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PFC Victor Marsh promoted to sergeant with RPD

August 19, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

The Rome Police Department is pleased to announce the promotion of Police Officer First Class Victor Marsh to the rank of sergeant.

Qualifying starts today to run for open seats in Rome, Cave Spring

August 19, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Candidates start qualifying Monday to fill open seats in Rome and Cave Spring in the Nov. 5 general election.

Rome PD a core agency in new Georgia community trust initiative

August 19, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

The Rome Police Department is one of nine agencies forming the core of the Georgia Police-Community Trust Initiative.

Rome-Floyd Fire Department unveils new quints, dubbed 'Beast of the East" and "Best of the West"

August 14, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Two new quints for the Rome-Floyd Fire Department are now in service, after officials spent more than a year designing them and monitoring the manufacturing process.

Rome puts historic district changes on hold pending survey

August 14, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Owners of four parcels in the East Rome Historic District got sympathy — but no backing — for their bid to remove the tracts and the extra development regulations that go with the designation.

Toni Rhinehart named new finance director for city of Rome

August 13, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Rome City Manager Sammy Rich announced Monday morning that Toni Rhinehart has been selected as the new finance director for the City of Rome.

Rome backs speed cameras in school zones, will start with Rome High

August 13, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Cameras that snap pictures and send tickets to speeders in a school zone will likely be installed in front of Rome High School before the end of the year.

Rome Police Department offering free firearm safety kits

August 12, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Each kit includes a cable style lock on a metal lanyard that can be run through a firearm's magazine well and the slide. Once the lock in place, the firearm will not be able to seed a magazine or chamber a round.

Rome eyeing bans on panhandling, homeless camps, fireworks and ATVs

August 12, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

The Rome City Commission is taking aim at panhandling and homeless camps with two ordinances slated to be unveiled Monday night.

Rome officials to score consultant proposals for public transit makeover

August 9, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

A team of city staffers is set to meet Friday to review proposals from consulting firms offering to help save Rome's public bus service.

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