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  • Two Injured In Tuesday Wreck

    Police and rescue crews responded to the accident at the intersection of Highway 27 South and Walker Mountain Road just after 1pm.

  • Disney Teacher Of The Year Rallies Local Teachers

    Floyd County System Teachers packed the Forum Tuesday to hear from nationally known teacher and author Ron Clark.

  • Missing Woman Found On Railroad Tracks

    Police are investigating how a 69-year-old woman ended on the railroad tracks near Cedar Avenue and East 12th Street.

  • Floyd EMS To Get New Ambulances

    The new vehicles, which will replace older units in the fleet, are expected to save money in maintenance and fuel costs.

  • Election Results Certified

    Candidates can now request a recount.

  • City Millage Rate Unchanged

    The tax millage rate was approved at 26.15 during the Rome City Commission meeting Monday.

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A 20-year-old man is charged with theft of stolen property from an incident occurring May 28.
A man and a woman are charged with burglary of a Fosters Mill Road business.
Police say a Toyota Avalon was t-boned by a Ford Ranger.
This was the second attempt by Melany Barrios to open the business.
An Atlanta-area man has been charged in connection with break-ins at several storage units in Gordon County.
Floyd County School System Teachers packed the Forum Tuesday to hear from nationally known teacher and author Ron Clark.
The woman, identified as 69-year-old Cheryl Harris, is being treated at Floyd Medical Center.
Candidates can now request a recount.
Monday, during a joint meeting of Floyd Healthcare Management, Floyd Healthcare Resources and the Hospital Authority of Floyd County, the request to purchase the ambulances was approved.
A Rome man was arrested around 5 pm on Monday after an attempted shoplifting incident and eating marijuana to hide it from police.
The tax millage rate was approved at 26.15 in the Rome City Commission meeting Monday.
Floyd County Schools educators are preparing to kick-off the school year with a new initiative to get students to graduation.