Newscast: IRS crackdown on conservation easements. Dining updates. 1,000 more jobs here. Rant: Ga. Power building huge for downtown’s future.

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And here’s how Rome’s news day starts today:

  • IRS: ‘Significant increase in enforcement actions for syndicated conservation easement transactions’ begins; Rome considered a ‘hotbed’ for easements.
  • Dining: Sage Inn in Adairsville begins Sunday brunch service. O’Charley’s restaurant, land for sale; no change in operations.Updates on Sunday restaurant alcohol sales.
  • Rome City Schools closes deal to purchase 34 acres at Three Rivers Drive for base for new buses. Price: $1.15 million.
    Jobs: 1,000 more jobs in Rome/Floyd County in October vs. the same month last year.
    Weekend! presented by The Forum River Center. Iron Butterfly tonight. Christmas Open House, Candy Cane hunt, Forum on Ice returns. Exhibit: ‘Seeking Botany’s Designs.’
    Today’s Rant: Why that Georgia Power building is important to what’s next in downtown Rome.

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