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  • Opioid Abuse Continues To Present Challenges

    According to a study published in April of 2015, health care costs from opioid abuse in the State of Georgia topped $447,000,000, and the human toll can be much higher.

  • Committee Looking To Make City "business Friendly"

    The Business Development Committee heard from developers and architects during their Friday meeting.

  • Former City Of Rome Employee Facing Felony Charges

    Police say Matthew Defoor deleted the GIS mapping system.

  • Coosa Faculty Support Student With Cancer

    Fernando Guzman has cancer and has lost his left arm and leg.

  • Hearing Set For Woman Charged With Murder

    The defense attorney for a woman accused of taking part in the murder of a man in December of 2015 has asked a judge for a hearing in hopes the judge will enforce a plea deal the attorney says was offered by prosecutors.

  • Motorcyclist Injured In Wreck

    A motorcyclist was injured in a collision with a passenger car Thursday on Highway 101 near the entrance to the Saddle Mountain subdivision.

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The wreck happened near Porter and Erwin streets.
City Manager Sammy Rich will give the State of the City address.
The incident happened early Saturday morning.
The incident happened in January.
Nero was being treated for injuries he sustained when a vehicle hit him.
The woman also struck a car before leaving the scene, according to the report.
A delegation from Rome's sister city in Japan are visiting this week.
According to a study published in April of 2015, health care costs from opioid abuse in the State of Georgia topped $447,000,000, and the human toll can be much higher.
The Business Development Committee heard from developers and architects during their Friday meeting.
The Spring Plant Sale at Georgia Northwestern Technical College is an annual event that celebrates spring and the end of the cold weather.
Rome police were called to a North Rome residence Thursday in reference to a "shots fired" call.
The awards program honors employees in Rome and Floyd County in the hospitality and service industry who go above and beyond normal expectations.
He escaped from his kennel in Cedartown.
Police say Matthew Scott Defoor destroyed the GIS mapping system after he was terminated.
Fernando Guzman is battling cancer and has lost his left arm and left leg.
Bryan Aspera, a history teacher and wrestling coach at Rome High School, had a sexual relationship with a female student who was a minor at the time, during the 2011-2013 school years.
Another counterfeit bill is reported to police.
Kelesha Dorsey and Delaney Ray face charges in connection with the murder of a man in December of 2015.
Georgia Highlands College's Phi Theta Kappa chapter brought home more honors than any other college in attendance at the All-Georgia Academic Team Awards luncheon in Atlanta.