Monday’s Roman Record has details of several real estate transactions, including the sale of more than 400 acres, two separate parcels, between Morgan Dairy Road and Cave Spring Road south of Rome.
A ribbon cutting announced the official opening of O'Charley's on Turner McCall Boulevard today and the newest restaurant in Rome is open for lunch today.
Rome’s Greater Community Bank will conduct a foreclosure sale Sept. 2 for a little over six acres formerly owned by Chieftains Museum Inc., a nonprofit organization dissolved earlier this year.
Rome Finance Co. is making a return to Broad Street.
Greta Dowling Flaherty, D.O., a physician with the Floyd Primary Care network for the last year, is now seeing patients at 1501 Shorter Ave., Rome, formerly Dr. Keith Parmer’s office.
While traffic on Turner McCall Boulevard and Shorter Avenue can be a nightmare on any given afternoon, commerce is also booming on the primary artery through the city.
Downtown Rome merchant Barbara Ware, owner of Kaleido-Sno, is going to open a new eatery in the old Broad Street Gulf service station at 1 Broad St., right next to the South Broad bridge.
Pro Performance owners Tim Vicchrilli (with scissors) and his wife, Molly Vicchrilli, join their staff and Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce ambassadors for the formal ribbon-cutting Friday for the training facility at 100 Broad St.
Georgia Highlands’ greatest asset is its faculty and staff. At the recent annual in-service meeting, several employees were recognized for their contributions during the 2013-2014 academic year.
The new Cabela's outdoor outfitters store opened in Acworth Thursday morning with hundreds of outdoor enthusiasts lined up waiting to see the mammoth store.
An increase in the labor force coupled with a decline in the number of people drawing regular paychecks pushed Floyd County’s unemployment rate to 9 percent in July.
The Rome News-Tribune Readers Choice Awards voting is a little different this year.
Connie Hulsey co-owner of North Georgia Trade Xchange along with Kenneth Hulsey, answers the questions for today’s Small Business Snapshot.
Restaurateur Natalie Woods said she's having to put her plans to relocate Jazzy's Southern Cajun and Catering on hold. Tuesday, August 19, Woods said she was planning to move into the former Deano's Pizza building on Dean Avenue. But by Wednesday afternoon, those plans were, at best, on hold.
O’Charley’s is expected to conduct its grand opening Wednesday at 11 a.m.
The rumors of GE selling its appliance division, which includes Roper Corp. in LaFayette, that began about the time it held its annual stockholders meeting have intensified in recent weeks, as evident in this message posted on the company website:
Local officials are working with Arimathea Holdings, the owner of the former West Point Pepperell Mill property in Lindale, to attract a high-volume water-user.
The Gordon County/Floyd County Joint Development Authority is getting back to work again after a nearly four year hiatus. The panel last met in September 2010.
Citizens First Bank, a division of Synovus Bank, recently announced its 2014 Jack Parker Scholarship recipients. Among the recipients were Christopher ‘Chris’ Hill and Wilson ‘Wil’ Taylor. This year, 94 scholarships totaling $114,000 were awarded to children of Synovus team members. Scholarship funds are generated each year through team member donations and internal fundraising activities.