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  • Bekaert Update

    Officials at Bekaert are aiming for a limited restart in some areas of the plant in December.

  • Buck Named Rome School Superintendent

    On Wednesday, the Rome Board of Education voted to name Dr. Mike Buck as the new superintendent.

  • City Commission Discusses Recreation Agreement

    A lot of work lies ahead to bridge the gap between the city and county on a new recreation agreement.

  • City-County Water Agreement Not Out Of The Cards

    There are hopes that the City of Rome and Floyd County may be able to hammer out a wholesale water agreement before the current one expires in 2015.

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Travelers are expected to spend an average of $573 during their holiday travels.
Each year, Rome and Floyd County comes together for the Thanksgiving Love Feast at the Rome Civic Center, and this year will be no different.
According to Floyd County Jail records, Sharif Saleh Esa beat up a man and stole his 1999 Nissan Altima.
The closure takes place at the intersection of North Broad Street.
Company officials say they are still committed to new investments despite November 19th fire at the Rome plant.
On Wednesday, the Rome Board of Education voted to name Dr. Mike Buck as the new superintendent.
A 56-year old Rome man is facing charges for allegedly sending lewd pictures of himself to someone he thought was a 14 year old girl...Turns out, the teen was actually an undercover police officer.
Rome Mayor Jamie Doss, City Commissioner Kim Canada and Rome City Manager Sammy Rich attended the caucus session of the Floyd County Commission.
A Rome man jailed for a burglary that took place back on Nov. 11, and another jailed for criminal damage to property.
The third annual Thanksgiving dinner by the Salvation Army brought a long line of people through their doors on Tuesday.
Two people were jailed early Thursday on charges of burglary and loitering or prowling.