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Georgia Power has released information stating that they have restored power to 99% of customers affected by Hurrican Michael.
The Georgia DOT has just awarded a contract to Talley Construction Company, Inc. of Rossville, Georgia, valued at over two million dollars for a construction project to replace the bridge.
The Paulding County Coroner has identified the pilot as Paul Deep of Middleburg, Florida, who died when his plane went down Saturday near the Bartow County Line.
Gas prices declined over the weekend and that trend should continue this week.
A plane flying from Gainesville Regional Airport in Florida to the Tom B. David Field in Calhoun crashed Saturday near the Paulding-Bartow County Line, killing the pilot.
63-year old Timothy Clyde Flippen has been located and is safe. Detectives are continuing their investigation of this matter, and more details will be released later.
Weyland Billingsley of Bartow County and Julie Maloney of Cherokee County have been tapped to aid in administering Red Cross disaster services to those affected by the storm.
After being stopped for not wearing a helmet while driving a moped a Calhoun man received multiple charges after letting gas spill out.
Preliminary forecasts call for impact in the Florida Panhandle, then a diagonal path of tropical wind and rain through Georgia, from Bainbridge to Augusta.
Tropical Storm Michael has now been upgraded to a Category One Hurricane and is headed for the Florida panhandle and southern Alabama.
Sunday's state average of $2.78 per gallon is 5 cents more than a month ago, and 25 cents more than this time last year.
Home fires kill seven people every day. The Red Cross urges Everyone to Practice home fire drills, install smoke alarms.
The American Red Cross is asking for blood donations in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
A Calhoun man has been arrested on multiple counts of child molestation, aggravated child molestation, aggravated sexual battery, and enticing minors.
A shooting on Peters Street leaves a man in the hospital and a woman in jail.