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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 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.

Search on for veterinarians to staff new emergency clinic

Construction on a new emergency veterinary clinic at 111 John Maddox Drive is nearing completion.

Girl Scouts want Georgia bridge named after founder

Senator Lester G. Jackson dons a cap supporting the Girl Scouts as he speaks at a press conference in Atlanta Monday,March 12, 2018, joined with other state legislators, where Girl Scouts presented more than 10,000 signatures that support renaming the Talmadge Memorial Bridge in Savanah after the Girl Scouts founder, Juliette Gordon Low. Sara Laine.

Appraisal now in for Northwest Regional property

One of the original concrete block buildings on the Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital campus which most likely would be demolished in a redevelopment plan for the property.

Four incumbents to face Democratic challengers

Retired physician Steven Lamar Foster of Dalton qualified Friday as a Democrat, seeking to unseat incumbent Republican Congressman Tom Graves from his District 14 post which covers Northwest Georgia.

Armuchee High senior Christopher Dean wins ACE competition

Rome Exchange Club's Frank Shropshire, left. presents a check for $500 to Armuchee High senior Christopher Dean, winner of he club's Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award winner Friday.

Van Wert Church to benefit from Welshfest

A lot of good comes out of the annual celebration of Welshfest in Rockmart. Vendors get a chance to sell their wares to people who are interested in Welsh and Celtic history.

Kids get a jump on the Easter Bunny thanks to Rome Shrine Club

Anna K. Davie Elementary student Lexus Turner, 11, picks up a candy egg off the Coosa High football field Friday, March 9, 2018, during the annual Rome Shrine Club Easter egg hunt.

FCS gets $1.13 million in recovered funds from RICO case

An earlier version of this story which ran in Friday's Rome News-Tribune incorrectly stated recovered funds returned to Floyd County Schools Wednesday afternoon were all from the proceeds of an auction of seized and forfeited items in a RICO case. Some of the returned funds did come from the auction but not all of it.

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Wright to run for Floyd County Commission Post 1

While interested in bringing a new voice to the board, Wright says she is "most interested in building a bridge between various constituencies and leveraging the power of untapped local leadership."

GDOT looking at multiple options for Turner McCall Bridge

GDOT does not have funding or a timetable for widening of the bridge on Turner McCall Boulevard over the Etowah River and a Norfolk Southern rail spur. 4, 6 and 8-lane alternatives were pitched to the Rome-Floyd Chamber of Commerce transportation committee Wednesday.

Edcamp embraces ideas exchange

Lee Green, an instructor at the College and Career Academy and former instructional technologist for Floyd County Schools, finishes taping up the outline of the session board for the 2017 Edcamp Rome. The 2016 Edcamp Rome session board is filled with sticky notes for the ideas being presented on at the "un-conference" for educators.

East Central students and parents enjoy Walk to School Day

Parents accompany their kids on the way to East Central Elementary for Georgia's Walk to School Day Wednesday morning, March 7, 2018.

Rome assistant superintendent to resign

Rome City Schools Assistant Superintendent Brittney Wilson plans to resign June 30, just over a year after she became the first to fill the post since the 2010-2011 school year, according to Superintendent Lou Byars. Byars said Wilson informed him of her plans Monday, when contracts for next year were sent out - intent letters were sent out in January.

2 Rome men stick to their plan and win Crappie Masters tournament on Weiss Lake

Showing their skills at the Crappie Masters Alabama State Championship on March 3 in Centre, Alabama, were the champions from Rome, Kevin Randall and John Hendrix who weighed 7 fish totaling 10.47 pounds in a narrow victory and taking home first place.

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