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David Michael Brinkley was arrested at a West Rome apartment complex.
Deputy coroner identifies two women killed in wreck on Ga. 100 on Friday night.
The Georgia State Patrol confirms that two people are dead following a collision between a log truck and a passenger vehicle
The Rome Braves announce that RHP Race Parmenter has been released from the organization. Transferring from the Danville club is RHP Pete Perez.
A 39-year old Rome man was jailed Friday on a felony count of terroristic threats and acts, along with a misdemeanor charge of aiming a gun at another.
The Rome Alcohol Control Commission will meet Monday night and the El Patron Sports Bar is once again on the agenda.
The firefighters of Trion Fire Department donated $1,385 towards disaster relief in Chattooga County as part of the Red Cross Heroes Campaign.
Renovations are expected to begin by the end of the month on the Sixth Avenue Parking Deck, a facility that is used primarily for the law enforcement center and the Floyd County Courthouse.
The geographic service area for the Rome Habitat for Humanity was expanded down into Polk County just over six months ago, and communities there are beginning to reap the benefits of the service organ
Floyd County Prison is one of three prisons in the state chosen for the pilot program.
Floyd County Deputy Coroner Ernie Studard says 33-year old John Eric Gaines was pronounced dead at 11:05 p.m. Wednesday.
Amanda Marie Master, of a Rockmart Highway address, was booked into the Floyd County Jail at around 1:20 p.m.
Rome will be hosting the Ninth Annual Clocktower Classic Handcycle Race on Saturday, April 26th at 6 p.m.
Beginning the summer of 2014, Rome Area Council for the Arts announces a year of celebration of the life and work of the former First Lady and Rome native, Ellen Axson Wilson.
In May of 2013, the old City Hall was damaged in a rain storm. Workers initially attempted to restore the building but the damage was so severe, the structure had to be demolished.