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Wednesday - 16th August, 2017
Modernization proposed for Armuchee High
Modernizing Armuchee High would give the school a new spark of life that furthers its connection wit...
Tuesday - 15th August, 2017
No bomb found at GHC after threat
Floyd County police officers are attempting to try and uncover who called in a bomb threat to the lo...
Monday - 14th August, 2017
Lovejoy Baptist celebrates 103rd anniversary
ABOVE: Glenda Miller, a longtime leader of the Georgia chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership ...
Sunday - 13th August, 2017
Rally brings GOP to Rome
After the Republican candidates running for statewide seats in the 2018 election delivered their spe...
Saturday - 12th August, 2017
Hacking is serious issue
Hacking is becoming a serious threat for elections administrators across the nation. Floyd County El...
Friday - 11th August, 2017
Preparing to take the field
ABOVE: Rodney Sullivan carefully places the Rome decal on his Rome High School football helmet. RIGH...
Thursday - 10th August, 2017
A step into a future career
This school year, over 30 students at Rome High are being exposed to the ins and outs of the working...
Wednesday - 9th August, 2017
Awards honor the people at the frontlines
First responders from four agencies were honored with Frontline Awards during a joint meeting of the...
Tuesday - 8th August, 2017
Students meet recipients of their generosity
When one of the founders of the Cuban youth group Barrio Habana stood before Pepperell middle school...
Monday - 7th August, 2017
Chef Chen reopens after month-long remodel
Ying Xu Chen was beaming Saturday as she welcomed customers back to Chef Chen Chinese Restaurant, 29...
Sunday - 6th August, 2017
A win of biblical proportions
David and Goliath were both winners Saturday night at the seventh annual Scott Logistics Rome Celebr...
Saturday - 5th August, 2017
Kids come up with ideas for products
Elm Street Elementary first-graders in teacher Ashley Greenway’s class got a chance to test run on...
Friday - 4th August, 2017
Polk police chief suspended
Polk County Police Chief Kenny Dodd is off the job for the rest of the week following his suspension...
Thursday - 3rd August, 2017
County Schools starts school year
Day one of this school year is in the books for Floyd County Schools, as younger students took to th...
Wednesday - 2nd August, 2017
Graves visit ‘touches base’
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves defended President Donald Trump, lauded Vice President Mike Pence and called on...
Tuesday - 1st August, 2017
Fire destroys home on Freeman Ferry Road
Rome-Floyd County firefighters attack a blaze at 732 Freeman Ferry Road on Monday that destroyed a h...
Monday - 31st July, 2017
CRBI chief to testify on water rule
The Coosa River Basin Initiative executive director is flying to Washington, D.C., today to testify ...
Sunday - 30th July, 2017
Kids get buzz cuts to stand with their classmate
Fifth-grade boys are not always as ready to get a haircut as they were Saturday on the lawn in front...
Saturday - 29th July, 2017
Exciting times in Rome’s first day back
Getting a free snow cone on any day is good, but getting a free snow cone on the first day of school...
Friday - 28th July, 2017
ASLFest welcomes all with open arms
About 90 members of the Georgia Association of the Deaf were in Rome Thursday to kick off their annu...
Thursday - 27th July, 2017
‘Not just a North Heights project’
The plan by Rome City Schools to make North Heights Elementary into a sixth-grade academy does not j...
Wednesday - 26th July, 2017
A few spots open at SRELC
The South Rome Early Learning Center at Anna K. Davie Elementary is kicking off its third year this ...
Tuesday - 25th July, 2017
City backs historic preservation
The brewing battle between historic preservation and redevelopment in the city of Rome came to a hea...
Monday - 24th July, 2017
Last 2 ‘Happy Houses’ for sale in South Rome
The last of the five houses built by the South Rome Redevelopment Corp. with the City of Rome Commun...
Sunday - 23rd July, 2017
Churches supply students
Each year for a decade, members of Springfield Baptist Church have pooled donations together to purc...
Saturday - 22nd July, 2017
Plans progress for rebuilt Main
Rome City Schools is moving forward in the planning phase for a new Main Elementary School as if the...
Friday - 21st July, 2017
Floyd gains 1,000 jobs over the past year Armuchee High band camp
Floyd County employers had 1,000 more employees on their payroll in June than were working in June a...
Thursday - 20th July, 2017
HPC approves facade work
Rome City Brewing Co. owners Trent Prault and Jay Shell got a green light Wednesday from the Rome Hi...
Wednesday - 19th July, 2017
‘Bear with us a few more months’
Bartow Paving crews are on track to finish the installation of sidewalks along Burnett Ferry Road in...
Tuesday - 18th July, 2017
Beaulieu files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
The Dalton-based Beaulieu Group LLC, a major player in the floor covering market since 1978, has fil...
Monday - 17th July, 2017
Camp rekindles faith, fellowship
Jordan Knight’s mother grew up spending the annual camp meeting week in her family’s cabin at Mo...
Sunday - 16th July, 2017
IS is ‘enemy with no honor’
When Iraq’s prime minister declared victory over the Islamic State group in Mosul on Monday, it wa...
Saturday - 15th July, 2017
Thousands expected, as fun continues today
Though many things have been added and attendance has vastly grown over the decade since The Great V...
Friday - 14th July, 2017
Drivers cap rally with a beer on Broad St.
A cross-country road trip with a cause, featuring muscle and sports cars and beer at the end of each...
Thursday - 13th July, 2017
Berry Farmers Market at Harbin Clinic
ABOVE: Berry students Dara Sparks (from left) and Jamie Losey wait on Candy Nicholson to dig out som...
Wednesday - 12th July, 2017
Redmond is county clinic pick
The Floyd County Commission announced Tuesday it will contract with Redmond Regional Medical Center ...
Tuesday - 11th July, 2017
Board may move precincts
The Floyd County Elections Board is looking at ways to consolidate some of the 25 voting precincts i...
Monday - 10th July, 2017
East Rome sidewalk work to start today
Work to replace aging sidewalks is scheduled to begin today along East 12th Street in East Rome. The...
Saturday - 8th July, 2017
Hospitality House Thrift Store sales top $2 million
The Hospitality House Thrift Store in West Rome has topped the $2 million mark in sales, eight years...
Thursday - 6th July, 2017
2 are hurt in Riverside when oak tree snaps
Two sisters relaxing on the porch of a Riverside Village home were injured Wednesday when the massiv...
Wednesday - 5th July, 2017
Cave Spring celebrates in a big way
If it had wheels, it rolled through Cave Spring in the community’s annual Independence Day parade ...
Tuesday - 4th July, 2017
Museum is ‘busting at the seams’ with history
An idle convoy of woodland camouflage military vehicles sits alongside the road in downtown Rome, pa...
Monday - 3rd July, 2017
Man shot at Calhoun Quick Stop
Rome police were searching late Sunday night for a man who shot another man in the parking lot of th...
Sunday - 2nd July, 2017
Patricia Eastin of Adairsville boogies with Master Sgt. Jimmy McBride of the 116th Army Band during ...
Saturday - 1st July, 2017
Darlington knew about sex abuse, did nothing
Several former Darlington students filed a lawsuit against the school, as well as a former teacher a...
Friday - 30th June, 2017
Blurred lines at Darlington
One summer day in 1988, as he prepared to return to boarding school, Timothy Lee broke down crying. ...
Thursday - 29th June, 2017
Longtime volunteer lauded
Ann Culpepper (center) leads a group on a tour of Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Culpepper was honored Wednes...
Wednesday - 28th June, 2017
Dump truck may have crossed center line
A grinding dump truck versus passenger car wreck on Ga. 140 north of Rome on Tuesday evening resulte...
Tuesday - 27th June, 2017
Salty cookies and dirty birds
Trying to bake without knowing how to read results in salty cookies, said Michael Rios, a West End E...
Monday - 26th June, 2017
County to rule on cell tower requests
Public hearings on three proposed telecommunications towers and a rezoning on Walenda Drive are slat...
Sunday - 25th June, 2017
Museum garden part of bee plan
Next time you give a back-hand slap at the bee buzzing around on a patio or deck, you might want to ...
Saturday - 24th June, 2017
Rain no big deal
Paddlers in the 2017 edition of Paddle Georgia learned this week that paddling in the rain is nowher...
Friday - 23rd June, 2017
Senate unveils health care bill
The U.S. Senate unveiled on Thursday its much-anticipated legislation to unravel the Affordable Care...
Thursday - 22nd June, 2017
Ridge Ferry farmers market Coalition increases pressure on IS
As U.S. Army Maj. Chris Parker has his tour in the Middle East wind down to its final two months, he...
Wednesday - 21st June, 2017
No to adding parties to RICO suit
A Floyd County Superior Court Judge denied a request to add additional parties to an ongoing civil R...
Tuesday - 20th June, 2017
Outdoor camp growing to reach more kids
Ask most of the children who attend the Kid vs. Wild camp run by Rome Floyd County Parks and Recreat...
Monday - 19th June, 2017
‘It’s kind of like summer camp for adults’
Georgia River Network’s Paddle Georgia 2017 13th annual weeklong, 106-mile kayak and canoe trip wi...
Sunday - 18th June, 2017
Hundreds fish with TU in Rolater Lake
Coosa Valley Trout Unlimited President Ronny Cooper said that many of the dads who brought their chi...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
Rome police still seeking information on shooting
Rome police Lt. Joe Costolnick said Friday that investigators continued to track down leads related ...
Friday - 16th June, 2017
South Rome shooter still at large
Rome police Lt. Joe Costolnick believes there’s a lot more information out there that has yet to b...
Thursday - 15th June, 2017
Water, roads among proposals
A water line extension to the Texas Valley area, an upgrade for the Floyd County 911 Center and a se...
Tuesday - 13th June, 2017
Rome launches energy audit
The Rome City Commission approved a contract with Schneider Electric to perform an energy audit of a...
Monday - 12th June, 2017
Reconnecting with places and people of her past
When Sandra Meek finished her fourth book of poems in 2012, she wanted to turn away from the taxing,...
Sunday - 11th June, 2017
Pilots show their skills
Those who live around Richard B. Russell Regional Airport may experience a significantly quieter day...
Friday - 9th June, 2017
Thursday - 8th June, 2017
Wednesday - 7th June, 2017
Tuesday - 6th June, 2017
Monday - 5th June, 2017
Sunday - 4th June, 2017
2nd Big Float continues with fun, creativity
Around 150 people took to the Etowah River on Saturday for the Coosa River Basin Initiative’s Big ...
Friday - 2nd June, 2017
Thursday - 1st June, 2017
Wednesday - 31st May, 2017
Cleaning up after the storm
More storms are in the forecast for this weekend. Check out what’s expected this week on the weath...
Tuesday - 30th May, 2017
Honoring our heroes
A light sprinkle didn’t keep members of the Shannon community from gathering outside the former Ga...
Monday - 29th May, 2017
Brass to kick off Memorial ceremony
Memorial Day for Bill King, the head of the Exchange Club of Rome Americanism Committee and veteran ...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
Glimpses of home on big screens
Two new feature films have settings as familiar as home to Northwest Georgians — and more are on t...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
Friday - 26th May, 2017
Students ease through last day of school year
As with any proper last day of school, hugs were shared, doughnuts were eaten and goodbyes were made...
Thursday - 25th May, 2017
ON THE WEB: Visit RN-T.com to see more photos from the Georgia School for the Deaf graduation ceremo...
Wednesday - 24th May, 2017
More defense, less for poor
President Donald Trump on Tuesday sent Congress a $4.1 trillion federal spending plan that promises ...
Tuesday - 23rd May, 2017
Old attitudes cast shadows on HIV fight
“The ‘H’ stands for human, not homosexual,” says Frank Tant, as he perches on the edge of a ...
Monday - 22nd May, 2017
Rome to rule on Mini Mart beer
The Rome City Commission is expected to revoke the beer package sales permit at Rome Mini Mart tonig...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
DNR conducts safety checks
Georgia Department of Natural Resources officers made sure visitors to the Rocky Mountain Public Fis...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
Friday - 19th May, 2017
US 411 wreck sends 1 man to hospital
A man was taken to an area hospital with severe leg and head injuries Thursday afternoon following a...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
Panel to review court processes
The Court Reform Council appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal will hold its first meeting Tuesday in Atlant...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
Phone, backhoe keys to rescue
A combination of oldfashioned manual labor and new-age digital technology resulted in the rescue of ...
Tuesday - 16th May, 2017
NEP kicks off in Summerville Park
Residents of Summerville Park were virtually unanimous in their desire to see traffic enforcement is...
Monday - 15th May, 2017
Swim center to open May 27
With temperatures spiking into the 80s — and hotter weather expected this week — kids at the Nor...
Sunday - 14th May, 2017
Moats asks for investigation
CEDARTOWN — Polk County Sheriff Johnny Moats wants the County Commission to seek state investigati...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
50 teams ready to Roast
The aroma of beef, pork and chicken will continue to waft across Ridge Ferry Park today as the annua...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
Implementing campus carry
Police officials for Rome and Floyd County said there’s no way to know for sure whether permitting...
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
Pilot leads students in flight of their own
Students don’t usually get the go-ahead to fold a piece of paper into an airplane and launch it so...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
Thermal imaging camera key to capture of escapee
A thermal imaging camera used by the RomeFloyd Fire Department played a critical role in the capture...
Tuesday - 9th May, 2017
A daylong hunt for an escaped Floyd County Jail inmate ended late Monday night when law enforcement ...
Monday - 8th May, 2017
Rain washing away memory of dry 2016
While rainfall has been spotty in other areas of the state, precipitation has been plentiful this sp...
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