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  • One Dead Following Early Morning Pursuit

    Police say that Darrius Campbell had a self-inflicted gunshot wound

  • 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.

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Terry Peace will be sentenced on August 7th on the charge of conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction.
Following the chase that ended on Alabama Highway, officers determined that Darrius Campbell had an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Tommy Atha will talk on the role beginning July 1.
Transportation committee approves plan that includes improved sidewalks and the connection of the local colleges with a trail system.
One person was injured in the wreck
Black Mercedes-Benz is taken.
Kim Graham begins his duties on June 1.
Work could begin soon on widening State Route 140 in Bartow County.
A police pursuit that began in the city ended near the Inland plant in Coosa after the vehicle police were chasing crashed.
The rate is 6.5 percent, the lowest since June 2008.
The Rome Redevelopment Committee will get an update on plans for the former Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital property Thursday afternoon.
Arrests include charges ranging from terroristic threats and acts to credit card and check fraud.