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      • Georgia Continues To See Strong Job Numbers

        Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Georgia once again set records for employed residents, labor force and jobs for June, continuing a trend from recent months.

      • Man Found Guilty Of Murdering His Mother

        A Rome man is sentenced to life plus five years for the stabbing death of his mother in December of 2016.

      • One Dead Following Wreck On Kingston Highway

        The Floyd County Police responded to a single-vehicle accident around noon Tuesday on Kingston Highway near Mizpah Church.

      • Church Safety And Security Summit Coming In August

        The Floyd County Sheriff's Office has teamed up with local non-profit organizations and businesses to host a free Church Safety and Security Summit.

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      Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Georgia once again set records for employed residents, labor force and jobs for June, continuing a trend from recent months.
      The walk is Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at Bridgepoint Plaza.
      As of 5 p.m., most of the power had been restored and most traffic lights are working again.
      According to Floyd County Jail records, 29-year old Terina Marie Hooes began to stab a man with a knife during an argument on Reeceburg Road.
      Avoid Maple Road in Lindale at the railroad tracks. A train is stopped, and the crossing arms are messed up. Traffic is at a standstill.
      The Rome-Floyd Recycling Center is hosting an Electronics Recycling Event on Saturday at the Recycling Center in North Rome at 405 Watters Street.
      A flare gun was found on a convicted felon and a Shannon man reportedly caused an accident while on a go-cart.
      A Summerville man was arrested this past weekend after passing motorists on Highland Ave with a knife in his possession.
      Rome City Schools has announced new times for the school day starting with all city elementary schools starting at 7:45 a.m. Rome Middle and High school times will also change.
      Adairsville Police was flagged down to an alleged sexual assault this past Saturday, and now have the reported suspect in custody awaiting proceedings.
      Butler Properties pull out of American Legion Site and partial Shorter University land located on Shorter Ave.
      Suspicious person call leads to drug arrest in Summerville.
      The Floyd County Board of Education has selected two potential sites for a new Pepperell Middle School.
      A man is charged with cruelty to children and two people are charged with criminal damage to property in separate incidents.
      A Rome man is sentenced to life plus five years for the stabbing death of his mother in December of 2016.