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A Gaylesville man has been charged in connection with a shooting incident earlier this past week.
The Coosa Country Club will be hosting a fundraiser in April to benefit Puerto Rico. Some events throughout the day include tennis matches.
The Rome Lantern Parade may not be until May, but workshops to create your own lantern will be held starting March 27.
Ms. A.J Stuart who teaches 7th grade Language Arts teacher saw a need to help students become more interested in reading. She was awarded a grant to make that happen.
Rome High School's Boys Soccer team is gearing up for the last five games of the season.
Miller Institute Foundation CEO Bryan Miller announced today that former Georgia Governor and U.S. Senator Zell Miller has died after being treated for Parkinson's Disease.
According to Floyd County Jail records, 22-year old Jauan Rashaun Porter is charged with terroristic threats and acts.
A Rome man was jailed Thursday on burglary charges.
With Turkey season starting on Saturday, March 24, Georgia Department of Natural Resources sent out hunting safety tips.
Rome High School's Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Military Ball was held in the Ford Dining Hall at Berry College.
After reportedly admitting to Bartow County deputies that she had taken meth and heroin, a woman resisted and fought with police officers.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said today that February was another record-setting month for Georgia, as the state reached new highs for jobs, employed residents and labor force.
A man is charged with "smash and grab" burglaries, another man is accused of trying to break into a residence, and an inmate is accused of having marijuana at the jail.
According to Sheriff Jeff Shaver, 26-year old Damian C. Ingram of Cedar Bluff is wanted on charges of child molestation and a probation violation.
Area residents learned about the proposed parking plan for downtown.