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  • Autopsy Scheduled For Murder Victim

    An autopsy is expected to be conducted today on a 22-year-old man who was shot to death in downtown Rome early Sunday morning.

  • Wendys Rezoning Denied

    Residents of the Cooper Drive area packed City Hall to oppose the application.

  • Floyd Commission Approves Bump In SWAT Pay

    During the meeting, county commissioners agreed to an increase in pay for members of the SWAT team, bomb squad and CRBNE team.

  • Rome To Get First Accountability Court

    Governor Nathan Deal has talked for several years about accountability courts which are courts that target a certain type of offender such as DUI offenders or a mentally ill person.

  • Romans Remember The Fallen At Ridgeferry Park

    In a crowd of people gathered to honor those who died fighting for our freedom, one mother knew what it was like to make the ultimate sacrifice.

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A third suspect accused of terrorism is expected to enter a plea in U.S. District Court in Rome on Thursday, two days after his codefendants entered guilty pleas.
Police make several arrests, including one man who is charged with sexual battery.
An autopsy is expected to be conducted today on a 22-year-old man who was shot to death in downtown Rome early Sunday morning.
Resident Bill Wofford wanted a special use permit for four hens to provide fresh eggs to eat and compost for his garden.
The Rome Judicial Circuit is poised to get its first accountability court beginning next year, according to Superior Court Judge Jack Niedrach.
During the meeting, county commissioners agreed to an increase in pay for members of the SWAT team, bomb squad and CRBNE team.
Plans for a new Wendys on Cooper Drive got a frosty reception during the Rome City Commission meeting Tuesday.
Georgia Highlands College is holding a book sale this week at the Rome campus to benefit student scholarships.
Reports include a man charged for stealing a car, a man charged for damaging a car and a man admitting to police he had drugs on his person.
A man remains in jail after allegedly stalking a woman Saturday.
A Rome woman remains in the Floyd County Jail for allegedly driving under the influence with children in the car.
Clinic's GI lab receives certificate of Excellence in Professionalism for 2015 from American Board of Certification for Gastroenterology Nurses