Rome and Floyd County law enforcement honored individuals during a Promotion and S.W.A.T. Team Pinning Ceremony on Friday.
The 2014-2015 school year for Rome City and Floyd County Schools has kicked off, and educators couldn't be happier.
Georgia's Pre-K Program is beginning its 22nd year. It is a voluntary, lottery-funded Pre-K program is considered universal, meaning any age eligible child may attend regardless of family income
The transport of two patients from West Africa to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta with the potentially deadly Ebola virus has caused some concerns.
Floyd County Police arrested a 21-year old Armuchee man Thursday for tampering with evidence and other charges.
A Rome teen is facing charges of theft by taking and burglary following his arrest Thursday.
Larry Donald Mount is accused of touching the female victim in an inappropriate manner while she was sleeping.
A 66-year old Rome man is listed in critical condition at Floyd Medical Center following a stabbing incident on Thursday night on East 14th Street.
State Representative Eddie Lumsden has been named the 2014 Policy Maker of the Year by the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education.
The news that two Ebola patients are being brought to America has created waves of concern ranging from mere worry to Hollywood "Outbreak" scenarios to conspiracy theories.
The board for the Floyd County Schools held a work session Thursday afternoon and discussed the possibility of new technology for the school system.
Joshua James Geer was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
This story was submitted by Navy Office of Community Outreach.
The First Friday Concert Series continues tomorrow night in Bridgepoint Plaza with The Deadfields, a folk-rock band from Atlanta.
Construction of a new Welcome Center and enhanced vehicle entrance is underway this week at the Berry College main entrance.


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