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Cedartown Police Chief Jamie Newsome confirmed to WGAA News that a 17-year-old female student at Cedartown High School was killed in a fatal wreck on Collard Valley Road.
Members of the Recreation Task Force are on the road today, learning more about recreation agreements in other communities.
A 57-year old Rome man was jailed Monday on a felony charge of terroristic threats and acts while a 39-year old Rome man was arrested on five counts of possession of Hyrdrocodone.
A Rome man was jailed late Sunday on multiple charges following an incident at North Ridge Court.
Harbin Clinic has announced the addition of six new physicians across four different practice groups in Rome and Cartersville.
More 29 million people took a road trip during the Labor Day holiday, according to Triple A.
Cave Spring is hoping to establish a link to the popular trail.
Trooper says cyclist was crossing Hardin Road at the Silver Comet Trail when he was struck by a car.
Two big events led to big spending in Rome.
Applications are being accepted now for the Rome Christmas Parade.
Polk County Police Chief Kenny Dodd says that one person was killed and another injured in a skydiving accident Saturday.
Construction of the new Coosa High School is proceeding on schedule, and area residents can watch the progress as it happens without leaving their home.
Two wrecks within an hour of each other on Shorter Avenue sent a total of seven people to the hospital Friday night.
Busy night for local police.