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Rome is located in northwestern Georgia in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The name of the city was a commemoration of the famous Rome, Italy. The Georgian city was built on seven hills with a river running between them, which reminded early settlers to name the community in honor of the Italian city. In 1929 Benito Mussolini dedicated a replica of the statue of Romulus and Remus nursing from a mother wolf, a symbol of the original Rome.

Population: 34980
Local Newspapers: Coosa Valley News Hometown Headlines Rome Newswire the Periscope The Rome News-Tribune Viking Fusion
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Hawks Atlanta Braves
Local Colleges: Berry College Georgia Northwestern Technical College Shorter University

Zip Codes associated with rome, georgia: 30103 30104 30105 30147 30161 30165 30173
Towns/Cities near rome, georgia : Shannon Adairsville Lindale Cave Spring Euharlee Taylorsville

Rome News
Candidates seeking spot on district 1 Polk County Commission seat get ...

Commissioners will get a chance to interview the several candidates who have thus far put forth their names for consideration by the board, and when the Aug. 30 special session rolls around, there might be more than the six who have so far submitted their application officially.

Covered tennis courts stir debate; SPLOST panel hopes to have recommendations next week

Assistant Floyd County Manager Gary Burkhalter , committee member J.C. Boehm, County Manager Jamie McCord and committee member Alvin Jackson talk during a break in the SPLOST Citizens Advisory Committee meeting Thursday, July 27, 2017, in the Fire Administration building.

DaVita Dialysis set to close Cedartown office at month's end

According to information from DaVita Dialysis, they plan to close their doors at their office in Cedartown at 325 West Ave., after seeing the last round of patients on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Patient's that dialyze at DaVita Cedartown Dialysis have been placed at a sister facility, DaVita Rome Dialysis and DaVita Cartersville Dialysis.

No bomb found at GHC after threat

Security officer Tracy Monroe used this vehicle to block traffic from entering the Georgia Highlands Floyd Campus on Monday afternoon after students and staff had been asked to leave following a bomb threat.

Floyd County 4-H students honored

Two Floyd County 4-H'ers, Veeka Malanchuk and Lauren Wood, brought back high honors following the Georgia 4-H Congress in Atlanta the last week of July.

Dr. Frank Stegall Jr. Joins Harbin Clinic Vascular Surgery Team

"I don't remember a time when I didn't want to become a doctor," says Dr. Stegall.

Firefighters Memorial Plaza back on track; Floyd commissioners pledge support

A Firefighters Memorial Plaza, with an estimated cost of $110,000 to $120,000, is planned to be built at the corner of East Sixth Avenue and West First Street.

Christmas in Rome donations

Christmas in Rome committee members presented a $2,500 check to Rome City Manager Sammy Rich Thursday to help pay for the giant artificial Christmas tree that is being used during the holidays.

Marine veterans given Quilts of Valor

Fran Randolph presents quilts to Marine veterans Robert Rakestraw and Alton Cadenhead.

Covered tennis courts stir debate; SPLOST panel hopes to have recommendations next week

Assistant Floyd County Manager Gary Burkhalter , committee member J.C. Boehm, County Manager Jamie McCord and committee member Alvin Jackson talk during a break in the SPLOST Citizens Advisory Committee meeting Thursday, July 27, 2017, in the Fire Administration building.

Cave Spring antique store hosts open house

Curt Bunch cuts the ribbon held by Rip Montgomery for their Antiques on the Square store.

Lobster mobsters get charges reduced

Rather than the initial hundreds of misdemeanor counts against seven out-of-state men who allegedly speared hundreds of lobster near the Vaca Cut Bridge in Marathon in July, each is now charged with two felonies and 31 misdemeanors. That's according to what's called an information charging sheet signed by Assistant Monroe State Attorney Kelly Dugan Monday.

Covered tennis courts stir debate; SPLOST panel hopes to have recommendations next week

Assistant Floyd County Manager Gary Burkhalter , committee member J.C. Boehm, County Manager Jamie McCord and committee member Alvin Jackson talk during a break in the SPLOST Citizens Advisory Committee meeting Thursday, July 27, 2017, in the Fire Administration building.

Firefighters Memorial Plaza back on track; Floyd commissioners pledge support

A Firefighters Memorial Plaza, with an estimated cost of $110,000 to $120,000, is planned to be built at the corner of East Sixth Avenue and West First Street.

Dr. Asmitha Sathiyakumar joins Harbin Clinic Spine and Pain Management Rome

Harbin Clinic Spine & Pain Management Rome welcomes Dr. Sathiyakumar to its team of physicians dedicated to caring completely for the backbones and achy joints of Rome.

School nurses provide care for students

As Rome and Floyd County students return to class, a special group of people are tasked to help meet their health needs during the school day.

Covered tennis courts stir debate; SPLOST panel hopes to have recommendations next week

Assistant Floyd County Manager Gary Burkhalter , committee member J.C. Boehm, County Manager Jamie McCord and committee member Alvin Jackson talk during a break in the SPLOST Citizens Advisory Committee meeting Thursday, July 27, 2017, in the Fire Administration building.

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