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Denny’s restaurant at 200 S. James Street shut its doors for undisclosed reasons this weekend, though management hopes to reopen by Monday night. Management told the Sentinel this morning it was … more
Tickets are now available through local ticket outlets for Drum Corps International’s 2019 Summer Tour scheduled for Drums Along the Mohawk, to be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1 at Rome Free … more
The Rome Rotary Club in partnership with the Rome Historical Society will hold its Independence Day Observance at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 4, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers of the American … more
The summer concert series at City Hall kicks off on Monday, July 8 at 6 p.m., according to an announcement by city officials. The first show will feature the local acts Baddog and 24/7. Food trucks … more
The Fort Bull Research Group will host a walking tour of Fort Bull on Sunday, July 14 at 1 p.m. The group will meet at the Rome Sports Hall of Fame parking lot, 5790 Rome-New London Road. The tour is … more
The iconic downtown mural depicting Brigadier General Peter Gansevoort on horseback will be repainted with a new image, according to Realtor and property owner Michael … more
The Center for Family Life and Recovery opened a new Rome location at 510 Erie Blvd. West on Thursday. The organization’s mission is to “transform the lives of individuals and families” … more
Fort Stanwix will commemorate the Fourth of July on Thursday with a series of events to help mark the nation’s 243rd birthday. Public readings of the Declaration of Independence will take place at … more
The Planning Board will hear from Bonacio Construction on the firm’s plans for a $20 million housing complex on Griffiss in its July meeting. The 5-member volunteer body will convene on Tuesday at … more
The Rome Free Academy Class of 1974 will hold its 45-year reunion on Saturday, Aug. 24, with a buffet dinner at the Delta Lake Inn, 8534 Fish Hatchery Road. The event will begin with a cash bar at 6 … more
Assured Information Security, a Griffiss-based tech firm, has expanded to encompass a new office building at 160 Brooks Road, across from its headquarters. The company’s SecureView team, which was … more
Drivers may soon face a smoother commute, as the city has finalized its list of streets to be resurfaced this summer. The $1,877,841.31 contract with Dolomite Products … more
City Hall plans to spend nearly $2 million on street resurfacing this summer, following a vote by the Board of Estimate and Contract Thursday morning. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. … more
The Recreation Department and the Rome Sports Hall of Fame are hosting the 2019 Perry Nizzi Summer Soccer Camp for children ages 5-12 from July 8-12 at Rome Free Academy Stadium. The day camp will … more
Rome will receive signage courtesy of the state to direct walkers of the Empire State Trail through the city. Deputy Director of Community and Economic Development Matthew Andrews told the Common … more
Hardware distributor Orgill is seeking an incentive package worth nearly $15 million on real estate taxes to build a distribution center in Rome for a project estimated to cost about $71.2 million. … more
The Department of Public Works will postpone green waste pickup on Thursday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. Thursday’s green waste route will be traveled on Friday, July 5. more
Father Sean P. O’Brien will take over as pastor at St. Peter’s/St. Mary’s Parish on Aug. 1, the Syracuse Diocese announced Wednesday evening. Father O’Brien currently heads St. Matthew’s in … more
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