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  • Forum Management Agreement Approved

    Safari Hospitality will assume management of the Forum on August 1.

  • Rome BOE Member Judy Sims Passes Away

    She had served on the BOE since 1984

  • Residential Development Underway In South Rome

    Laurel Street Residential and the South Rome Redevelopment Corporation project are teaming up for the project.

  • City Approves 1.4 Mill Property Tax Increase

    Following a final public hearing, the Rome City Commission voted Monday night to raise the millage rate, but not by as much as had been advertised.

  • Rome City Schools Start Friday

    Here are some important dates to remember.

  • Floyd Courts Getting New Case Management System

    The Floyd County Commission has given the go-ahead for new case management system for the superior, juvenile and magistrate courts.

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A woman says her cell phone was taken.
Nothing was taken in the alleged attempted robbery.
Kenneth Lyndon Dodson was arrested in Cartersville.
Voters in Gordon, Bartow and Polk Counties went to the polls Tuesday to decide runoff contests.
The new software would allow the local courts to interface with other offices across the state and would make court cases available online.
Floyd County residents will not be seeing a property tax increase.
Safari Hospitality will take over management of the Forum on August 1.
Laurel Street Residential and the South Rome Redevelopment Corporation are teaming up for the project.
A Rome man is facing drug charges after his arrest on Monday night.
Sims served on the BOE since 1984.
Student scores for the 2016 administration of the Georgia Milestones Assessment System show increases in most subject areas.
The event will benefit the Faith and Deeds Community Health that provides free basic health services for adults and children.
Following a final public hearing, the Rome City Commission voted Monday night to raise the millage rate, but not by as much as had been advertised.
Churches will adopt an officer who patrols its neighborhood and "Surround them in prayer," according to Pastor Rondie Goode with Kingdon Church International.
Keiley Rowland, a senior at Coosa High School, has been selected as a member of the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band
Georgia Northwestern Technical College students Austin Hill and Stephanie Morris are the winners of the $2,000 Grainger Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship.
This summer's seat belt usage rate has increased 2% since this time last year.
According to Sheriff Clark Millsap, arrest warrants have been issued for an individual in the Monday, July 18th 2016, homicide investigation.