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  • Rome And Floyd Must Remit Sales Tax Funds To State

    Officials say the accounting error by a local industry will cost Rome, Cave Spring, Floyd County and the school systems millions.

  • Latest Report Filed In Richardson Case

    According to the monthly report from Receiver Brian Bojo, Derry Richardson has a net asset value of $938,352.18.

  • One Dead In Wednesday Wreck

    Authorities have identified the person killed as Clayton Green of Silver Creek.

  • School System Responds To Ethics Complaint

    A news release from the Floyd County School System said the complaint is based on false and unfounded allegations and blatant misrepresentations.

  • Transportation Funding Act Takes Effect This Week

    Georgia motorists will be paying a little more at the pump come Wednesday.

  • Barn Fire Near Cave Spring

    Firefighters spent around 5 and a half hours Monday night at the scene of a barn fire on Angel Road, which is off Highway 411 between Cave Spring and the Alabama State Line.

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Sergeants James Womack, Cynthina Baxter and Deputy Miranda Sheppard helped search a missing 11-year-old and 4-year-old in Rome on Sunday, June 29.
The warning includes portions of Floyd, Chattooga and Walker counties.
Arrested include two brothers who got into a fight, a man charged in a motorcycle chase in May and a man charged with felony shoplifting.
The Georgia Department of Revenue has informed finance officials of local Rome and Floyd County governments of a sales tax refund request settlement that will require the community to remit funds back
The Rome-Floyd County Planning Commission is recommending approval of an amendment to the Unified Land Development Code to allow home offices in commercial and business zoning districts.
Injuries are reported and HAZMAT has been called.
Jeffrey Don Hughes, who is the owner of Hair Depot in Summerville is out on $35,000 bond.
Activities will begin Friday with the opening of the swimming pool, live music and fireworks.
Employees say a similar incident happened in Hiram.
You can vote for Krige Schabort at espngo.com.
Arrests include a man charged with felony marijuana possession, and a teen arrested for drugs following a fight.
According to arrest reports at the Floyd County Jail, Tyrease Rashun Creamer identified himself as a police officer to the victim and a witness then would not leave them leave.