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Here are today’s arrest reports from the Cartersville Police Department. Just click each file to see the report: 4713
Downtown Rome’s Apocalyptic Block Party: A MONSTER of a night tonight. How huge? 2 bands on 2 stages, Satin Finish Band and Curiosity Shoppe How big? 3 blocks of Broad Street, from Second to Fifth avenues.. How awesome? Totally FREE from 7 until 10 p.m. Even the Harbin Clinic Kids Zone and the Coosa ValleyRead more
Ware Mechanical forecast: Another beautiful weekend ahead. Today: Sunny with high near 77, low near 50. Headlines: Greater Rome Board of Realtors going virtual when office closes in December; all local activities will remain — and some could expand. Board New obituary remembers the life of Alex Crumbley. Alex Weekend to-do list: Zap the zombies,Read more
By year’s end, the physical office of the Greater Rome Board of Realtors will be gone. Economic conditions, the pending retirement of 27-year veteran Joanne Edmonds and advances made with technology, the board decided “the timing was right” to make the move, says Jane Slickman of Garden Lakes Realty, who is wrapping up her termRead more
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report Media release: Mitchell Blanchard of Berry College has been named to the D3football.com Team of the Week. A punter, the sophomore had an exceptional game in BC’s 46-24 win over Hendrix. Blanchard punted five times for an average of 46.2 yards per kick, landing three of them inside the 20-yard line in the win. ClickRead more
Today’s forecast: Another beautiful weekend ahead. Today: Sunny, high near 77, low of 50. Expanded weather reports: Rome data / Cartersville data Weather bar: Weather / Radar / Forecast Your forecast: Today: Sunny, with a high near 77. Calm wind becoming northwest around 5 mph in the afternoon. read more
All Georgia county elections offices are open today to give voters an extra chance to make a decision on the 2014 general election. Also, Floyd County’s elections office will be open Sunday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Early voting ends next Friday evening. read more
By Keith Mickler, county coordinator What a sight to behold, you step out one morning to find your lawn looking like a lunar surface. Dang, what the heck has happened? Well, I am going to tell you what happened. Nope, actually Les Harrison, County Extension Director found in Wakulla County, Florida is going shareRead more
Halloween Headlines: You’ll find a preview to all of the haunted events this weekend. Click Haunted Saturday-Sunday: The 12th Annual Southeastern Cowboy Festival & Symposium returns to the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville. The event will feature gunfight re-enactments, Native American dances, a workshop and lecture by featured artist Krystii Melaine, concert by featuredRead more
The Rome High School Key Club recently raised $150 for Cancer Navigators during a fundraiser at Barnes & Noble. These funds are presented in honor of Mrs. Brenda Henderson, the sister of Mrs. Felton (Assistant Principal, RHS) and Ms. Burse (School Counselor, RHS). Mrs. Henderson is battling breast cancer. read more
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 No reports Bartow County No reports Gordon County BASE OF OPERATION FOR COUNTRY CABIN SWEETS-N-TREATS 1514 REEVES STATION RD CALHOUN, GA 30701 View inspections: OctoberRead more
PRE-GAME John McClellan’s predictions. Click McClellan. FRIDAY NIGHT SCORES Class AA Number 8 Darlington (7-1, 4-0) 40, Armuchee 6 (1-8, 0-5) Pepperell falls to Callaway, 41-7. Model 23, Chattooga 0. Dade County falls to Coosa, 21-6. Sequoyah beats Rome, 38-21. John Hancock Academy (0-7, 0-3) at Unity Christian (3-3, 1-1) read more
Alexander Brayden ‘Alex’ Crumbley Oct. 31, 1997-Oct. 22, 2014 Alexander Brayden “Alex” Crumbley, age 16, of Kingston, passed away Wednesday, October 22, 2014, from injuries received in an automobile accident. Alex was born in Floyd County on October 31, 1997, son of the former Julie Marie Swanson and Christopher Charles Crumbley. He was aRead more
Media release: Equipped with their Science Night Passports, more than 35 Pepperell Elementary School students and their family members recently took a trip around the world of science through interactive stations developed by Shorter University teacher candidates. During the Family Science Night activities, students and their parents participated in hands-on exercises that explained scientific conceptsRead more