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The rate rose as the number of jobs decreased and the number of new layoffs, as measured by unemployment insurance claims, increased.
The current average price of $2.39 is the lowest in Georgia since April 24; 4 cents lower than a week ago, 20 cents less than a month ago, and 94 cents cheaper than a year ago. Gas prices have fallen
Sad news to report today as a former Floyd County law enforcement officer Barry Sutton was killed in Afghanistan on Saturday.
You hear a lot in the news about the fighting and gridlock in Washington D.C. However, Congressman Tom Graves also wants the public to know some things have been accomplished.
The Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) deals with an act in Georiga regarding unfair trade and business practices.
The number of jobs in Rome increased by 500 from July of last year to July of this year-from thirty nine thousand and two hundred to thirty nine thousand and seven hundred.
The veil of secrecy about a multi-million dollar tax refund due to an unnamed local business was not lifted for Rome and Floyd County officials during the State House Ways and Means hearing Tuesday.
Members of the House Ways and Means Committee seemed frustrated about the answers given by Georgia Department of Revenue officials during a hearing Tuesday.
Meeting of the House Ways and Means Committee begins at 1:30 p.m.
Prices could be near $2 a gallon later this year.
Jimmy Carter, who is 90, has issued a statement saying that he has cancer.
Federal, state and local leaders are all expected to be on hand for the 11th Annual Floyd County GOP Rally at the Tillman Hangar this weekend.
Woman also let man with active warrants care for children.
Individual Income Tax collections for July totaled approximately $838.5 million, up from $769.5 million in July 2014, for an increase of $69 million, or 9 percent.
Prices can drop another 15 cents in August