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  • Floyd County Jail Inmate Dies

    Authorities say 47-year-old Kristi Michelle Parmer died Friday of natural causes.

  • New School Year Brings Students To Anna K. Davie

    The much anticipated opening of the new Anna K. Davie Elementary School took place this morning, as well as the opening of the South Rome Early Learning Center.

  • Cedartown Police Chief Discusses Recent Drug Bust

    On Wednesday, authorities in Polk County rounded up 22 suspects on drug-related offenses, mostly related to possession of methamphetamine.

  • WRGA To Broadcast Berry Football And Basketball

    Berry College has announced that WRGA will broadcast all of the Vikings' football games and numerous basketball games--for both men's and women's teams--this season. WRGA simulcasts on 98.7 FM and at 1470 AM in the Greater Rome area.

  • Rome City Commissioner Will Not Seek Re-election

    Kim Canada has announced he will not be seeking a 4th term.

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With Floyd County schools starting the school year this week, students and parents will see and experience some changes, especially in technology.
Several arrested for drug possession, terroristic threats and firearm possession.
Two months of road checked, concentrated patrols and car seat checks came to a close on Friday as Operation Rolling Thunder ended.
The man chosen to be the director of the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority is excited about his new job.
The woman is reported to be driving under the influence of alcohol while an 11-year-old child was in the car.
Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston and staff hosted a self defense seminar for students who will be attending college soon.
The event sponsored by the 100 Black Men of Rome and Northwest Georgia offers a number of free health screenings
It may be hot outside, but Restoration Lindale is already gearing up for the Christmas season.
A proclamation was recently read declaring Floyd County a Purple Heart County and a special ceremony will be held at the old Eastview Cemetery on Callier Springs Road.
47-year-old Kristi Michelle Parmer, who was being held on charges of aggravated assault and robbery, died Friday.
Marlon Keith Griffin, 18, is currently being held in jail.
Georgia Highlands College will officially hold an Inauguration Installation Ceremony for its fourth president Donald J. Green, Ed.D., on September 18 at 10 a.m. on the Rome campus.