Saturday Jul 26
U.S. city awaits freed Sudanese woman
Mariam Yehya Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman sentenced to death in Sudan because of her faith, arrived in Rome on Thursday with her husband Daniel Wani, an American citizen who has lived in Manchester, the baby girl she gave birth to while in prison, and her toddler son.
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Book looks at slaves of ancient Rome
"Enemies at Home" by Lindsey Davis. In Ancient Rome, the number of slaves was far greater than that of free citizens.
Ohio man is guilty in fatal 5-vehicle, drunk-driving crash
A Rome, Ohio, man's blood-alcohol level was three times the legal limit when he slammed into the back of a stopped car Feb. 14, killing the driver, prosecutors said Wednesday.
'Julius Caesar': Shakespeare strips down
Portia, pregnant and restless in the early morning, wakes to hear her husband walking in the dark.
Sheriff's Office prepares for junior boot camp
While there are numerous summer programs held for children, the Sheriff's Office is holding the only one that trains Junior Deputies.