Heritage First Headlines: Proposed mixed-use development for West Third. Sykes closing Rome office. RaceTrac to open June 5. Today: Big Float, Shakespeare Festival. More rain possible.
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Business: Wayne Robinson submits plans for mixed-use development on West Third near Courtyard. Business
Business: Sykes closing Rome office by July 31 but employees will be offered a chance to work at home. Business
Business: RaceTrac opening set for June 5 as business boom continues near the mall. RaceTrac
Cedartown Police arrest Rome man with connection to armed robbery of Cedartown hotel. Robbery
Weekend: Get ‘Totally tubular’ with today’s record-breaking Big Float — or maybe take in a few barbs from the Bard. Plus: Hang out at the ‘Hangar.’ Weekend
Buzz: Rome-Floyd Comprehensive Plan presentation on June 5. Parts of Riverview Park to close next week. Local events for National Pollinators Week. Scrap tire recycling June 23. NAACP Freedom Banquet June 30. Buzz
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Partly sunny, high near 90 today. More rain possible late tonight into Sunday. Forecast
Obituaries: Jeffrey Lee Cavaness and Retired U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. James Oscar “Jim” Toole. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports for Floyd, Bartow, Polk counties sponsored by Living Proof Recovery. Crimewatch
Hardy Realty’s open house gallery for Sunday: Your first look at three homes in Rome/Floyd County, ranging in price from $154,900 to $199,900. Open Houses
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report: Sports
Rome Braves top Columbia 7-1 with help from Atlanta Braves’ Mike Soroka.
Berry College’s Jordan Leitch has been selected to compete in Brazil this summer as a member of the USA DIII Women’s Volleyball team.
June 16: F&P annual charity 5K benefitting Harbor House.
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