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Peter Askin Oct 14
Adorable tortie kitten "Ebony 1" ID# 192609 in at Public Animal Welfare needs $125 in pledges for rescue interest! Please pledge & share! URGENT!
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Peter Askin 21h
Tortie baby "Amelie" ID# 192788 in at Public Animal Welfare must have pledges for rescue (none yet) $125 needed! This kitten is precious! Pledge/share/save! URGENT!
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Rome News Tribune 2h
It’s tough enough for pedestrians in general to safely navigate Rome’s intersections and other crosswalks when drivers are distracted or don’t know the laws.
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Rome News Tribune 4h
City voters will be able to cast ballots next weekend at the Rome Civic Center, the Floyd County Election Board announced Tuesday.
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Mark Cochran 19h
This Friday at River Dog Outpost! Hope to see you there!
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Rome News Tribune Oct 12
LOCAL COLUMN: "I would go behind the levee when it was a quiet morning and walk around. I headed for the levee. I pulled through the waterway behind the levee and I got the surprise of my life."
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Rome News Tribune Oct 15
As of Monday afternoon 27 voters had cast their ballots at the Floyd County Health Department during the first day of early voting period for the Nov. 5 Rome City Commission election.
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Rome News Tribune Oct 14
To celebrate it’s 16th incarnation, RIFF will roll out the red carpet for America’s biggest stars — its veterans.
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Rome News Tribune 19h
Where can you get spicy food, drink good beer and watch the Bulldogs take on the Gators all while supporting the arts? This year’s Rome Beer Fest held at Heritage Park on Nov. 2, that’s where.
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Mark Cochran Oct 14
Rome, GA has the potential to Be Better with Better Infrastructure. Do you agree? Vote on Nov. 5th!
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Rome News Tribune Oct 15
Pumpkins have arrived at Trinity United Methodist Church, marking the official start of Halloween season in Rome.
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Rome News Tribune Oct 10
Harvest Moon Cafe’s second annual Oktoberfest celebration takes place Saturday at The Vogue on Broad Street immediately following Fiddlin’ Fest.
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Rome News Tribune Oct 13
EDITORIAL: "There’s a cost associated with anything, but does it equal making sure citizens of Rome are able to participate in the election process? It’s worth it, without question."
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Rome News Tribune Oct 10
After listening to both Rome police and a representative from RedSpeed USA, Rome City Schools decided to hold off on voting to approve the installation of speed cameras in front of Rome High School until they can discuss it further.
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Rome News Tribune Oct 9
A student poster art contest is expected to kick off the Litter and Blight Task Force’s outreach phase, but members learned in their first two meetings it’s going to take much more than that.
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Rome News Tribune Oct 9
Rome’s focus to develop new affordable housing in South Rome may spread beyond that community sooner rather than later.
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Rome News Tribune Oct 8
LOCAL OPINION: "...each election year, few stand for election and fewer still changes occur in the makeup of our City Commission."
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Matt Henderson Oct 9
My favorite way to get coffee // Swift & Finch's unique mobile van back on the road again!
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Richie Heyward Oct 14
Why say you set a scene in Rome, GA and film it in PA? We want you here. Just come to . Make it real.
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Robby Hopkins Oct 8
Playing some tunes with these boys tonight!
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