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Armuchee High School has been recognized as a 2017 Greatest Gains Platinum Award Winner. Last year, AHS was recognized as a 2016 Greatest Gains Bronze Award Winner.
First-time claims for unemployment insurance were down in Floyd County last month.
Lt. Governor Cagle named Floyd County Schools as the 2017 College and Career Academy of the Year.
Three people were killed in a single-vehicle crash on I-75 in Cherokee County Tuesday morning.
Detectives from the Floyd County Police Department and Polk County Police Department recently took part in an online undercover investigation targeting child predators.
Motorists may see higher gas prices this week after oil and wholesale gasoline prices made solid gains last week.
A statewide burglary task force has obtained more than 300 arrest warrants for commercial burglaries that have occurred across Georgia since 2015.
However, the rate at which prices are declining is beginning to slow, and pump prices should soon level out.
The Georgia Supreme Court has upheld a Floyd County judge's ruling denying the request of the makers of a podcast series to copy a court reporterís audio recordings made during a murder trial.
Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, along with State Senator Chuck Hufstetler, will hold a meeting of Georgiaís Health Care Reform Task Force at Berry College Monday morning.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said today that metro Rome's economy posted a strong September even while the region lost jobs for the month.
Expect another 5-10 cent drop this week.
Chrissy Medeiros from Floyd County E-911 is one of the Georgia Telecommunications Emergency Response Task Force members helping out in Collier County, Florida following Hurricane Irma.
Southeastern states see the highest increase following Harvey and Irma.
Nearly 1 million customers reconnected ahead of schedule; company concluding work in severely damaged areas.