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  • Floyd Schools To Make Up Snow Day In February

    Friday, February 16, 2018, will be a regular school day used as a makeup day for the snow day on December 8.

  • Workshop Building Destroyed By Fire

    Rome firefighters responded to the fire early Thursday morning at 13 Charleston Drive.

  • Mark Wallace Named Floyd County Police Chief

    Wallace replaces Bill Shiflett who is retiring.

  • Man Charged With Burglary And Racketeering

    Another alleged gang member from the Atlanta area has been charged in a smash and grab burglary in Rome.

  • One Injury In Five Car Pileup

    A five-vehicle chain reaction wreck inbound on Martha Berry Highway near Veterans Memorial backed up traffic all the way past the Berry College main entrance Tuesday morning.

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The Woodland High School Marching Band was the only Georgia marching band invited to perform.
Authorities make several drug arrests and a woman is accused of trying to pay for food with counterfeit money.
47-year old Monica Michelle Stoudmire and 29- year old Jason Marquez Kirk are charged with conspiracy and items prohibited by an inmate.
One incident occurred on Fortune Street in Rome, the other on Herring Road in Armuchee.
Friday, February 16, 2018, will be a regular school day used as a makeup day for the snow day on December 8.
Rome High will play Warner Robins for the Georgia High School Association AAAAA State Football Championship tonight.
One injury was reported in a single-vehicle wreck on Horseleg Creek Road near Radio Springs Road just after 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
Arrests include a man charged with aggravated assault, an inmate accused of injuring an officer at the jail and a man charged with aggravated stalking.
According to Battalion Chief Gene Proctor, an in-line heater malfunctioned and burned insulation in Pilgrim Hall, which is an older dorm near Frost Chapel.
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According to Rome Police reports, two men told officers they had just pulled up to a residence and were exiting a vehicle when several shots rang out.
Rome firefighters responded to the fire early Thursday morning at 13 Charleston Drive.
Rome Police officers were dispatched to the area of East 15th Street and Crane Street Wednesday at around 2 p.m. after 911 received a call about gunshots in the area.