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  • Patchy Black Ice Possible Thursday Night

    We will be under a Winter Weather Advisory from 6am until 6pm on Thursday.

  • Woman Found Not Guilty Of Murder

    A jury has found Elaine Wilkins of Summerville not guilty on all counts in connections with the shooting death of Bob Packer in June of 2014.

  • Theme Park To Bring Jobs To Bartow County

    Bartow County continues to grow as a tourist hotspot with the introduction of Avatron Smart Park.

  • Religious Freedom Bill Being Considered

    Senate Bill 129, better known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, has made it out of the Georgia Senate Judiciary Committee.

  • School Board Opposes Transportation Bill

    The Floyd County Board of Education unanimously adopted a resolution to oppose the Transportation Funding Act of 2015 during their meeting on Tuesday.

  • Two Dead In Euharlee Shooting

    Authorities have released the names of those involved.

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Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says it is the lowest rate since July 2008.
Arrests include a man charged with making threats, another man accused of stealing electricity and a 20-year old charged with stealing a car.
We will be under a Winter Weather Advisory from 6am until 6pm on Thursday.
Bartow County continues to grow as a tourist hot spot with the introduction of Avatron Smart Park.
A jury has found Elaine Wilkins not guilty on all counts in connections with the shooting death of Bob Packer in June of 2014.
Calhoun Police were dispatched to the Old Navy Store on Belwood Road Tuesday in reference to a peeping Tom looking into the female fitting rooms.
Rome's Community Development Department approved the CDBG Action Plan for 2015 during Wednesday's meeting.
Hosea Mac Henderson Jr. allegedly kicked in door of woman's residence.
Publication is featured in the 2015 Jostens Look Book.
The Floyd County Board of Education unanimously adopted a resolution to oppose the Transportation Funding Act of 2015 during their meeting on Tuesday.
Felix Moreno-Garcia and Fabian Pineda-Garcia have been sentenced for possessing over four pounds of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute.
Senate Bill 129, better known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, has made it out of the Georgia Senate Judiciary Committee.