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  • Troy Brock Affirmed As New Rome Fire Chief

    The family of the new chief was on hand Monday night for the official pinning ceremony.

  • Richardson Agrees To Pay Back Bank Funds

    A hearing on the matter scheduled for Tuesday has been cancelled.

  • Local Couple Saved After Boating Disaster

    According to Al.com, Randy Rutledge of Rome and Rhonda Morgan Gilreath were in the water for two hours before being rescued after a storm hits during the Dauphin Island Boat Regatta in Alabama.

  • Gas Prices Rising

    Georgians are paying seven cents more on average than a week ago, according to Triple A

  • Remains Identified As Missing Woman

    Nearly a month after human remains were found in eastern Floyd County, a positive identification has been determined

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The family of the new chief was on hand Monday night for the official pinning ceremony.
A hearing scheduled for Tuesday on the matter has been cancelled.
The nineteenth annual We Remember Peace Officers Memorial Service will take place on May 8 to honor the heroes of our community.
Since 1993, the Rome Leadership Prayer Breakfast has brought the community together in Christian prayer.
The state wants $30,000 Derry Richardson withdrew from his bank after learning his assets would be seized.
Arrests include a man charged with burglary, a woman with dangerous drugs and a man with a controlled substance.
Prices are 7 cents higher in Georgia than last week.
According to Al.com, Randy Rutledge of Rome and Rhonda Morgan Gilreath were in the water for two hours before being rescued after a storm hits during the Dauphin Island Boat Regatta.
The 12th annual Clocktower Classic Handcycle Race series ended Saturday night with great weather conditions and even better wins.
As a way to wrap up Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Exchange Club of Rome held a panel Friday focusing on foster care and abuse prevention with a new initiative called C4.
Rome City Commissioners are expected to award a contract related to the North Rome SPLOST-funded sewer project when they meet Monday night.
Most recent reports as of Saturday, April 25, 2015.