, at 105 E. Schuyler St., has been closed to the public until further notice; however operations are continuing as … more
Amid the near constant closures and changes that are upending the livelihoods of many, area small businesses are taking stock of their processes and operations and finding ways to carry on despite … more
Teams at Rome Memorial Hospital continue to have food delivered from local businesses to support the local economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Food was delivered from local staple, LaRoma Pizzeria … more
Today’s disbursement of Chromebooks to be used by Rome City School district students while studying at home has been cancelled according to the district. On Twitter this morning, Rome City School … more
The City of Rome Republican Committee has endorsed current City Clerk Jean Isom Grande for re-election, the committee has announced. “Grande has done an outstanding job in her first three years as … more
Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Chairman Wes Cupp is reminding member businesses to be alert, to make informed decisions, and to support one another, while asking local residents to continue … more
Area supermarkets are adjusting their hours to allow for cleaning and re-stocking during the coronavirus pandemic, and some are also offering a special senior hour: Dollar General Dollar General is … more
In the face of pandemic, hospitals need to help the sick, banks need to stay open, and the media needs to keep reporting the news. While the Rome Sentinel’s doors are closed to the general public, … more
Rome Rescue Mission, 413 E. Dominick St., is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak with continued services under certain protocols. The mission’s primary purpose and goal is the safety of staff, men, … more
While fears of coronavirus cancels events and temporarily closes businesses, places like Eddie’s Paramount Diner and the Savoy will work to keep on as much of a business-as-usual schedule as … more
The city of Rome is in a state of emergency after a declaration late Monday by Mayor Jacqueline M. lzzo. "Our office has been diligently reviewing directives issued by federal, state and county … more
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