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  • Cave Spring Hoping For SIlver Comet Trail Link

    Rogers Williams, 14th Congressional District Representative on the State Transportation Board, heard from supporters of a safe bicycle path from Cave Spring to Cedartown on Friday.

  • County Schools Addressing Bus Driver Shortage

    Sam Sprewell, Chief of Operations for the school system, told the Floyd County Board of Education Thursday there are currently six vacancies and hopefully those will be filled soon.

  • Person Of Interest Sought In Bike Trail Robbery

    Rome Police have released a picture of a person of interest in connection with a robbery earlier this month on the bike trail near the river and Turner McCall Boulevard.

  • Rome Wins Award For Zombie-thon 5K

    Rome was one of 13 communities in Georgia to win an award during the annual Georgia Downtown Conference Awards of Excellence ceremony.

  • Work On Downtown Visitor Center Could Start Soon

    Bids will be opened Friday related to work on a new satellite visitor center in Downtown Rome.

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Rogers Williams, 14th Congressional District Representative on the State Transportation Board, heard from supporters of a safe bicycle path from Cave Spring to Cedartown on Friday.
Shooting happened at 12:30 this morning at a Resaca residence.
Four people arrested on drug charges.
Costs for new fire and burglar alarms at the Sara Hightower Regional Library are estimated to be about $135,000.
Superintendent Dr. Jeff McDaniel told the board of education during a work session Thursday that the decrease was not unexpected.
Police responded to a home on North Broad Street that was burglarized sometime between 3 and 5:30 pm on Wednesday.
A man ran down Martha Berry Highway in his boxers to recover his wallet from a supposed thief around 4:30 pm on Wednesday, according to reports.
Two men were arrested for stealing a gate around 12:30 on Thursday.
An Atlanta man was arrested in Rome on Thursday after attempting to bribe a driver services employee.
Sam Sprewell, Chief of Operations for the school system, told the Floyd County Board of Education Thursday there are currently six vacancies and hopefully those will be filled soon.
Steven Eller and Tammy Murphy were standing trial in connection with the death of their roommate in March 2013.
The program assists low-income clients in a wide range of civil matters.