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  • GSBA To Assist In Superintendent Search

    On Tuesday, the board voted to approve the $7,000 contract with Georgia School Boards Association.

  • Agencies Come Together To Talk About Prison Reform

    It's the third part of Governor Nathan Deal's prison reform initiative.

  • Man Arrested On Pornography Charge

    Clinton Briggs Miller allegedly had videos of underage girls on his phone.

  • AAA: Labor Day Gas Prices Lowest In A Decade

    Prices of oil continues to stay low as we approach the unofficial last weekend of summer.

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This is the third part of Governor Nathan Deal's prison reform efforts.
According to warrants at the Floyd County Jail, 26-year-old Clinton Briggs Miller had several pictures and videos of under-aged females engaged in sexual acts on his phone.
On Tuesday, the board voted to approve the $7,000 contract with Georgia School Boards Association.
Charles Lamar Forrester is charged with terroristic threats and acts.
Four people have qualified for Ward 3 in the City of Rome to run for election or reelection.
The latest report from the Receiver in the case of a former a Floyd County School System employee shows little change from the previous month.
CVCU won the 2015 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award in its asset size for the state of Georgia.
The Tony E. Warren Cancer Center will host a Marrow Registry Drive in association with bethematch.org.
Several facing drug charges.
With the Labor Day weekend fast approaching, the Rome Police Department would like to remind everyone to keep safety inmind while planning their holiday festivities.
Stephen Michael Hipple is also serving time in state prison on an aggravated sodomy charge.
During a called meeting Monday, the board heard a proposal from Trudy Sowar with the GSBA.