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Hometown Headlines reports that two burglaries have occurred within the last week at neighboring businesses at the Alto Plaza shopping center on Shorter Avenue (home of former West Rome IGA).
Area residents can safely dispose of old medications this Saturday at the Floyd County Jail.
The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life will take place tonight from 5 p.m. until midnight at Ridge Ferry Park.
Former Officer Earnest Cox has been sentenced following his arrest in March of last year concerning aiding and abetting a marijuana trafficking operation.
Heyman Hospice Care will host a memorial service for families who have lost loved ones that were patients there. The service will take place at St. Mary's.
A is facing multiple charges including hit and run, a man is charged with identity fraud, another man is facing meth charges and a woman is accused of sending nude pictures of another person.
First-time unemployment claims in Floyd County fell by 105 from February to March and by 46 over the year.
Charges have been filed in connection with a fatal wreck on April 6 that claimed the life of a 33-year old woman.
31-year old Joey Lee Floyd was arrested for 1st-degree homicide by vehicle early Thursday morning at Georgia 1 and Maple Street.
After serving in various leadership positions at Southern Company subsidiaries for 17 years Cassandra Wheeler has been named as GNTC's Newest Board of Directors Member.
For a second time, a car has been reported going in excess of 100 mph.
Two Calhoun residents have been arrested on multiple charges including trafficking methamphetamine.
Students from Berry have earned tops awards at the Georgia Communications Association Student Film Festival.
Two were arrested at the Krannert Softball Fields for drug possession, a man is accused of violating the sex offender registry law, and a traffic stop ends in drug charges for a local woman.
A Cave Spring man was arrested on aggravated assault charges after a domestic altercation on Buttermilk Road Monday evening.