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  • One Dead In Shooting On Tamassee Lane

    After reports of shots fired in the area at around 6:30 p.m. police found a man who had been shot near the walking trail leading to Walmart off of Redmond Circle.

  • GSP Employee Threatened With Gun

    The Floyd County Police Department is seeking information about a man who threatened a secretary at the Georgia State Patrol Office on Martha Berry Hwy across from Food Lion.

  • Neelley Denied Parole

    The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles denied parole for convicted killer Judith Ann Neelley Wednesday morning.

  • New Floyd Superintendent To Be Named Next Week

    The Floyd County Board of Education will hold a called meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 a.m. to name the new superintendent.

  • Meth Bust In Gordon County

    "Operation EXPO" nets four arrests for meth trafficking, conspiracy, and firearms offenses.

  • Election Results

    Results from the May 22 Non-Partisan and Primary Elections.

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At issue are two uncontested county school board races that appeared on city ballots.
Two are arrested for aggravated assault in separate incidents, a man is charged with terroristic threats and acts and police make several drug arrests.
Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said Thursday that Rome posted a mixed month in April even as the state saw generally down numbers for several cities.
After reports of shots fired in the area at around 6:30 p.m. police found a man who had been shot near the walking trail leading to Walmart off of Redmond Circle.
A reported man with a gun walked into GSP Post or DDS called into scanner traffic. The suspect has not been apprehended. We will know more details once they are available.
Chattooga County Sheriffs Department was called to a Summerville residence in reference to a domestic problem.
Former Medical Examiner, Dr. Joseph L. Burton, has pleaded guilty to giving opioids away in exchange for sex. The other 5 are awaiting sentencing.
Wayside road around #2555 will be closed for cross drain repairs until tomorrow.
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles denied parole for convicted killer Judith Ann Neelley Wednesday morning.
Police make a number of arrests over the last 24 hours.
A called meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 a.m. in the board room at the Floyd County School System Central Office.
"Operation EXPO" nets four arrests for meth trafficking, conspiracy, and firearms offenses.
Kay Ann Weatherington has been elected Superior Court Judge
US News came out with the official rankings of Georgia high schools and Rome High was listed as 54th in the state.
Roadwork is planned for resurfacing SR 61 in Bartow County. The project is set for completion in March 2019.