After years of fund raising and efforts to preserve a piece of the past, Fairview School, a school building and small campus that once was the only place to educate African American children in the area, has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places.Joyce Perdue-Smith, CEO of the Fairview-E.S.
A Rome man who allegedly threatened to wreck a vehicle was arrested late Friday night on a felony count of making terroristic threats.According to Floyd County Jail reports: Jauan Rashaun Porter, 21, of 453 Mountain View Drive, was arrested around 11:15 p.m. near the intersection of the Kingston Highway and Morrison Campground Road.Porter supposedly threatened to wreck the vehicle he was driving in order to kill himself and the woman who was in the vehicle with him.
A Rome woman has been arrested following an investigation into an assault that occurred Thursday night June 22 on Redmond Circle.According to Floyd County Jail reports: Margarita Lopez-Fuentes, 39, of 3 Watson Way, walked up to a man at 1389 Redmond Circle around 7:15 Thursday night and used a cutting tool to slash the man across the side of his face three times.The felony aggravated battery warrant for Lopez-Fuentes arrest said the victim suffered disfiguring injuries to the area of his...
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Selecting a term
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