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Grady Hill Silver was last seen on Thursday, January 17.
Recent heavy rainfall has caused significant runoff into streams and rivers which will cause flooding in some areas.
Several of their athletes will be representing Rome High School at the State Championships this year, as they finished their events with Georgia State qualifying times.
Through the Mini-Grant, the Calhoun Police Department works with other agencies to provide car seats and education to financially eligible families in Calhoun and Gordon County.
A Rome man is charged with possession of methamphetamine and three are arrested in Alabama for drug trafficking.
Gas prices in Georgia are holding steady after rising an average total of 6 cents in the past 10 days.
The designation means that Floyd Polk Medical Center, a critical access hospital, can stabilize injured patients, and if needed, to ensure they can safely be transferred to a higher level of care.
A man was lucky to escape serious injury in a single-vehicle rollover crash in the 4100 block of Highway 411 Monday afternoon.
It was a cold morning, but that didn't stop over a hundred from participating in the annual Freedom March up Broad Street to the Rome City Auditorium Monday.
First-time claims for unemployment insurance in Floyd County were down in December compared to November, according to the latest numbers from the Georgia Department of Labor.
With more than 30 Academy Awards and a trove of beloved characters such as Woody and Buzz Lightyear to his name, Pixar Co-Founder Ed Catmull will speak on Feb. 21 at Berry College.
The inductees are Renny Bryner, Amateur Athlete; Sally Echols, Lifetime Achievement Dr. Gary Graves, Lifetime Achievement; Jonathan Kilgo, Amateur Athlete; and David Mathis, Meritorious Service.
One person was airlifted another transported by ambulance following a two-vehicle wreck with entrapment on the East Rome Bypass at Turner Chapel Road Sunday.
A man is charged with felony criminal damage to property and a woman is charged with drug possession.
Rome City Schools would like to congratulate Cadet Aaron Loya of Rome High's AFJROTC on being selected as one of the 150 cadets to attend the Air Force JROTC Flight Academy.