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On Thursday, another 63 voters cast ballots in person at the Floyd County Elections Office downtown.
More than 45 current and former Georgia Department of Corrections officers and contract correctional officers, mostly in South Georgia, have been charged in seven separate federal indictments.
Even though this has been a relatively mild flu season, health officials are starting to see cases of influenza beginning to escalate.
The Rome Public Works and Transit Committee has approved an ordinance regarding personal transportation vehicles in Downtown Rome.
Lindale woman is charged with cruelty to children.
The incident happened at a Martha Berry Boulevard motel.
College earns honor for third consecutive year.
Joyce Hardin Garrard, who reportedly forced her 9-year old granddaughter to run until she collapsed and eventually died, is now reportedly brain dead following a massive heart attack.
More Republican ballots than Democratic ballots have been cast during the opening days of early voting.
Julia Russell is seeking to rename Gibbons Street for her late husband Rev. Nim Russell.
Charges range from theft by taking and making false statements to perjury and methamphetamine.
Sheriff Deputies found an Alzheimer's patient who has been missing since the end of January.
The current plan is to improve intersections and eventually the four laning of the highway.
The GBI Crime Lab has positively identified the body found last Friday behind GB&T Bank off May Street in Calhoun as Roy G. Brown of Cobb County.
Rome City and Floyd County Schools are open today. Gordon County Schools are closed.