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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
Rome honors its Rosie the Riveters with a special rose garden at airport

Six of the Rome area's Rosie the Riveters were recognized during special rose bush planting ceremonies at the Richard B. Russell Regional Airport Thursday. Nellie Woodall, from left, Jane Tucker, Mary McJunkin, Louvinia Jordan, Betty Ann Ware Harris and Joy Mitchelll all served during World War II in jobs ranging from rollling bandages for the Red Cross to welding warships.

100 Years Ago

J. T. Studdard, well-known call dealer of East Rome, had both feet partly severed yesterday morning shortly before 8 o'clock, as he attempted to climb between two freight cars at the crossing of the Southern Railway on East 12th Street.

Rome News Tribune

A House Resolution aimed at restricting the use of special fees to their original purpose failed to make it out of a Senate committee Wednesday.

First day of spring, March has a history of unpredictable weather

A file photo showing a view of the heavily damaged Silver Creek Mini Mart on March 18, 2013.

U.S. gets 50 new citizens after naturalization ceremony in Rome

Jean Paul Makaya Mbungu, left, formerly from the Republic of the Congo, waits to go through a welcoming line after receiving his certificate of citizenship from Vanessa Perkins of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Man who attacked, threatened former girlfriend and another man with a knife sentenced

A Rome man pleaded guilty to threatening to stab a man and his former girlfriend at a motel room off Martha Berry Highway in September.

Rome BOE approves contractor, bus purchases

Rome City Schools is set to move forward with a $963,074 HVAC project for elementary school gyms after the board of education approved J&R Construction for the task.

HPC approves demolition of four homes in East Rome, Oakdene communities

The three rental homes on Darlington Way behind the YMCA, which Mary Taylor wants to demolish and donate the land to the YMCA for a new soccer field and concession facility.

Rome celebrates St. Patty's Day

Founder James Schroeder leads the Ginger Pride Parade down Broad Street Saturday to FreckleFest at Heritage Park in what's become a fun-filled annual tradition to speak out against bullying.

Coosa High School junior Zac Mitchell wins Kiwanis Club Music Showcase

Coosa High School junior Zac Mitchell claimed the first-place scholarship award at the Kiwanis Club of Rome Music Showcase held recently at Berry College's Ford Auditorium.

Hearing set for John Deere outlet

A public hearing is set for Monday on plans to open a retail farm equipment dealership off Cedar Avenue next to Georgia Northwestern Technical College.

Rep. Meadows recognized for water protection work

CRBI advocacy and communication coordinator Joe Cook presents a Clean 13 award to Rep. John Meadows at the Georgia Water Coalition's Clean 13 Celebration held March 8 at Mason Fine Arts Center in Atlanta.

New recycling facility on Lavender Drive will lead to increased emphasis on recycling

Floyd County Public Works Director Michael Skeen, left and Crew Supervisor John Housch show how inmate laborers will pull recyclables off a line and fall into a bin for collection until there is enough for a bale.

Thankful Baptist members not happy with plans for temporary closure of Spider Webb Drive

Women of Thankful Baptist Church, seated, listen to Music Minister Marvin Williams, right, confront Rome Public Works committee members over plans for a temporary closure of a section of Spider Webb Drive, cutting off one of two access points to the church.

South Rome Early Learning Center has funding through school year

The South Rome Early Learning Center has enough funding to get through the remainder of the school year, according to information presented to Rome Board of Education members Tuesday.

Rome Noon Optimist Club announces 2018 essay contest winner

The Rome Noon Optimist Club recently completed its annual Essay Contest. Nineteen students from the Rome/Floyd County area submitted for consideration on this year's topic, "Can Society Function without Respect?" Model High School student Emily Falcitelli will represent the club at the upcoming GATEway Optimist District Contest where the winner ... (more)

To walk or not: Awaiting the students' response to gun violence

A church and local schools plan their reactions should area children join a national walkout in protest of gun violence.

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