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      • Officer-involved Shooting In Bartow County

        A man is dead after he shoots a Georgia State Trooper and troopers return fire Thursday morning on I-75.

      • 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 Underway

        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.

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      With the assistance of a knowledgeable philanthropist, East Central has started a food pantry in an effort to curb the hunger of children who enter their doors.
      The walk starts Saturday at 9 a.m. at Bridgepoint Plaza.
      A traffic stop in Bartow County lead to an officer-involved shooting on Exit 293. Traffic is still slow moving from the incident. At last report, the violator was pronounced dead.
      It will be a day filled with music, fun, and of course, chili! The 23rd annual Trout Unlimited Chili Cook-off is Saturday at Ridgeferry Park in Rome.
      A man is charged with auto theft, a convicted felon is accused of having a firearm, and a man allegedly tried to hit a woman with a shoe.
      The 52,000-square foot building will be focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math areas of study and will have a full slate of classes starting in January.
      Georgia Power has released information stating that they have restored power to 99% of customers affected by Hurrican Michael.
      Investigators say the two people pictured scanned lower price tags in place of the actual tag on the items they took from the Cartersville Walmart.
      A man is accused of taking money for work he never completed, two are arrested on drug charges and authorities arrest an alleged fugitive from Alabama.
      A 22-year old Rome man arrested on September 3 after allegedly pointing a pistol at a woman and threatening her is now also facing a felony count of influencing a witness.
      The Georgia DOT has just awarded a contract to Talley Construction Company, Inc. of Rossville, Georgia, valued at over two million dollars for a construction project to replace the bridge.
      Consultants from Nelson/Nygaard will be stationed in front of the Rome Area History Museum on Friday, October 19 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 20 from Noon to 3:00 p.m.
      A Piedmont Alabama couple has been charged in connection of an arson incident in Hokes Bluff.
      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.