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EARLY VOTING CONTINUES IN NOVEMBER 7TH ELECTION

Written by Matt Davis on October 19, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

Early voting continues in the November 7th election.  According to the Floyd County Elections Office, some 88 people cast their ballots in advance on Wednesday, bringing the total number of early votes to 300 since the three-week advance voting period began on Monday.

OBSERVATION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH CONTINUES IN ROME AND FLOYD COUNTY

Written by Matt Davis on October 18, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

The observation of Domestic Violence Awareness Month continues through October.  Local activities are being organized by the Hospitality House for Women, Inc.  Three more events remain on the calendar.

POLK COUNTY RESIDENT CONFIRMED DEAD DUE TO WEST NILE VIRUS

Written by Matt Davis on October 18, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

Public health officials have confirmed that a Polk County resident has died from West Nile virus; it marks the sixth death in Georgia resulting from the mosquito-borne disease this year.

EARLY VOTING CONTINUES IN NOVEMBER 7TH ELECTION

Written by Matt Davis on October 18, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

Early voting continues in the November 7th election.  According to the Floyd County Elections Office, 100 people cast their ballots in advance on Tuesday, bringing the total number of early votes to 212 since the three-week advance voting period began on Monday.

JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE OF ROME’S ANNUAL POINSETTIA SALE CONTINUES THROUGH NOVEMBER 14TH

Written by Matt Davis on October 17, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

The holidays will be here before you know it!  It’s not too soon to be thinking about holiday décor.  This year, why not adorn your home with poinsettias from the Junior Service League of Rome?

ROME-FLOYD CHAMBER OBSERVES GEEK WEEK

Written by Matt Davis on October 17, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

The Rome-Floyd Chamber is celebrating all things geeky this week during Geek Week 2017.  The observation got underway on Monday with a kick-off breakfast.  Activities will be held all week long, including Geek Week Trivia with the Young Professionals of Rome this evening at 5:30 pm at the Dark Side of the Moon on Broad Street.  There will also be a Robotics Showcase at Darlington School on Wednesday at 4 pm, a Business After Hours event at JBM Office Solutions (519 Broad Street) on Thursday at 5 pm and a Hack-A-Thon at Berry College’s Hackberry Lab on Friday at 6 pm.

EARLY VOTING CONTINUES FOR NOVEMBER 7TH ELECTION

Written by Matt Davis on October 17, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

And it’s off to the races for early voting in the November 7th election.  The Floyd County Elections Office reported that 112 registered voters cast their ballots on Monday, the first day of early voting.

AAA:  GEORGIA GAS PRICES CONTINUE TO DECLINE

Written by Matt Davis on October 16, 2017. Posted in News/Weather

Gas prices in Georgia averaged $2.44 per gallon on Sunday after dropping eight cents during the past week, according to AAA, The Auto Club Group.  The state average has decreased for 33 consecutive days for a total discount of 32 cents.  Although Georgia gas prices are 30 cents less than a month ago, the state average remains 18 cents higher than this time last year.

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