The plywood facade in front of the Harvest Moon bar and special events building at 236 Broad St. has been removed. The building is used for a bar and special events facility as well as for overflow seating during peak periods at Harvest Moon next door.
The LakePoint Sporting Community in Bartow County will partner with the Macon-based Atlantic Sun Conference to have a shot at hosting conference championships in lacrosse, baseball and sand volleyball.
Marietta-based Times-Journal Inc. has offered to purchase the Rome News-Tribune and News Publishing Co.’s weekly products if the proposal is approved by a bankruptcy judge.
The Bekaert Corp. is increasing its reinvestment to $29 million from $25 million at its Rome plant, 301 Darlington Drive.
Monday’s edition of the Roman Record will feature an update on local sales tax revenues.
Walmart, the nation’s leading retailer, expanded into groceries when it developed the superstore concept years ago. Now, Walmart is expanding in Rome with its Care Clinic — a primary healthcare clinic that is part of a nationwide pilot program.
Coupons in today’s Rome News-Tribune are valued at $54 and the total so far this year is $9,738.
Rome-based Scott Logistics Corp., is experiencing a major growth spurt and plans to add another 75 jobs, at least 50 of the positions in Rome and 25 in offices across the country.
The Miller & Richard Funeral Home Heritage Chapel building, 1148 North Broad Street, will be sold using an Internet auction conducted by Dempsey Auction Company of Rome.
Floyd County added 400 jobs over the past year according to Georgia Department of Labor reports released this morning. From the period of time from September 2013 to September 2014 Floyd County's job force increased to 39,100 from 38,700 jobs.
The drop in fuel prices across Northwest Georgia in the last couple of weeks has offered a welcome break for motorists.
Foundation visible for new Taco Bell.
Jimmy Collins, former president and chief executive officer of Chick-fil-A will speak at Shorter University on Thursday, Oct. 16 at 9:30 a.m. and again at 12:30 p.m. The event, hosted by adjunct instructor Rick Johnson’s Character Education class, will be held at the Robert H. Ledbetter College of Business. It is free and open to the public.
The new home for a Sprint celllular service dealership is nearing completion on Turner McCall Blvd. near the Fifth Avenue intersection.
Abral's Classy and Sassy, 231 Broad Street, a building owned by David Clonts, opened in its new downtown location Tuesday. The shop, owned by Abral Wilson sells prom and formal dresses. It was previously located at 400 Shorter Avenue in west Rome.
Lee Bagley and Dixie Bagley, owners of The Sweet Bar, answer questions for today’s Small Business Snapshot.
MACON, Ga. – Floyd County Farm Bureau was recently recognized during the Georgia Farm Bureau 1st member programs. Leigh Rush is the FCFB president. FCFB member Iris Peeler received the GFB 1st Agriculture Award, which recognizes young farmers who earn the majority of their income from something other than production agriculture.
The full Rome City Commission will have a chance tonight to weigh in on a request from a local firm to extend its option to buy a city-owned parcel on West Third Street.
Real estate transactions reported in Monday’s Roman Records include details about a deal involving one of the oldest stores in Rome, Fosters Mill Store, which has been sold by Ken and Jody Jones.