A bit more on the Neaton Rome expansion in Rome and the impact of automotive building in Georgia

A bit more on the Neaton Rome expansion in Rome and the impact of automotive building in Georgia

Media release: The Georgia Department of Economic Development  announced today that Neaton Rome Inc., a leading automotive product manufacturer, will expand in Floyd County, creating 50 jobs and investing $8 million into the project. “Neaton’s success is Georgia’s success, and 50 more Georgians will now have good jobs to provide for themselves and their families,”Read more

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Couple indicted on murder charges in connection to Bartow child’s death

Couple indicted on murder charges in connection to Bartow child’s death

From WRGA: A Bartow County grand jury had indicted a mother and her boyfriend on a murder charge in connection with the death of a 1-year-old girl. Brandy Ann Boyd and Austin Levi Payne are facing charges of malice murder, felony murder, first degree cruelty to children, aggravated battery and battery. read more

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Third Annual Women’s Health Initiative is Oct. 4. Tea Party’s Concert of Prayer set for Oct. 7

Third Annual Women’s Health Initiative is Oct. 4. Tea Party’s Concert of Prayer set for Oct. 7

Oct. 4: The Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition, together with community partners, Floyd Medical Center, Harbin Clinic, Redmond Regional Medical Center, Healthy U of Georgia, and Floyd County Public Health announce the Third Annual Women’s Health Initiative.  The free health fair will take place on Oct. 4 from 8 a.m. until noon at the FloydRead more

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Watch traffic on Second Avenue this morning following accident by Owen’s

Watch traffic on Second Avenue this morning following accident by Owen’s

An accident at Second Avenue near Owen’s was being cleaned up this morning around 9:15. Southbound traffic on Second Avenue was flowing at a slow rate as Rome Police officers directed motorists by the accident scene. Traffic in both directions was slowed. Clean up is just about over. As a precaution, you might want toRead more

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Floyd County Jail reports, Sept. 17

Floyd County Jail reports, Sept. 17

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Bartow County Jail reports, Sept. 17

Bartow County Jail reports, Sept. 17

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Cartersville Police arrest reports, Sept. 17

Cartersville Police arrest reports, Sept. 17

Here are today’s arrest reports from the Cartersville Police Department. Just click each file to see the report: 4073 / 4074 / 4080 / 4082 / 4084 / 4085-a / 4085-b / 4086    

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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. Sept. 17, 2014 | WABE The Atlanta Braves Break Ground On SunTrust Park Read more. Sept. 17, 2014 | Georgia Trend – Exclusive Energy Shakeup Read more. Sept. 17, 2014 | Columbus Ledger-EnquirerRead more

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Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: $36 million mixed-use project gets green light; first hotel near LakePoint on the way

Today’s headlines courtesy of Heritage First Bank: $36 million mixed-use project gets green light; first hotel near LakePoint on the way

Ware Mechanical forecast:  Mid 80s today but the best news is overnight as we’ll see a morning low of 57. Headlines: Brewster’s $36 million Etowah Grove on the Bypass gets green light from regional planners; Deal to attend regional commission meeting Thursday. Etowah Sleep Inn/MainStay Suites looks like the first hotel due at LakePoint sportsRead more

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Sleep Inn/MainStay Suites looks like the first hotel due at LakePoint sports center in Emerson

Sleep Inn/MainStay Suites looks like the first hotel due at LakePoint sports center in Emerson

Bids are due Sept. 17 on plans for a three-story Sleep Inn/MainStay Suites at 150 Old Allatoona Road in Emerson. Choice Hotels International is behind the project that will be adjacent to the Love’s truck stop at the intersection that connections directly to LakePoint Sporting Community and Town Center. read more

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Brewster’s $36 million Etowah Grove on the Bypass gets green light from regional planners; Deal to attend regional commission meeting Thursday

Brewster’s $36 million Etowah Grove on the Bypass gets green light from regional planners; Deal to attend regional commission meeting Thursday

  Last week, the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission deemed Mark Brewster’s planned Etowah Grove office-and-residential mixed use project off the Bypass near U.S. 411 as “in the best interest of the region and, therefore, of the state.” Better put: It’s got a green light to proceed with the next phase of zoning and permitting. read more

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Business: Honors for Berry, Davis of Brinson Askew. Updates on Hobby Lobby, Neaton Rome, Rome Cleaners

Business: Honors for Berry, Davis of Brinson Askew. Updates on Hobby Lobby, Neaton Rome, Rome Cleaners

  Media release: Robert Berry and J. Anderson Davis, partners at Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis, have been chosen for inclusion in two categories in The Best Lawyers in America 2015 publication. Berry was selected for First Amendment Law and Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants. Davis was honored for the practice areas of CommercialRead more

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Ware Mechanical forecast: Look for 57 degrees overnight as a ‘cool’ trend begins

Ware Mechanical forecast: Look for 57 degrees overnight as a ‘cool’ trend begins

Today’s forecast: Mid 80s today but the best news is overnight as we’ll see a morning low of 57. Expanded weather reports: Rome data / Cartersville data Weather bar: Weather / Radar / Forecast Your forecast: Hazardous Weather Outlook Today: Sunny, with a high near 84. Calm wind becoming northwest around 5 mph in the afternoon. read more

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Season’s final Berry College Student Enterprises’ farmers market this Saturday; two others set for today

Season’s final Berry College Student Enterprises’ farmers market this Saturday; two others set for today

The final  Berry Farmer’s Market, a Berry College Student Enterprises project, is set for Saturday on campus. Open from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m., the market will be set up near the Cage and Krannert centers. Vendors on hand include: The Berry Farms Angus Beef- special 30% off sale on roasts, brisket, short ribs. LimitedRead more

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Chattahoochee Tech healthcare management program blends medical, supervisory skills for graduates

Chattahoochee Tech healthcare management program blends medical, supervisory skills for graduates

Media release:  Chattahoochee Technical College’s newly introduced Healthcare Management program is a hybrid between the college’s health science programs and its business studies. For the 23 students currently enrolled this semester, it is a combination of coursework that will allow them to focus just as much on accounting as anatomy. read more

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