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A 2.5 increase includes Georgia Highlands College.
Over 62 thousand dollars was also raised to support GHC students during the annual Highlands Gala.
Veterans Family Fun Day is this Saturday at the Floyd Campus of Georgia Highlands College. The free event is from 10 am until 2 p.m. in the pavilion.
The Easter egg hunt is sponsored by the Greater Christ Temple Rapture Preparation Cathedral and begins at 1 p.m. at the Coosa Valley Fairgrounds.
A 36-year old man, who allegedly ran from the scene of an accident last month, has been jailed in connection stolen items located in his deserted vehicle.
Larry Owen informed the Airport Commission of the decision during their Tuesday meeting.
Revenues came in at just over 102-thousand dollars while expenses were close to 99-thousand. That gave the airport a profit of 3-thousand 72 dollars for the month.
As we reported earlier, the eagle was gone for a couple of days and her absence was causing some concern that something may have happened to her.
The okay has been given by both development authorities to accept a proposed relocation of the entrance to the 100 acre industrial development site on the west side of Highway 53 at Highway 140.
A fire that seriously injured the resident of 1102 Morris Road in southern Floyd County Sunday is not believed to have been intentionally set.
About 1,700 in electronics are reported stolen.
The proposed refit of the former Lee Furniture building and the expansion of the Harvest Moon Cafe will go before the Rome Historic Planning Commission Wednesday.
Rome City Commissioners took time during their Monday night meeting to remember Rev. Nim Russell, who died in a tragic automobile accident last month.
Bennett says the state of the city is good and is stable.