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The new Gary Rome Hyundai dealership will provide 50 new full-time jobs, 20 part-time jobs, thousands of dollars annually in property tax revenue and an increase in employee payroll to more than $7 million from the current $4.
To provide residents and businesses with a safe, reliable and sustainable water supply, Rome needed to address issues facing West, North and South Rome communities and companies.
The most visible aspect of the struggle over the idea of Rome came with fascism's decision to remake the capital by highlighting the city's imperial past at the expense of medieval and liberal Rome.
Make a visit to the Colosseum in the ancient city of Rome | Make a visit to the Colosseum in the ancient city of Rome BANISH boredom this half term with an action packed family holiday to Camping Fabulous, Rome, with camping specialist, Canvas Holidays.
Pre-orders are now being accepted for "Total War: Rome 2," and they come with multiple bonuses.
Under the terms of the transaction, 70 percent of the outstanding Rome shares will be exchanged for Berkshire shares at a fixed exchange ratio of 0.
James "Cricket" Colter, a founding member of RHPM, describes Harris' fraught working process during the making of Rome & Jewels.
In ancient Rome, a circus was a large circular arena used for races and other sporting contests.
the Vandals had wrested Carthage from imperial rule and Rome was forced to agree to a treaty formalizing the Vandal seizure of important North African territories.
Fifty years after his conversion to Rome, Maurice Baring wrote that it was the single decision about which he had experienced never a moment's regret.
If a large earthquake struck Rome, ground motions could rock the city for up to a minute, a new simulation suggests.
MTNA member Charles Norman Mason, of Alabama, has been awarded the Rome Prize in Musical Composition.