Officials have confirmed that the human remains found in Whitfield County last week were those of a missing Floyd County man.
The Exchange Club Family Resource Center cordially invites the public to attend the 17th annual Night at the Movies on the evening of Tuesday, February 28th at the Rome Cinemas on Shorter Avenue. Doors will open at 6 pm; attendees will have the opportunity to view one of six blockbuster films at 7:30 pm.
The observation of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Georgia continues today with a focus on Thunderstorm Safety. This is very appropriate, given that the National Weather Service has predicted stormy weather (along with unseasonably warm temperatures) for the next couple of days.
Motorists continue to see a slow decline in the price at the gas pump, according to AAA, The Auto Club Group, which reports that the national average price for regular unleaded was $2.272 on Sunday, fractions of a penny less than a week ago, nine cents less than a month ago and 51 cents more per gallon year-over-year.
This week is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Georgia. The Floyd County Emergency Management Agency supports the Georgia Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service in making the annual observation.
Here’s a reminder from the Floyd County Schools that Pre-K registration for the county’s graduating class of 2031 continues through this Friday, February 10th. Registration is for the slots available in the Pre-K program for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Rome Police Department has received a grant from the Medical Association of Georgia Foundation as part of its “Think About It” campaign through Project Deaths Avoided by Naloxone (DAN).
The 2017 recipients of the Heart of the Community Awards of Honor have been announced, and these local unsung heroes will be recognized for their efforts to bolster Rome and Floyd County during a special black tie affair later this month.