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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.
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.