More than 8,000 due for Berry’s Mountain Day celebration this weekend

More than 8,000 due for Berry’s Mountain Day celebration this weekend

Hometown connection: Chris Kozelle of Berry College will join us at 8:40 a.m. Thursday on Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FM and 1470 AM to discuss the story behind Mountain Day. Media release: Berry College celebrates the 100-year anniversary of Mountain Day this weekend with more than 8,000 alumni and friends are expectedRead more

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Updated: Bojangles coming to Summerville by early January as Rome partnership expands again

Updated: Bojangles coming to Summerville by early January as Rome partnership expands again

Fast things are happening with fast food in Summerville. Just weeks after Taco Bell moved from U.S. 27 North to a new location just a few doors up (background), plans have been announced for a building renovation of the old site that will end with Chattooga County’s first Bojangles Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits. read more

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Today’s business updates from Georgia Trend

Today’s business updates from Georgia Trend

The latest from GEORGIA TREND: Click here for more: Below are today’s top business and political stories from sources around the state of Georgia. Oct. 1, 2014 | GPB Georgia Campuses Go Smoke Free October 1 Read more. Oct. 1, 2014 | Georgia Trend – Exclusive! 40 Under 40 Read more. Oct. 1, 2014 | Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionRead more

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Floyd County Jail reports for Oct. 1. Also: Cedar Bluff man charged with kidnapping, battery

Floyd County Jail reports for Oct. 1. Also: Cedar Bluff man charged with kidnapping, battery

  4 a.m.  8 a.m. No new reports as of 8 a.m. 8 p.m. Media release: Floyd County Police responded to a report of a male being kidnapped from the residence at 74 Preacher Smith Road. The male was forced into a vehicle at the residence after an altercation with another male. The victim wasRead more

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Bartow County Jail reports, Oct. 1

Bartow County Jail reports, Oct. 1

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Cartersville Police arrest reports, Oct. 1

Cartersville Police arrest reports, Oct. 1

Here are today’s arrest reports from the Cartersville Police Department. Just click each file to see the report: 4334-a / 4334-b / 4334-c / 4339 / 4340    

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Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Rome team bringing Bojangles to Summerville. Fair updates. Pink month. Summer’s brief return

Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: Rome team bringing Bojangles to Summerville. Fair updates. Pink month. Summer’s brief return

Ware Mechanical forecast:  -Almost summer-like today with a high of 88, clear skies. More of the same on Thursday with rain possible late Thursday and Friday. Headlines: Bojangles coming to Summerville by early January as Rome partnership expands again. Restaurants Today’s Coosa Valley Fair: School’s out special (free admission until 3 p.m.) Plus: Latest winners,Read more

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Pink month begins as community takes part in Breast Cancer Awareness events

Pink month begins as community takes part in Breast Cancer Awareness events

You’re seeing a lot more pink today. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is October and we’ve already seen a wash of pink throughout the community. Last Saturday, for example, The Breast Center at Floyd was at Chick-fil-A Dwarf House on Shorter Avenue passing out breast cancer awareness information and the 2014 Paper Doll magnets. And that wasRead more

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Thursday job fair in Cartersville to feature more than 50 employers; open to all

Thursday job fair in Cartersville to feature more than 50 employers; open to all

Media release: More than 50 employers have signed up to participate in the Georgia Department of Labor’s career expo set for Thursday from 1-4 p.m. at the Clarence Brown Conference Center at 5450 Ga. 20, Cartersville. Applicants should bring copies of their resume, and be prepared to fill out company applications and interview for available jobs. AttendeesRead more

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Today’s Coosa Valley Fair: School’s out special (free admission until 3 p.m.) Plus: Latest winners, schedule, fair links

Today’s Coosa Valley Fair: School’s out special (free admission until 3 p.m.) Plus: Latest winners, schedule, fair links

Day one is in the books as the 2014 Coosa Valley Fair continues through Saturday night. Below please find today’s schedule; the list of/links to the latest winners; the weather forecast; and links to ways to track the fair online or on your phone: read more

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Ware Mechanical forecast: Quick return to summer today, Thursday; rain Friday; cooler weekend

Ware Mechanical forecast: Quick return to summer today, Thursday; rain Friday; cooler weekend

  Today’s forecast: Almost summer-like today with a high of 88, clear skies. More of the same on Thursday with rain possible late Thursday and Friday. Expanded weather reports: Rome data / Cartersville data Weather bar: Weather / Radar / Forecast read more

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Darlington strings director to perform with Yo Yo Ma in Chattanooga Thursday. ‘Men Who Cook’ cooking again Oct. 12. Tax reform hearing here Oct. 7

Darlington strings director to perform with Yo Yo Ma in Chattanooga Thursday. ‘Men Who Cook’ cooking again Oct. 12. Tax reform hearing here Oct. 7

Darlington strings director Annie Camp will be performing with Yo Yo Ma on Thursday during his performance with the Chattanooga Symphony. Camp, a member of the Darlington faculty since 2006, has an impressive background of her own. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s in music from The Juilliard School in New York where she wasRead more

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Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports: Weekly soccer update. Georgia High School Football Daily: Calhoun to lose state AAA title to Washington County.

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports: Weekly soccer update. Georgia High School Football Daily: Calhoun to lose state AAA title to Washington County.

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report Youth sports ‘Tough weekend’ for YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams. Soccer read more

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Public Health restaurant inspection reports for Northwest Georgia

Public Health restaurant inspection reports for Northwest Georgia

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Items appearing blue type indicate a superior score of 95 or better. Restaurants appearing in red type indicate a failing score of 69 or lower. Floyd County ICHIBAN JAPANESE STEAK & SUSHI  481 TURNER MCCALL BLVD ROME, GA 30161 View inspections: September 30, 2014 Score: 96, Grade: A read more

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‘Tough weekend’ for YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams

‘Tough weekend’ for YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams

Media release: The YMCA’s Arsenal Rome Soccer Club’s Select teams had another tough weekend with 2 wins, 6 losses, and a tie; bringing the season record to 14-18-4. The G14-C travelled to Savannah and lost to United 5-0. Lexi Jackson played well in goal as well as Marianne Delgado on defense and Baily Brewer inRead more

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