Property in extreme northern Floyd County has been sold to an Acworth family.
The Georgia Department of Labor will help artificial-turf manufacturer Field Turf hire about 90 workers for its facility in Gordon County, according to a press release.
The Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce has raised $1.52 million — 70 percent of its goal — toward its Partners in Prosperity III campaign.
Anne Kaiser of Rome has been named vice president of community and economic development at Georgia Power — to lead the company’s efforts to recruit new industry and improve the marketability of communities around the state.
Isaac E. Rudeseal, President of Shuttletran, answers the questions for today’s Small Business Snapshot.
International Paper linerboard plant in Coosa is investing up to $150 million to upgrade technology in the 60-year old paper mill. At the same time, the company is facing workforce challenges similar to other major industrial manufacturing firms.
The most dangerous viruses and malware spreading across the Internet can be attributed to a relatively small group of people with malicious intent, an expert in cyber security said.
If you were likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, would you want to know in advance?
The hospital partnership dance continues in Georgia. Given the pressures of the health care economy, nobody apparently wants to be a wallflower.
ATLANTA --The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will help artificial-turf manufacturer Field Turf hire about 90 workers for its facility in Gordon County.
Presenters at the 2015 Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce Confluence Conference this week will detail how brainpower and technology can create solutions to real-life problems.
Powered by a late surge, Georgia’s enrollment in the 2015 health insurance exchange easily surpassed the half-million mark.
Heritage First Bank President Ryan Earnest today announced the formation of Heritage First Small Business Solutions to be headed up by veteran banker Ronnie Wallace.
Rome entrepreneur Greg Sumner is seeking to develop apartments in a couple of buildings in the 200 block of Broad Street. His plans call for one of the buildings to include apartments on the ground floor — something that doesn’t exist at this time.
Tucked away on Rome’s iconic Clocktower Hill, the Makervillage has generated an estimated $2.7 million in revenue after its first full year in existence.
Monday’s edition of Roman Record reveals details of at least nine real estate transfers valued in excess of $100,000. The biggest deal of the past week involved a residential property in the Stonebridge community. Check out Roman Record to see who paid more than $330,000 for a new home.
Rome Paper Co. owner Wilson Burgess said he’s not getting any younger, so he’s going to dispose of a half-dozen of his properties in the city via an Internet auction that will close on March 18.
NEW YORK (AP) — A key U.S. stock index is back at a record high as the energy sector recovers along with the price of oil.
Jarrod Wiegman, M.D., has joined the Floyd Family Medicine Residency program as a faculty member. He will see patients at Floyd Medical Center and the Family Medicine Residency Center and will train recently graduated physicians during their next stage of education.
NEW YORK (AP) — The price of oil is on a wild ride, and there is little agreement on where it's headed.