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Investigators are seeking public assistance in finding a man who has been burglarizing homes and churches all across Rome and Floyd County since November. Several vehicle thefts and cases of entering auto are also being attributed to the suspect.

This year, the Rome-Floyd Fire Department will be hosting the annual Georgia Fire Service conference, a joint conference for members of the Georgia State Firefighters Association and the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs.

ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp Tuesday unveiled the specifics of a crackdown on human trafficking he proposed in more broad terms in last week’s State of the State address to the General Assembly.

A Rome man has been charged with murder and two counts of felony cruelty to children for allegedly causing the death of a 3-year-old at the Ashland Park Apartments last year.

The Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Division announced Tuesday it has detected a scam website for buying hunting and fishing licenses that appears to be active in both North Georgia and on the coast.

The Coosa Valley Chapter of Habitat for Humanity knows there are people in Floyd, Polk and Chattooga counties who need housing.

ATLANTA — Two popular state tax-credit programs that raise money for rural hospitals and private-school scholarships are having more trouble attracting donors than when they were first launched, a problem supporters blame on federal tax laws.

Fifth grade students at Alto Park Elementary got to see their World War II education come to life on Friday when they got a visit from three members of the American Rosie the Riveter Association.