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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
Members of the Common Council will hear from the downstate real estate firm Kearney Group about their plans for a $16.6 million state-of-the-art apartment complex on West Dominick Street ahead of … more
City Hall hopes to have the Liberty-George parking garage demolished by June 21, according to a notice posted on the official city Facebook page Monday. “While some of the preliminary work has … more
The Common Council will review proposed changes to the city’s code, including tweaks to zoning at Griffiss, in its meeting this week. The seven-member body meets 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council … more
A free and open to the public presentation on News Literacy and Evaluating Sources, given by Syracuse University Professor Thomas Boll,  will be held on Saturday, March 30 at the Jervis Public … more
Girls and women from across the city and region gathered recently to mark national Girls and Women in Sport Day at a breakfast gathering on March 16, organized by the Rome Sports Hall of Fame and … more
Revere Copper Products is coming out against two state proposals aimed at limiting industrial pollution. The Rome-based manufacturer held a press conference this morning with representatives from the … more
The maker of an app that lets construction contractors make precise job estimates in the field, and an Oneida company behind live drone video streaming were the big winners in Thursday evening’s … more
The Rome Academy of Sciences is seeking nominations for the Class of 2019 to join the Rome Science Hall of Fame. The hall aims to recognize and honor persons, past and present, who have contributed … more
The Rome Sports Hall of Fame and Museum has received a $1,250 donation from the Stewart’s Shops Holiday Match Program. “We are extremely grateful to the Stewart’s Foundation and their customers … more
The Salvation Army, 410 W. Dominick St., is taking applications for its summer drop-in program, the organization has announced. The program, for elementary school-aged children, runs Monday through … more
The Rome Democratic Committee unveiled its endorsements for city candidates last week, throwing its support behind mayoral candidate David Halpin. No other Democrat had publicly signalled their … more
The organization overseeing the drone-testing corridor between Griffiss International Airport and Syracuse has implemented an air-traffic-control system for unmanned aircraft, a step said to greatly … more
Sporting goods retailer Herb Philipson’s will mark its first year under Guy Viti’s ownership Thursday, as it continues to restructure under Chapter 11. Viti, a long-time Herb’s employee, … more
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