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      • City Considering Youth Curfew Ordinance

        Citing an increase in juvenile violence and crime, the Mayor and Rome City Commission are considering a curfew ordinance for minors.

      • Georgia Continues To See Strong Job Numbers

        Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Georgia once again set records for employed residents, labor force and jobs for June, continuing a trend from recent months.

      • Man Found Guilty Of Murdering His Mother

        A Rome man is sentenced to life plus five years for the stabbing death of his mother in December of 2016.

      • Church Safety And Security Summit Coming In August

        The Floyd County Sheriff's Office has teamed up with local non-profit organizations and businesses to host a free Church Safety and Security Summit.

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      A Tennessee man is accused of breaking into cars and fighting with police and two men are charged with burglary in separate incidents.
      A 55-year old Rome man was jailed Friday on multiple charges including aggravated assault, and aggravated battery.
      An adult is facing charges after a 13-year old and a 7-year old accidentally shot themselves last week on Doyle Road.
      Citing an increase in juvenile violence and crime, the Mayor and Rome City Commission are considering a curfew ordinance for minors.
      With only a week left for voting Harbin Clinic has announced the top 5 Charities in the lead.
      Cedartown native Ryan Fincher to travel to Beijing, China for a welding competition with Skills USA this year.
      Floyd Medical Center has gained yet another award to add to their collection. This time for their Diabetes prevention program
      Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is citing speeding as the cause of an 8-car pileup Thursday evening in Calhoun County
      A Cedartown woman and Rome man are behind bars after police found them to be in possession of multiple drugs.
      A new bus tracking app will help the parents and students of the Rome City Schools district.
      A Cartersville Woman is in the Bartow County jail after reportedly stabbing her co-worker.
      Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Georgia once again set records for employed residents, labor force and jobs for June, continuing a trend from recent months.
      The walk is Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at Bridgepoint Plaza.
      As of 5 p.m., most of the power had been restored and most traffic lights are working again.
      According to Floyd County Jail records, 29-year old Terina Marie Hooes began to stab a man with a knife during an argument on Reeceburg Road.