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  • Troy Brock Affirmed As New Rome Fire Chief

    The family of the new chief was on hand Monday night for the official pinning ceremony.

  • Richardson Agrees To Pay Back Bank Funds

    A hearing on the matter scheduled for Tuesday has been cancelled.

  • Local Couple Saved After Boating Disaster

    According to Al.com, Randy Rutledge of Rome and Rhonda Morgan Gilreath were in the water for two hours before being rescued after a storm hits during the Dauphin Island Boat Regatta in Alabama.

  • Gas Prices Rising

    Georgians are paying seven cents more on average than a week ago, according to Triple A

  • Remains Identified As Missing Woman

    Nearly a month after human remains were found in eastern Floyd County, a positive identification has been determined

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The ordinance comes following the signing of a new recreation agreement with Floyd County, and deals mostly with the makeup of the recreation authority.
The family of the new chief was on hand Monday night for the official pinning ceremony.
A hearing scheduled for Tuesday on the matter has been cancelled.
The nineteenth annual We Remember Peace Officers Memorial Service will take place on May 8 to honor the heroes of our community.
Since 1993, the Rome Leadership Prayer Breakfast has brought the community together in Christian prayer.
The state wants $30,000 Derry Richardson withdrew from his bank after learning his assets would be seized.
Arrests include a man charged with burglary, a woman with dangerous drugs and a man with a controlled substance.
Prices are 7 cents higher in Georgia than last week.
According to Al.com, Randy Rutledge of Rome and Rhonda Morgan Gilreath were in the water for two hours before being rescued after a storm hits during the Dauphin Island Boat Regatta.
The 12th annual Clocktower Classic Handcycle Race series ended Saturday night with great weather conditions and even better wins.
As a way to wrap up Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Exchange Club of Rome held a panel Friday focusing on foster care and abuse prevention with a new initiative called C4.
Rome City Commissioners are expected to award a contract related to the North Rome SPLOST-funded sewer project when they meet Monday night.