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Everyone to buckle up their seat belts and life vests because State Troopers and Game Wardens will be out in full force as the summer travel and boating seasons begin.
The Georgia Department of Transportation is suspending construction-related lane closures on all interstate and major state system highways to ease Memorial Day weekend traffic congestion.
First-time claims for unemployment insurance in Rome have declined by 35% over the year, according to the latest numbers from the Georgia Department of Labor.
Whitfield Murray Campus To Add New 80,000-square foot facility
The makers of a podcast series are asking the court to reverse a Floyd County judge's ruling and allow them not only to inspect the audio recordings they requested but also to copy them.
The ban, which has been implemented each summer since 2005, prohibits citizens and businesses from burning yard and land-clearing debris from May 1 through September 30.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced today that Metro Rome’s unemployment rate in March was 5.3 percent, down four-tenths of a percentage point from 5.7 percent in February.
Georgia Highlands College will be holding a special groundbreaking event at its Cartersville site on Wednesday at 11 a.m. for its new academic building.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced today that the state’s unemployment rate decreased to 5.1 percent in March, down two-tenths of a percentage point from 5.3 percent in February.
Woodstock Police request the public's assistance in locating Otis Nixon.
The storms on Monday and the potential for severe weather on Wednesday serve as a reminder of the importance of having an emergency plan.
The Rome area and counties to the north are now considered a slight risk for severe weather today, according to the latest update from the National Weather Service.
The Georgia Department of Labor's Rome Career Center will host a recruitment for 2Work Staffing to hire 30 metal inert gas welders to work in Rome.
The suspects were identified as Basil Eleby, Sophia Broner and Barry Thomas.
Southbound traffic from I-75 is not being allowed onto I-85 northbound. You must use 75/85 southbound.