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Store was evacuated for a short period of time due to possible gas leak.
The Joint Study Committee on Critical Transportation Infrastructure Funding held its final meeting at the Forum in Rome Thursday.
The fire department has not released the building back to company officials.
Teens at Pepperell High School are trying to reverse the trend of teen drivers being the source of bad press in their community because of tragic driving deaths due to crashes involving texting, speed
A 19-year old Rome man is facing charges of burglary and theft by taking following his arrest Wednesday.
According to records at the Floyd County Jail, James Rutledge Cato, of a Simpson Drive address, told the victims that he was going to get a gun and kill them.
Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says October job growth was the biggest since May 2008.
The fire was at the Rome campus; classes will resume as scheduled.
Rec Authority Executive Director Richard Garland walks out after heated exchange with Floyd County Commissioner Garry Fricks.
Residents have been allowed to return home following the fire, which could be seen for miles away.
James Perry Scott, was sentenced Tuesday to 40 years, 20 to serve, with the remainder on probation.
On Wednesday, the Rome City Finance Committee got a look at the draft budget, which is balanced, and the General Fund is .1-percent under last year.
Wreck happened just before midnight.
Stephen Michael Hipple has been in the Floyd County Jail on child molestation charges since July.