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A Floyd County woman who appeared in the reality TV show "16 and Pregnant" has been arrested for reportedly hitting her former boyfriend with a broom.
The Community Development Committee discussed the five homes for low-income families at their monthly meeting Wednesday morning.
A man accused of fatally shooting his step-father two years ago has been found guilty on all charges in Polk County Superior Court.
A five month investigation yields four arrests and the seizure of methamphetamine and weapons.
A pre-demolition meeting will also be planned to discuss the tearing down process with the contracting company.
We all know firefighters fight fires, but the Rome Department does so much more. Some things you may not even know about.
Man says "I ain't scared" while holding knife during altercation.
This is the third part of Governor Nathan Deal's prison reform efforts.
According to warrants at the Floyd County Jail, 26-year-old Clinton Briggs Miller had several pictures and videos of under-aged females engaged in sexual acts on his phone.
On Tuesday, the board voted to approve the $7,000 contract with Georgia School Boards Association.
Charles Lamar Forrester is charged with terroristic threats and acts.
Four people have qualified for Ward 3 in the City of Rome to run for election or reelection.
The latest report from the Receiver in the case of a former a Floyd County School System employee shows little change from the previous month.
CVCU won the 2015 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award in its asset size for the state of Georgia.
The Tony E. Warren Cancer Center will host a Marrow Registry Drive in association with