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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
Alabama governor opposes release in slaying of Georgia teen

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is opposing parole for a woman convicted of killing a Georgia teenager more than 35 years ago.

Top of the Morning, May 20, 2018

Karen Crocker of Rome, Ga., was in Champaign visiting her ailing mother when she saw the May 7 story on LifeLine Pilots founder Wanda Whitsitt being honored for her work organizing private pilots to fly medical patients in need. In 1984, Crocker, a nurse, and her newly ordained minister husband, George , were living in St. Louis and had just had their first child.

Marshall Forest to be added to Old-Growth Forest Network

The big pine, for which the Big Pine Braille Trail in the Marshall Forest is named.

Rome poised to add indoor tennis courts

The Rome City Commission is poised to approve on Monday plans to issue $4 million in bonds to finance construction of indoor courts at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College.

3 principals leaving Bartow County schools

Dr. Bernadette "Bunny" DiPetta, principal of Taylorsville Elementary School for 19 years, is calling it a career after serving in the Bartow County School System for 40 years. Principal Dr. Lenora Nyeste is leaving Pine Log Elementary School to become the principal of Lost Mountain Middle School in Kennesaw while Cass High Principal Mike Nelson will be taking over as the coordinator of administrative services for the Bartow school district.

Special Weather Statement Source: Weather Central

GAZ004>007-012-019-020-030-190345- Gilmer GA-Whitfield GA-Polk GA-Gordon GA-Bartow GA-Murray GA- Floyd GA-Fannin GA- 1115 PM EDT FRI MAY 18 2018 ...SIGNIFICANT WEATHER ADVISORY FOR NORTHWESTERN GILMER...EASTERN WHITFIELD...NORTHERN POLK...GORDON...WESTERN BARTOW...MURRAY... SOUTHEASTERN FLOYD AND NORTHWESTERN FANNIN COUNTIES UNTIL 1145 PM EDT... At 1115 PM EDT...a line of strong thunderstorms was along a line extending from Cohutta Wilderness to near Braswell...and moving east at 15 mph. HAZARD...Up to 40 mph wind...frequent cloud to ground lightning and heavy rain.

Teens lost in tennis to team with black players - then took 'highly offensive' photo, official says

Members of a tennis team from Telfair County High School will be disciplined for taking a "highly offensive" photo after losing a championship match against a rival team, Telfair County Schools Superintendent Lendard Harrelson told WGXA. The photo, which WMAZ reported was first shared on Snapchat before being copied to Twitter and Facebook, shows eight people posing in the back of a bus with white bags placed over their heads and eye-holes cut out of the front, recalling Ku Klux Klan imagery.

Rome man arrested in Cartersville shooting

A Rome man was arrested Thursday night for shooting and killing one man and injuring another during an incident Thursday afternoon on David Street off Iron Belt Road in Cartersville. According to the Bartow County Sherif's Office, Justin Lee Wade, 27, of Rome, was arrested just after 8 p.m. and charged with murder and aggravated assault.

Model is her home

With all of her family coming up through Model schools, there was never really any other choice, she said.

Gregory Singleton

Gregory Gilbert Singleton, 64, died, Monday, May 14, 2018. Greg was born in Rome, Ga., the son of the late Gilbert and Frances Pauline Epps Singleton.

Rome News Tribune

Rome City Schools is facing a possible increase of $136,785 in the cost of using city transportation for busing students, as student enrollment for next school year is projected to surge above 6,348, creating a need for two additional bus routes, said Superintendent Lou Byars.

DNR seeking applications for warden positions

Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Sgt. Mike Barr, right, with a visitor to the Rocky Mountain Public Fishing Area last year.

Finalists named in superintendent search

After conducting an extensive search and completing candidate interviews, the Floyd County Board of Education has named its three superintendent finalists.

Raising their voices to the sky - Rome Honor Chorus

The annual Rome City Schools Elementary Honor Chorus event was held at Rome High School on April 30. Fifth and sixth-grade students from Anna K. Davie, East Central, Elm Street, West Central and West End Elementary Schools participated under the direction of Rome Middle School chorus teacher Jessica Kennedy and piano accompanist Joan Hill.

'We Are South Rome' - artist shares her love for murals

Xaivier Ringer, a Darlington graduate, puts the finishing touches on a mural on the wall of Super Latino Foods on South Broad Street.

Holocaust survivor recalls horrors at the hand of Nazis

Ben Walker, a Holocaust survivor born in Romania, told Rome Exchange Club members that for 56 years he never wanted to speak about the Holocaust, only going public with the horrors of the Holocaust after the incidents of 9-11.

Aerobatic competition returns to Rome in June

Over 30 pilots brought their planes to Richard B. Russell Regional Airport on Saturday, June 10, 2017, for the Southeast Aerobatic Open-Bear Creek Bash.

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