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      • Rome-Floyd Chamber President Announces Retirement

        Rome Floyd Chamber President and CEO Albert M. Hodge, Jr. today announced his retirement, effective April 19, 2019.

      • Early Voting Begins Monday

        You can vote in advance at the Floyd County Elections Office or at Garden Lakes Baptist Church from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. weekdays.

      • F-22 Amazes At Air Show

        The U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor closed out the 2018 Wings Over North Georgia Airshow at the Richard B. Russell Regional Airport.

      • Plane Crash South Of Cartersville

        A plane flying from Gainesville Regional Airport in Florida to the Tom B. David Field in Calhoun crashed Saturday near the Paulding-Bartow County Line, killing the pilot.

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      The Rome-Floyd Fire Department and the City of Rome invite the public to the dedication of the Rome Firefighters Memorial Plaza.
      Two are arrested for having stolen firearms, and a man is jailed after breaking into a vehicle and exposing himself.
      According to Floyd County Jail records, Owen Marcus Phillips of a New Rosedale Road address had intercourse with a minor under the age of 16 and videotaped it.
      This closing will be in effect due to Public Works replacing a cross drain.
      According to Cherokee County Coroner Dr. Jeremy Deaton, 37-year-old Michael Chad Stephens died on Monday at Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga.
      Rome Floyd Chamber President and CEO Albert M. Hodge, Jr. today announced his retirement, effective April 19, 2019.
      The Paulding County Coroner has identified the pilot as Paul Deep of Middleburg, Florida, who died when his plane went down Saturday near the Bartow County Line.
      It was a scary experience for spectators at the Chief Ladiga Marching Band Festival at Piedmont High School on Saturday following reports of an active shooter situation during the festival.
      A man is charged with meth possession and another man is charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
      Georgia Highlands College will host a Ribbon Cutting and Open House for the new Academic Building in Cartersville Tuesday from 4 PM to 6 PM.
      The body of 36-year old Michael Sprayberry of Cedar Bluff was discovered by a farmer off County Road 7 in the Pollard's Bend Community.
      Gas prices declined over the weekend and that trend should continue this week.
      The Wolves received the highest marks in all categories making them the 2018 Grand Champions of the 6th Annual Northeast Alabama Marching Invitational.
      You can vote in advance at the Floyd County Elections Office or at Garden Lakes Baptist Church from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. weekdays.
      The U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor closed out the 2018 Wings Over North Georgia Airshow at the Richard B. Russell Regional Airport.