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The Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc. has been named as a finalist in the CNY Tuesdays campaign underwritten by Alan Weitsman of Upstate Shredding. As a finalist, the foundation is competing … more
From littering and leaky hydrants, to addressing complaints from residents and giving an update on Rome Police body cameras, several issues were addressed at Wednesday’s Common Council meeting held … more
City councilors voiced overwhelming support for a 0% real property tax increase for the fifth consecutive year in the proposed $45.7 million city budget for 2022, that also calls for no increases in … more
A public hearing on the imposition of a moratorium on solar arrays within the city has been set for 6:50 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13. The Common Council scheduled and unanimously passed the public … more
Rome Lions Club is looking for young people in Rome to share their creative ideas on what peace means to them through its “We Are All Connected” 2021-22 Peace Poster Contest. The contest is an … more
A benefit has been planned for a Rome woman who spent eight months in the hospital and a Schenectady rehabilitation center, and continues to recover from COVID-19, to be held from 1-5 p.m. Saturday … more
Police Chief Kevin C. Beach defended his officers and department about not being “knowledgeable” or having the materials available for the public to file personnel complaints — part … more
Antonio Harris has never been the kind of guy to sit back and not do anything when there is someone or something in need.   Harris, aka Loyalty, a budding rapper and emcee, saw that Pinti … more
“District-wide, there are big things we are trying to move forward with,” said Rome Superintendent of Schools Peter C. Blake during a special meeting of the Board of Education on Monday. … more
Cinema Capitol, 230 W. Dominick St., has canceled the 2021 Manhattan Short Film Festival that was slated to run this weekend. Call 315-337-6277, or check the theater’s website,, … more
The Rome Family YMCA and the Rotary Club of Rome invite all families to participate in the free Family Fun Activity Challenge designed to get families engaged in physical and fun … more
Rome Alliance Church in partnership with Rome Community Job Fairs will host a Hiring Event and Community Volunteer Fair on Thursday, Sept. 30, at the Rome Alliance Church, 920 Turin St. The One Day … more
For the fifth consecutive year, there will be no general property tax increase in the city’s proposed $45.7 million 2022 budget presented by Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo to the Common Council … more
This summer, Sovena, USA of Rome – one of the largest olive oil companies in the world – participated in several local events to give back to the community, including the Rome Honor America Days, … more
Dollar Tree, Inc. will host an in-person hiring event at its U.S. 26 distribution centers on Thursday, Sept. 23, including on at the Dollar Tree & Family Dollar Distribution Warehouse at 847 … more
The Common Council will consider authorizing a public hearing on the imposition of a moratorium on solar arrays within the city during its next meeting to be held at7 p.m. Wednesday in Common Council … more
ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC, of Rome, has launched a new radio product called SPEARLink this fiscal quarter — whose success has company officials exploring development of “a manufacturing … more
To help mark Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month the local chapter of the Joe Niekro Foundation Brain Aneurysm Support Group will have a flag raising ceremony on Monday, Sept. 20, at 8:30 a.m. at Rome … more
Five Loaves Community Center has now found a home at Rome First United Methodist Church, 400 N. George St., helping to fill the nutritional needs of community members. Five Loaves Community Center is … more
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