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  • One Dead In Ward Mountain Road Wreck

    Floyd County Coroner Barry Henderson has confirmed one person died in a single-vehicle wreck on Ward Mountain Road Wednesday afternoon.

  • Bekaert Ups Its Investment

    The company will now spend 29-million dollars to modernize its facility instead of 25-million.

  • A Possible Armed Robbery Attempt

    The Turner McCall Boulevard store is the same one that was robbed two weeks ago. This time the clerk spotted the suspect outside the store.

  • Floyd County Detectives Make Arson Arrest

    Jason Mull is accused of setting fire to his residence on Sunday morning.

  • City Commission To Consider Water And Sewer Rate I

    The Rome Water and Sewer Committee is recommending a rate increase for next year, but it will not be as big as what was suggested in a 2013 study.

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A 16-year old Model High School student was killed in a single-vehicle wreck Wednesday afternoon on Ward Mountain Road.
The road is closed just north of its intersection of Wayside Road due to wreck.
Gordon County Deputies also discover indoor marijuana crop while investigating the alleged assault.
Internationally acclaimed soprano Indra Thomas will be joined by pianist Sandra Lutters, whose opera career spans more than 30 years, as they present a concert at Shorter University on Monday, Oct. 27
Man arrested for having stolen car, another arrested at Johns Mountain for smoking meth and police investigate bullet holes at a Maple Road business.
A 31-year old Alabama woman was jailed in Floyd County Wednesday, accused of stealing more than 33-thousand dollars from a local business.
A Kingston man was arrested around 10 a.m. on Tuesday for allegedly setting another man on fire.
Broad Street might see some major infrastructure changes to make room for bike lanes.
Patrick Seaborn Zimmerman was wrongly arrested on drug charges and spent about six months in jail.
Shorter University Criminal Justice major Chad Wilson says he feels a distinct calling to make positive impact on the lives of Americas youth.
The Renasant Bank at 420 Old Mill Road in Cartersville was robbed at around 9:22 a.m. Tuesday.