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  • Parole Hearing Scheduled For Judith Ann Neelley

    Neely was originally sentenced to die for the 1982 brutal slaying of Lisa Ann Millican in DeKalb County, Alabama. Neely is now set for a possible shot at freedom next month.

  • Construction On Burnett Ferry Road Now Complete

    Major improvements to the road were made possible through the 2013 Special-Purpose Local-Option Sales Tax funding passed by the citizens of Cave Spring, Rome and Floyd County.

  • One Dead, One Arrested Following Wednesday Wreck

    31-year old Joey Lee Floyd was arrested for 1st-degree homicide by vehicle early Thursday morning at Georgia 1 and Maple Street.

  • Initial Unemployment Claims Down Locally

    First-time unemployment claims in Floyd County fell by 105 from February to March and by 46 over the year.

  • Over Two Pounds Of Meth Seized In Adairsville

    Two have been arrested on multiple charges including trafficking methamphetamine.

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Police make several weekend arrests with charges ranging from burglary, theft by receiving stolen property, solicitation of sodomy and possession with the intent to distribute meth.
Neelley was originally sentenced to die for the 1982 brutal slaying of Lisa Ann Millican in DeKalb County, Alabama. Neely is now set for a possible shot at freedom next month.
It appears a small child accidentally engaged the engine and the vehicle struck 27-year-old Leesburg resident Kirsten Raelyn Pearson.
Many people gathered from all over the area to celebrate the lives lost to cancer at the American Cancer Society's 2018 Relay for Life.
A Rome man made a statement to police which ultimately caused his arrest after trespassing.
Construction to make major improvements Burnett Ferry Road include a piped drainage system, curb and gutter, and a 5-ft.-wide sidewalk on both sides of the road.
The City of Rome and the Transit Department announce “Ride with Your City Commissioners Day” on Tuesday, April 24 as part of “Customer Appreciation Day” festivities in celebration of Georgia Cities We
High Fire Danger has been listed for today from the National Weather Service in Peachtree City.
Members of the Rome City School system gathered at Rome High School for a reception celebrating this school year's Salutatorian and Valedictorian.
A Calhoun man and woman were arrested after Calhoun Police found over 3 lbs of meth and various other offenses.
Hometown Headlines reports that two burglaries have occurred within the last week at neighboring businesses at the Alto Plaza shopping center on Shorter Avenue (home of former West Rome IGA).
Area residents can safely dispose of old medications this Saturday at the Floyd County Jail.
The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life will take place tonight from 5 p.m. until midnight at Ridge Ferry Park.