Staff - Rome News-Tribune

Rome News-Tribune

305 East Sixth Avenue

P.O. Box 1633

Rome, GA 30161

Circulation Department - Phone: 706-290-5200

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Dave GossettCirculation ManagerDGossett@MDJonline.com

Editorial Department

To share a news tip, submit a Community Calendar listing or make a general inquiry about the news, please email the newsroom at romenewstribune@rn-t.com. Or call 706-290-5252.

Phone: 706-290-5252

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Doug CrowVice President of Operations DCrow@rn-t.com
John BaileyEditorJBailey@rn-t.com
Michael BaronSports Editormbaron@rn-t.com
Severo AvilaFeatures EditorSAvila@rn-t.com
Doug WalkerBusiness EditorDWalker@rn-t.com
Diane WagnerEditorial Page EditorDWagner@rn-t.com

 

Advertising Department

Phone: 706-290-5220

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Tara GuestSales Manageradvertising@rn-t.com
Stephanie JusticeAdvertising RepresentativeSJustice@rn-t.com
Mary EdwardsSales RepresentativeMEdwards@rn-t.com
Jennifer CulbersonSales RepresentativeJCulberson@rn-t.com
Tona DeatonAdvertisingTDeaton@rn-t.com

 

Classified Advertising Department

Phone: 706-290-5300

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Jennifer FutchRecruitment Ad SpecialistJFutch@rn-t.com
Tiffany MorganCirculation Call Center SupervisorTMorgan@rn-t.com

Business Office

Phone: 706-290-5243

PrePress Department

Phone: 706-290-5317

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Rob BroadwayPressroom ManagerRBroadway@rn-t.com
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Georgia’s Stacey Abrams said Thursday she supports West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin’s proposals for a compromise on voting reform, giving the plan some momentum as Democrats seek to unite against Republican efforts to impose restrictive new ballot rules across the country. Abrams, a former candidate for Georgia governor and leading voting rights advocate, praised the moderate Democratic ...

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Rome, voted against a bill awarding a gold medal to police officers who defended the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 because she disagrees “with the language in the measure,” according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Jun. 17—If another 207 of the 7,086 people who voted in Tuesday's special election had cast a ballot for Devan Seabaugh, the Metro Atlanta Ambulance executive would have punched his ticket to the Gold Dome as House District 34's next state representative. But in lieu of an outright victory in the special election to replace Bert Reeves, Seabaugh will now square off against Democrat Priscilla ...

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