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  • Chief: Injured Officer Doesn't Remember Wreck

    Brandon Broome was injured in a wreck last Thursday.

  • Calhoun Man Charged With Rape

    25-year old Jacorey Norwood is also charged with kidnapping, terroristic threats and acts, and four counts of simple battery.

  • Coosa Valley Fair Just Days Away

    The 68th edition of the fair starts on October 4.

  • Coosa High Evacuated Tuesday

    Coosa High School was evacuated for around two hours Tuesday after the smell of gas was detected in the building.

  • Chief Commends Investigator Who Helped Officer

    Floyd County Police Chief Bill Shiflett wanted to recognize Scott Weaver, the lead investigator with the district attorney's office, for his actions to help an officer involved in a wreck last week.

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Georgia Highlands College is working with high schools and college and career academies to offer students more accessible college courses while they are still in high school.
According to a report by the College Board, Rome High School students scored a combined 1530 on the traditional Scholastic Aptitude Test while Floyd students scored a 1501.
The kayaks will assist in water rescues.
Brandon Broome was involved in a collision with an ambulance last week.
A man was arrested Wednesday on a charge of theft by receiving a motor vehicle.
A Rome man was arrested Thursday on a charge of fugitive from justice.
A Rome man was arrested Wednesday on a heap of charges.
Michael Maney, senior director of communications for Target, is the featured speaker on Saturday.
15-year old Savannah Lovell used her love of photography and her own personal experience to do the video about the stigma surrounding mental illness.
The Calhoun Walmart was evacuated on Wednesday afternoon after a threat called into the store.
One person was transported to Floyd Medical Center by ambulance Wednesday afternoon following a wreck at Martha Berry Boulevard and John Davenport Drive.
SAT scores for students in Floyd County Schools were once again well above the state and national average according to a report released this week by the College Board.
Officer Brandon Broome is recovering from injuries he sustained in a wreck last week.
The event will be help at the old mill in Lindale.
The Habitat for Humanity- Coosa Valley is well underway with the building of their second house in the area of John Davenport and Graham Street.
A Rome man was arrested on drug charges Tuesday.
Police make a couple of drug arrests, two men were charged with violating Georgia's Sex Offender Registry Law and a woman was charged with prostitution.